Lost Daughter - Published!

Adoptees rock! And they write incredible material that the entire adoption community is privileged to read. One of the latest among a string of wonderful books brought to us by the adoptee community is Lost Daughters: Lost Daughters: Writing Adoption from a Place of Empowerment and Peace. From the Lost Daughters publication announcement:
Moving beyond racial, ethnic and professional silos frequently observed in adoption, Lost Daughters brings us together to witness the courage, strength and amazement of a diverse group of women who represent the true fabric of adoption. --Susan Harris O'Connor, MSW, National Speaker, Solo Performance Artist, Activist Author, The Harris Narratives: An Introspective Study of a Transracial Adoptee 
These are brave, strong essays written from the heart by talented, courageous women who pull no punches. Anyone not already familiar with the inner ramifications of being adopted to the adoptee will be blown away. --Lorraine Dusky, first mother, author of Birthmark, founding board member of ALMA, and founder of [Birth Mother] First Mother Forum.
Lost Daughters features the writing of 30 authors from the Lost Daughters blog and was edited by Amanda H.L. Transue-Woolston, Julie Stromberg, Karen Pickell, and Jennifer Anastasi. Download your copy from Amazon now!

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