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Stephanie Dray
STEPHANIE DRAY is a bestselling, multi-published, award-winning author of historical women's fiction and fantasy. Her critically acclaimed historical series about Cleopatra's daughter has been translated into more than six different languages, was nominated for a RITA Award and won the Golden... show more



STEPHANIE DRAY is a bestselling, multi-published, award-winning author of historical women's fiction and fantasy. Her critically acclaimed historical series about Cleopatra's daughter has been translated into more than six different languages, was nominated for a RITA Award and won the Golden Leaf. Her focus on Ptolemaic Egypt and Augustan Age Rome has given her a unique perspective on the consequences of Egypt's ancient clash with Rome, both in terms of the still-extant tensions between East and West as well as the worldwide decline of female-oriented religion. Before she wrote novels, Stephanie was a lawyer, a game designer, and a teacher. Join Stephanie Dray's Newsletter to Receive Notice of:* Contests, Free Reads & Sneak Peeks* Book Signings, Appearances & Online Reader Events* New Releases, Discounts & SalesTo sign up copy and paste this into your browser: ow.ly/rsjra MORE ways to connect with Stephanie:* Website: stephaniedray.com* Facebook: facebook.com/stephaniedrayauthor* Online Book Club: facebook.com/groups/7739864930/* Street Team: facebook.com/groups/drayvanians/

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Karen's books
Karen's books rated it 4 weeks ago
Boring. My apologies if this is one of your faves. I had to stop reading it. I couldn't stand it anymore. Alexander Hamilton is a much more interesting subject than Eliza. I'll read about him instead.
Sorry kids, no feet.
Sorry kids, no feet. rated it 6 months ago
I don't know what more I can say about this book. Unfortunately poignant is the best way I can think of to describe it. We love to think about how far society has come since the beginning of the French Revolution in 1786. The sad reality is we haven't. I found myself relating to these women on so ...
Celticlady's Reading Room
Celticlady's Reading Room rated it 10 months ago
What is Ribbons of Scarlet about? It is about empowering women. From royalty to fruit sellers the reader learns about six different women with different lives with the same goal. It is the eighteenth century where women have no place in politics, but these women put themselves right in the middle of...
100 Pages A Day...Stephanie's Book Reviews
The French Revolution was a time of immense change, violence and uncertainty for everyone in the country. The women of France eagerly became caught up in the Revolution hoping for change, for rights and for freedom. Many of these women died for their part in the revolution and their beliefs that w...
100 Pages A Day...Stephanie's Book Reviews
Eliza Schuyler Hamilton was the woman behind Alexander Hamilton, one of the founders of America. Always strong in her own right, Eliza grew up the daughter of a general and helping in the field hospitals. Eliza often accompanied her father while he met with the Haudenosaunee tribes and other influ...
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