We’re absolutely thrilled to share that Amazon chose the ebook of America’s First Daughter as a gold box deal and that means it’s on sale JUST TODAY … For just $1.99! After the sale in June, we didn’t expect the ebook to go on sale again for a long, long time – so don’t miss […]

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We’ve got something sure to make your summer great – an awesome giveaway with $100 gift card and amazing books from some of today’s top historical fiction authors! Enter here! And hop over to Laura’s Facebook page for an additional gift card giveaway that goes through Friday, July 22! Good luck! Thanks for reading,   […]

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If you prefer larger print or hard-cover editions, we’ve got you covered today because AMERICA’S FIRST DAUGHTER is releasing in a brand new large-print hardcover! This edition also has a new cover image, so that’s fun, too! Here’s everything you need to know: A New York Times & USA Today Bestseller! “Not since Gone with […]

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Happy 4th of July! We’re excited to share this amazing giveaway with you over at Fresh Fiction, where America’s First Daughter is also the Fresh Pick of the Day! While you’re there, check out our post on 10 Patriot Reads for the 4th! But don’t delay because it ends tomorrow! Mason Jars: handpainted red, blue […]

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We are beyond thrilled and grateful to share that America’s First Daughter hit the New York Times and USA Today bestseller lists today! You made this happen for us and THANK YOU does not begin to express the depth of our gratitude. We appreciate your support for us and this book so much! Thank you!   […]

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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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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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