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