July 14th marks Bastille Day, a pivotal turning point in the French Revolution, now celebrated as France’s national independence day.
THE WOMEN OF CHATEAU LAFAYETTE by New York Times bestselling author Stephanie Dray
(Berkley hardcover; on-sale March 30, 2021)
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What made you fall in love with Adrienne Lafayette and why do you think readers will fall for her as you did?
How long did it take you to write this book? Did the story evolve as you researched, or did you always know you wanted to take on the lives of these particular women?
The book is centered around Lafayette’s castle, the Château de Chavaniac, and the pivotal role it played during three of history’s darkest hours—the French Revolution and both World Wars. If you could have dinner with any three people (dead or alive) at Chavaniac, who would you choose and why?
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