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Stephanie Kate Strohm
Stephanie Kate Strohm is the author of Pilgrims Don't Wear Pink and the upcoming Confederates Don't Wear Couture. She grew up on the Connecticut coast, where a steady diet of Little House on the Prairie turned her into a history nerd at an early age. She spent much of her childhood dressing up in... show more

Stephanie Kate Strohm is the author of Pilgrims Don't Wear Pink and the upcoming Confederates Don't Wear Couture. She grew up on the Connecticut coast, where a steady diet of Little House on the Prairie turned her into a history nerd at an early age. She spent much of her childhood dressing up in bonnets. While attending Middlebury College in Vermont, she blossomed into a full-fledged Civil War buff and was voted Winter Carnival Queen. After graduating with a joint major in theater and history, she acted her way around the country, performing in more than 25 states, primarily in shows where she got to wear corsets. Currently she lives in New York City, where her closet is almost big enough to hold all of her shoes. When she's not writing, she loves baking, shopping, cuddling her dog Lorelei, and dragging her boyfriend to chick flicks. Follower her on twitter @StephKateStrohm, on pinterest @stephkatestrohm, on instagram @StephanieKateS, and visit her online at www.StephanieKateStrohm.com
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Birth date: October 27, 1986
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Jessica (HDB)
Jessica (HDB) rated it 12 months ago
Oh, this sweet, sweet book. It's been quite a while since I've read a YA book that didn't contain tragic romance, or tough lessons. Not that I don't love those books, don't get me wrong, but That's Not What I Heard was like a breath of fresh air in a genre that's starting to feel a little heavy. Thi...
By Singing Light
By Singing Light rated it 4 years ago
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A very light but also quite fun YA read about a girl working at a living history museum. I love this, as someone who spent most of her teens volunteering at one! It doesn’t delve at all into the complexities of living history museums and the stories they tell, but as a quick, fun read I’ll get behin...
Randi's Blog
Randi's Blog rated it 8 years ago
3.5 stars. I really enjoyed this book. It was very funny, light-hearted, and sweet. I'm not usually one to choose books based on the season, but this is definitely a great summer read! The overall plotline was...predictable, but the details and characters made it an interesting journey to get there....
Everyday Rowena
Everyday Rowena rated it 8 years ago
After reading Past Perfect by Leila Sales and loving it, I thought I'd really enjoy reading this book as well. While I did enjoy it, I enjoyed the Sales more. That's not to say that this book wasn't good because it was, I just spent a good portion of this book, annoyed to high heaven with Libby.You ...
Xpresso Reads
Xpresso Reads rated it 8 years ago
Libby, history nerd and fashion expert, doesn't know what she's getting into when she goes off to a summer internship at a living history museum. She expects to get her chance to live in her very own Jane Austin novel. Instead, she's thrown from a bitchy roommate, to an extremely irritating boat mat...
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