Martha Brockenbrough draws on her diverse experience in journalism, research, non-fiction and literary teen fiction to bring Alexander Hamilton to life. A powerful storyteller and narrative voice, Brockenbrough is the author of the critically acclaimed young adult novels The Game of Love and Death and Devine Intervention. She enjoys reading Hamilton's original correspondence, playing board games and spending time with her family. She lives in Seattle, Washington.
@jbf1755 @TJStiles_Author Ha! I’m a direct descendant. My dad has his end table.
by @mbrockenbrough - 5 hours ago
@EmilyRNunn @washingtonpost I feel like they should know how to use a comma of direct address.
by @mbrockenbrough - 10 hours ago
@dsantat Or at least no longer a hopeless dumdum.
by @mbrockenbrough - 11 hours ago
I find this hopeful. Walsh tweeted about taking out his musket if Trump didn’t win. This shows that even extremists… https://t.co/zWcEifJgds
by @mbrockenbrough - 13 hours ago
RT @KateMessner: I love the idea behind this piece but I'd love to see a more diverse list of books/authors in the examples offered up. (th…
by @mbrockenbrough - 18 hours ago