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Amy Sue Nathan


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Amy Sue Nathan lives and writes near Chicago, where she hosts the popular blog "Women's Fiction Writers." She has published articles in The Huffington Post, the Chicago Tribune, and The New York Times Online, among many others. Amy is the proud mom of a son and a daughter in college.

Genres: Historical, General Fiction
 
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