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Jerramy Fine

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Born in 1977, Jerramy Sage Fine grew up in Western Colorado along with her little brother Ezra. Although she was raised by crazy hippy parents, she still maintains there was a dreadful hospital mix-up and she was switched at birth with the baby daughter of English aristocrats. Jerramy attended the University of Rochester where she spent her semester abroad working in the House of Commons, and later completed her master’s at the London School of Economics. She now lives in London with her English boyfriend. He’s not royal, but she forgives him.

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'I'm So Not Like My Mother,' by Jerramy Fine
The author of a hilarious new memoir reveals the universe's plan for her to be raised by hippies.

From a very early age, I was convinced that I’d been switched at birth – that the day I was born, a certain Denver hospital mixed up two expectant mothers: a young aristocrat from England, and an ultra-liberal hippi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 09, 2010 08:47 • 203 views • Tags: daughters, england, hippie-parents, hippy-parents, london, mothers, princess, rebellion

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date: October 10, 2009 01:30AM
location: University of Rochester, Bookstore, Frederick Douglas Building, Rochester, NY, The United States
description: London based author Jerramy Fine (class of '99) will be in town for her 10-year reunion and is delighted to be giving a reading at her alma mater! Join her for English-style tea and scones and pick up a signed copy of her hilarious memoir SOMEDAY MY PRINCE WILL COME, hailed as "Jane Austen meets Sex and the City."
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“On the second or third day, sometime in the early evening, I walked from the splashing fountains and giant lions of Trafalgar Square, past the famous door of 10 Downing Street, and then, suddenly, when I turned the corner, I was face-to-face with Big Ben. I found myself just standing there, gazing up into the rare blue sky at this magnificent clock tower that gleamed in the sunlight. I couldn’t look away. Because all at once everything in my crazy heart and mind seemed to fall into place. Right in front of me was all the glory and sparkle that I knew my London life was going to be once I figured out how to grab on to it.”
Jerramy Fine, The Regal Rules for Girls

“Meine einzigartige transatlantische Reise hat mich gelehrt, dass Freundlichkeit und Mitgefühl viel königlicher sind als Stammbaum und Charme, und dass nicht automatisch magisch in dem Moment eintritt, in dem man einen Prinzen oder einen Palast gefunden hat. Ich habe gelernt, dass ein Seelenzustand ist, den man für sich selbst erschaffen muss - jeden Tag, jede Minute. Und es ist dieses edle Wissen, diese zauberhafte Kraft, die jedes Mädchen in eine Prinzessin verwandeln kann.”
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“The exquisite art of idleness is one of the most important things that any university can teach. —OSCAR WILDE”
Jerramy Fine, The Regal Rules for Girls

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I daresay you haven't had much practice,' said the Queen. 'When I was your age, I always did it for half-an-hour a day. Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast. There goes the shawl again!”
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