We’re absolutely thrilled to share that America’s First Daughter is a Kindle Daily Deal 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, and the sacrifices she made, lies she […]

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Hello everyone! Just a quick note to share some exciting news! Audible.com named America’s First Daughter a best audio book for 2016! If you’re an audio book fan and haven’t yet given it a listen, now’s a great time to check it out!

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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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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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This article in the New Republic goes deep into the work of noted scholars Annette Gordon-Reed and Peter S. Onuf. Their new book examines Thomas Jefferson and all his contradictions. The article is worth reading in its entirety. But what really strikes a chord is the summary of how difficult a task Gordon-Reed and Onuf have […]

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Patsy Jefferson helped her father found America. We think it’s only fitting to see her displayed in all the states of the nation. Plus, we want to see the smiling faces of our readers! If you’ve got a picture of the book in the wild, or one with you holding America’s First Daughter, we’d love […]

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We’re absolutely thrilled to share that our first co-authored historical fiction is out today! America’s First Daughter is the result of four years’ worth of research and writing and draws from our passion for early American history. It’s about Thomas Jefferson’s eldest daughter, Martha “Patsy” Jefferson Randolph, and the sacrifices she made, lies she told, and […]

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