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Alison Atlee

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Alison Atlee spent her childhood re-enacting Little Women and trying to fashion 19th century wardrobes for her Barbie dolls. Happily, these activities turned out to be good preparation for writing historical novels. She now lives in Kentucky.

By the blogs: Tour Wrap-Up and Last Chance for Giveaway

The blog tour for the audiobook version of The Typewriter Girl wraps up at the end of August. It’s been a whirlwind of reviews and posts from some really wonderful blogs–I’m really grateful for the readers and bloggers who have participated. And the fact that it went so smoothly while I’ve been sick and sticking to a schedule of sleep-medicate-work-repeat is all to the credit of the lovely Amy Bru

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The Typewriter Girl

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“Such a sky. The widest she'd ever seen. Even more than the long bow of the shoreline and the eternal spread of the sea, it was the sky Betsy could not fold into her understanding, the cliffs and hillocks of the land overturned, sculpted into the stony clouds and softened with the promise of light.”
Alison Atlee, The Typewriter Girl

“Her smile held–held and yet changed, the way freshness depart white linens once you unfold them and put them on the table or bed. Still clean, bright, but something departed.”
Alison Atlee, The Typewriter Girl

“[Mr. Jones] was uncommonly bad at seduction if he though talk of common capital and incorporation would do the trick, but she could think of no other reason he would lavish her with such time and care.

Except the impossible one: No motive but to help her. Such purity didn’t exist, though. If it did …

If it did, he’d be a dangerously good seducer.”
Alison Atlee, The Typewriter Girl

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Jane It was such fun hanging out with you at the registration desk! I hope we'll cross paths again soon.

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