We’re so grateful that the country’s first president gave this hysterical abut touching review. He really enjoyed MY DEAR HAMILTON! (Posted with permission. Please check out the excellent work of George Washington by Vern Frykholm.)

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One of the most interesting family dramas we got to write about in My Dear Hamilton was the elopement of Angelica Schuyler. Our protagonist, Eliza Schuyler Hamilton, was quite close to her sister Angelica and it wasn’t a leap for us to imagine the tumult of her emotions when Angelica escaped the Schuyler Manor to […]

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Yesterday, while on tour for the launch of our new novel about Eliza Schuyler Hamilton, we got the amazing news that My Dear Hamilton hit the USA Today Bestseller list in its release week. This is all because of you, readers and we’re so grateful! This book was a labor of love–our endeavor to show […]

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We delete scenes from America’s First Daughter for a variety of reasons – sometimes they don’t move the story along, sometimes they are repetitive of other scenes, sometimes they’re too tangential to our heroine’s personal experiences, and sometimes the goal of the scene can be accomplished in a better way. Deleted scenes posted on this website have not gone through the […]

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We delete scenes from our books for a variety of reasons – sometimes they don’t move the story along, sometimes they are repetitive of other scenes, sometimes they’re too tangential to our heroine’s personal experiences, and sometimes the goal of the scene can be accomplished in a better way. Deleted scenes posted on this website have not gone through the […]

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We deleted scenes from America’s First Daughter for a variety of reasons – sometimes they didn’t move the story along, sometimes they were repetitive of other scenes, sometimes they were too tangential to Patsy’s personal experiences, and sometimes the goal of the scene could be accomplished in a better way. Deleted scenes posted on this […]

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In America’s First Daughter, we posit a life-long romance between William Short and Thomas Jefferson’s daughter Patsy. But how much of it is true? According to Martha “Patsy” Jefferson Randolph’s biographer, Cynthia Kierner, some manner of romance of unknown intensity and duration blossomed in Paris between Thomas Jefferson’s teenaged daughter and his secretary, William Short. […]

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We did it! Readers posted photos of America’s First Daughter from all fifty states. To celebrate, and to thank you, Stephanie is giving away the mother of all Jeffersonian prizes in time for Independence Day, including a tote bag, Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness coffee mug, a quill pen set with ink, a […]

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Thomas Jefferson was the voice of the American Revolution, the author of the Declaration of Independence, the founder of the University of Virginia, and the third president of the United States. But he was also a man famously ruled as much by his heart as by his head. He was a man who loved a […]

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