Can You Guess Who I Grew Up to Be? (This quiz is from a Cracker Jack prize.)
"I was the second of eight children born into a strict Quaker family. My father was a stern man who taught us self-discipline and to believe in our own self-worth. I was an intelligent child, learning to read and write by the time I was three. As a Quaker, I was taught that all people were equal, regardless of gender or race, a belief not shared by most people at the time. In fact, because I was a woman, I never had the legal right to vote in my lifetime."
I'll send a copy of my e-book "101 Tips to Improve Your Public Speaking" to the first three people who guess correctly.
P.S. I guessed it on my first try. :-)