Today Show: Author’s daughter carries on dad’s legacy

Jeffrey Zaslow was an author and columnist who often wrote about the love he had for his three daughters. Tragically, he was killed in a car accident earlier this year. His daughter Jordan talks about the paperback release of his book, “The Magic Room,” and the legacy he left behind.

1 Response to “Today Show: Author’s daughter carries on dad’s legacy”

  • Mona (Ramona) Ruter

    Hi, Jordan…today I was searching and found this latest Today Show segment that you appeared on a couple months ago. I just finished reading the Magic Room (had lots of time while recovering from the flu here in Minnesota) and wanted to thank you for appearing on TV and talking about your dad and your family. I am a romantic, have always been, and I want to visit Beckers sometime, although all three of my children are married and I was with my two daughters when they decided on their wedding gowns. It’s just thing I have, but I want to visit Beckers just to see the inside of the building for myself. Possibly a girls weekend with a couple of friends would be fun!

    I have all your father’s books and am starting to read the advice one which just came in the mail yesterday. I can’t tell you how much I enjoy his writing and sharing in each book. I feel like I know him! What a wonderful father, husband, and friend I’m sure he was. God bless your family and I will be thinking of you on February 10, 2013. Sincerely, Mona Ruter

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