I found this video today and wanted to share one of the things I did while I worked as a historian at American University. In partnership with the neighborhood community, the Historical Society of Washington, D.C., and Cultural Tourism D.C., I served as the working group historian for Roads to Diversity: The Adams Morgan Heritage Trail, […]

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Happy book birthday to Patsy Jefferson! Stephanie and I 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! […]

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  Have you seen this awesome HISTORICAL FICTION giveaway from BookSweeps? You can win my AMERICA’S FIRST DAUGHTER, plus books from authors like Margaret George, Jennifer Chiaverini, and Amy Harmon, and the Kindle Fire Grand Prize! This giveaway ends on 2/27, so make sure you hurry and enter! Good luck!   Join the fun here! […]

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I’m 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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During our tour for America’s First Daughter in November, Stephanie and I had the exciting opportunity to appear on WXEL’s Between the Covers Book Talk Show. Watch the full program here and get more behind-the-scenes and behind-the-history insights into the book! Thanks for reading, and watching!            

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I’m 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, and […]

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A little holiday spirit came my way today, along with an awesome shoutout from my alma mater, Dickinson College, established by Founding Father, Benjamin Rush. The college highlighted a few alumni they felt exemplified Rush’s desire to create an educated citizenry who could learn from the past to improve the future and make a difference.

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