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About the Author
Cynthia Hand is the New York Times bestselling author of the Unearthly trilogy. A native of southeastern Idaho, she has graduate degrees in creative writing from Boise State University and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. For the past seven years she has taught writing at Pepperdine University in Southern California. She and her family have recently moved back to Idaho, where they are enjoying the fresh air.
Brodi Ashton is the author of Everneath and Everbound. She received a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Utah and a master's degree in international relations from the London School of Economics. Brodi lives in Utah with her family.
Jodi Meadows lives and writes in the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia, with her husband, a cat, and an alarming number of ferrets. She is a confessed book addict and has wanted to be a writer ever since she decided against becoming an astronaut.
"Full of twists, turns, and laugh-out-loud humor, this tongue-in-cheek feminist alternative history is impossible to put down. A thrilling alternative history that sparkles with wit and charm."--Kirkus Reviews
Praise for My Plain Jane:
? "The authors' affection for their source material is abundantly clear in this clever, romantic farce."--Publishers Weekly (starred review)
"An uproarious historical fantasy that's not to be missed."--Publishers Weekly (starred review)
Praise for My Lady Jane: "Wacky, irreverent, and just plain fun. This fantasy-adventure politely tips its hat to history before joyfully punting it out of the way. An utter delight."--Booklist (starred review)
"A madcap story of ghosts, possession, revenge, and murder. Humorously blends fact with fiction and offers a gentler, more hopeful outcome for Charlotte, her siblings, and her heroine."--School Library Journal (starred review)
Praise for My Calamity Jane: "Witty and winsome, this rollicking tall tale makes its own rules."--Booklist (starred review)
"A delightfully deadpan deconstruction of a Gothic novel, with a ghost almost no one can see providing the commentary. Marvelously self-aware and almost too clever for its own good."--ALA Booklist (starred review)