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Megan Frampton

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Megan Frampton's love affair with books began when her parents moved her to a remote town in New Hampshire where there was only one television station. And then the TV broke. She devoured every book of fiction in her well-read parents' library, finding special joy in Georgette Heyer and the fairy tales collected and translated by Andrew Lang. Megan majored in English literature at Barnard College and worked in teh music industry for fifteen years. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband (her former intern) and her son. (Book jacket, "A Singular Lady")

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Megan Frampton I don't get inspired or not inspired, actually--I just usually like my characters, and want to discover where they might be going (I don't outline, so…moreI don't get inspired or not inspired, actually--I just usually like my characters, and want to discover where they might be going (I don't outline, so what they do is a surprise to me until I write it).(less)
Megan Frampton No, not published, but I do have another book with a soldier suffering from PTSD, like Alasdair (he has nightmares, but isn't addicted to opium). I…moreNo, not published, but I do have another book with a soldier suffering from PTSD, like Alasdair (he has nightmares, but isn't addicted to opium). I haven't finished it yet, but perhaps some day one of my publishers will want it. Thanks for asking! (less)
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Here’s the cover for the First Book book in The Duke’s Daughters series, Lady Be Bad.


Lady Be Bad will be released July 25, 2017. Here’s the Blurb:


Once upon a time, a duke had five daughters who never made a stir. They practiced their French, their pianoforte, and their dancing…until one ran off with the dancing instructor, and the rest were left to face the scandal.


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“Remind me how to play? Or actually, tell me how to play. I don't think I ever have before." His mouth tensed, briefly, and Lily added another item to her increasing store of knowledge of how sad the duke's childhood had been.

All three of them had been orphaned in their own ways, hadn't they? No wonder they got along so well. It felt . . . it almost felt as though they were a family.”
Megan Frampton, The Duke's Guide to Correct Behavior

“That would be awkwarder--for her, at least--than expiring in his bedroom. And yes, she knew that wasn't a word.
She reached his door without either fainting or falling, and counted it as a victory already. And then she raised her hand to knock, but the door whooshed open, and she was pulled inside.
"I was hoping," he began, before lowering his mouth onto hers.”
Megan Frampton, No Groom at the Inn

“The dragon lifted his head and regarded her with those eerie eyes. “The princess came,” he said in the saddest tone she’d ever heard.”
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“Readers may be divided into four classes: I. Sponges, who absorb all they read, and return it nearly in the same state, only a little dirtied. II. Sand-glasses, who retain nothing, and are content to get through a book for the sake of getting through the time. III. Strain-bags, who retain merely the dregs of what they read. IV. Mogul diamonds, equally rare and valuable, who profit by what they read, and enable others to profit by it also.”
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“Because a promise is a promise, Officer Cavatone, and civilization is just a bunch of promises, that’s all it is. A mortgage, a wedding vow, a promise to obey the law, a pledge to enforce it. And now the world is falling apart, the whole rickety world, and every broken promise is a small rock tossed at the wooden side of its tumbling form.”
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“Knowledge is a musket. You can use it only as a club, but will you? When your life is on the line?”
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“Don’t judge a man by what he says his ideals are, judge him by what he does. Look at what the Color Prince has done. They’re wrong, Teia. They’re liars and murderers. It doesn’t mean everything we do is right. It doesn’t mean our house doesn’t need a thorough cleaning. I just don’t think we need to burn it to the ground to do it.”
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“I die and go to a library? Sure, it could be worse, but I’ve spent a lot of time in libraries this year. Quite enough time, really. Do I have to stay forever? Where do I go pee?”
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message 5: by Caz

Caz Hi Megan - thanks for the invite! I look forward to chatting with you :)


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Megan Frampton Lady Wesley wrote: "Thanks for the friendvite, Megan. I'm looking forward to your upcoming book. Sounds like fun. Does your heroine dress as badly as Jane in The Heiress Effect?"
Lady W, I think she does--I own the book, but haven't read it. I saw the blurb and nearly cried, because Courtney and I had a similar idea, and I am so in awe of her talent! It's coincidental, but still. Yes, she dresses horribly.


Lady Wesley Thanks for the friendvite, Megan. I'm looking forward to your upcoming book. Sounds like fun. Does your heroine dress as badly as Jane in The Heiress Effect?


Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog) Hi Megan, thanks for the friend invite!


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Amy Armstrong Hi Megan! Thanks so much for accepting my friend request. Hope you're having a fab day!


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