Monday, November 5, 2012

My Adoption Book! + Adoption Month Ideas

I've dreamed of writing a book my entire life.  My first official book ("official" meaning there was a plot, illustrations, and pages stapled in order) was called The Princess and the Gold.  (You can probably guess what the book was about based on the phenomenal title).

I've come a long way since then (thank GOD).

This month, I anticipate the release (on Amazon) of my transracial adoption book:

Come Rain or Come Shine:  A White Parent's Guide to Adopting and Parenting Black Children

You can follow my book's page on FB to get the latest updates on the release, giveaways, media spotlights, and guest blog posts. 

Words cannot possibly express how excited I am to share this book with you!    I'm looking forward to announcing the exact release date very very soon! 


This month, celebrate adoption.  Here's a fabulous calendar of suggestions created by my friends over at Adoptive Families magazine


  1. Many congratulations on your book! I hope it does well, and helps parents do great!

  2. I'm slightly curious about a book written with such a title by someone who is just beginning the journey of raising transracial adopted kids. It would be like me writing a book on how to raise successful, well adjusted teens when mine are toddlers.... there's miles of road you haven't even got within sight of yet. I could see a book titled about the adoption process - how it was to go through it all.... but one about how to parent when your little ones are only 4 and 2?


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