My "Staying-In" Sale

“Staying-In” is the new normal! Each day brings smart and creative ways people are moving their outside world in: exercise videos, games, movies, art and music, to mention only a few.

Reading a good book can be a welcome distraction, today more than ever! With that in mind, I have reduced the price of my book, Young Love ~ An Adoptee’s Memoir, in my Etsy shop. I am calling this my “Staying-In” Sale. The paperback is now $14.99, down from $19.99. The hardcover is now $29.99, down from $34.99.

Enjoy the distraction of my 35-year search for my birth families. I craved to know who my birthparents were–what did they look like, did we have the same interests? Curiosity led the way and I never gave up! This story will pull you in–you will want to know the answers, too!

Each book will be gift-wrapped and includes an autographed copy, a handmade bookmark, and free domestic shipping. I am also happy to include a personal message, perhaps a reference to our “Staying-In” new normal!

Here’s how you can take advantage of my “Staying-In” Sale.

Simply visit my Etsy shop, MyAdopteeMemoir.

This is the only place where you will find the “Staying-In” Sale!

https://www.etsy.com/shop/MyAdopteeMemoir

2020 “Staying-In” Sale

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“there is no one like YOU”

You’re Here–Welcome!

My name is Bonnie. My parents adopted me when I was 8 months old. I’ve written a memoir about my life and the difficult search for my original identity. After 35 years, I have my answers!
I hope my story is an inspiration for you or someone you know who is searching for their birth parents and family ancestry.

Which came first–the chicken or the egg? Or in my case–the book or the blog?

Good question!  The book came first. My blog has the same name as the book. Each blog post tells you something about me. By nature, a memoir is personal. My persistence to find answers to my identity and write a memoir was a soul-searching, personal journey. It’s sad at times, but often fun and joyful.

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