Super Soul Sunday:

The Words That Changed Sue Monk Kidd's Life

As a girl growing up in America in the '50s, Sue Monk Kidd absorbed what she calls a "pre-feminist America," in which many goals were still out of reach for women. However, Sue had a supportive father who helped bolster her ambition in ways that eventually led to best-selling novels like The Secret Life of Bees and The Invention of Wings. Watch as Sue shares the words that altered her course in life.

Watch the full Oprah's Book Club 2.0 Q&A with Sue Monk Kidd

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