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Amy Butler Greenfield

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Amy Butler Greenfield was a grad student in history when she gave into temptation and became a writer. Since then, she has become an award-winning author.

Amy grew up in the Adirondack Mountains and later studied history at Williams College, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Oxford. She now lives with her family in England, where she writes, bakes double-dark-chocolate cake, and plots mischief.


Behind the scenes

For ten months now, I’ve been mostly locked down at home. It’s a drag, but it’s the smart thing to do if you’re high risk like me. When I can, I walk in local fields. My excursions are rare, and usually involve clinics and hospitals.

The one glorious exception is my trip last August to a TV studio. I went there to film an interview for an American Experience documentary about Elizebeth Smith Fried

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Published on January 11, 2021 03:42
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“Maybe I couldn't stop other people from judging me, but I could stop looking to them for approval. Maybe most people would never be able to accept me for who I really was - not the broadside makers, not the Court gossips, not even Nat - but I didn't have to follow suit.
I could still decide to accept myself.”
Amy Butler Greenfield, Chantress Fury

“Fifteen feet away, the wide River Thames rolled past, dark and deep and mysterious is the sullen-not-quite sunrise.”
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message 3: by Amy

Amy Greenfield Thank you, Steph! What a lovely message to find waiting for me! I'm thrilled you enjoyed the books, and I hope you have a wonderful summer, too.

Best wishes,
Amy


message 2: by Steph

Steph Dear Amy

Thank you for accepting my friends request!! I loved your book series Chantress. I found all 3 books at my Library just sitting there.. I knew they were there for me to find. I love the covers and the concept. When I see someone looking for a book I tell them they need to read these:) Thank you for an AMAZING read. I look forward to seeing what you have next.
Have an Amazing Summer with Family
Steph


message 1: by L

L Dear Amy,
Thank you so much for acepting my friend request here on Goodreads! I look forward to reading and discovering your work.
Kind Regards
Lucinda F


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