Hi everyone – Just a quick note to let you know that Laura will be appearing at Nora Roberts’s Turn the Page Bookstore in Boonsboro, MD on October 28. She’d love to see you there, but if you can’t attend, please consider ordering a signed or personalized copy of the book before October 27. […]

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Friends! We’re heading to New York City this Sunday and going to be chatting to you LIVE on Facebook from historic Fraunce’s Tavern, a setting in My Dear Hamilton! You can either watch live and interact with us, or see it posted on our Facebook pages afterward! So mark your calendars and hop over to Facebook […]

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Dear Readers, The weather’s finally turning nicer, and that means that we’re hitting the road to come out and talk about America’s First Daughter with you! We’ve got quite a few events in May and June we want to share – and of course you can always find all the details and links to more information […]

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Happy book birthday to Patsy Jefferson! We can hardly believe it, but AMERICA’S FIRST DAUGHTER is celebrating its one-year publication anniversary! We’ve talked to and met so many wonderful readers this year, and we wanted to take a moment to say THANK YOU for all the support. You’ve made this such a fantastic journey! And […]

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We are thrilled to share that the audiobook of AMERICA’S FIRST DAUGHTER is a finalist in the 2017 Audie Awards, awarded by the Audio Publishers Association! We have heard so many wonderful compliments from readers about the audiobook, and we were very appreciative of the work that the amazing Cass Campbell did on the narration. […]

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  We’re absolutely thrilled to share that Amazon chose the ebook of America’s First Daughter as a deal of the day and that means it’s on sale JUST TODAY … For $1.99! Don’t miss your chance to grab the ebook at a steal! America’s First Daughter is about Thomas Jefferson’s eldest daughter, Martha “Patsy” Jefferson Randolph, […]

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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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