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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We are thrilled to discuss our new book, America’s First Daughter, which portrays the relationship between Martha “Patsy” Jefferson Randolph and her famous father, Thomas Jefferson, and explores the sacrifices Patsy made and the lies she told to protect him, his legacy, and the new nation he founded. Now, when you’re writing historical fiction about real […]

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  April 13th marks the 273rd anniversary of the birthday of Thomas Jefferson, primary author of the Declaration of Independence and third president of the United States. And to celebrate, we’re throwing a Facebook party. During the event, we’ll playing recorded birthday wishes for Mr. Jefferson. So if you’ve got a colonial or revolutionary costume and a […]

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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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Welcome to the new online home of Stephanie Dray and Laura Kamoie for all of our joint work together. Our first book, America’s First Daughter, releases March 1, 2016, and our second, My Dear Hamilton, will be out Winter 2018. Please look around and make yourself at home! We’ll be adding new content in the days and […]

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