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“My birth parents 50th wedding anniversary” Judith Land

My birth parents 50th wedding anniversary was a coming-out party and the culmination of a life-long dream come true. I was honored to receive an invitation but nervously wondered if I would be asked to sit at the head table … Continue reading

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“Adoption—what do you remember most about your childhood?”

“Separation from my biological roots and foster family encouraged visions of my birth mother inspired by obscure memories, mystical dreams, and childhood fantasies.” —Judith Land My youth was spent quietly wondering and longing for something intangible that I perceived was missing … Continue reading

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“Adoption Detective is a story that is hard to forget—keep a hanky close at hand”

“Adoption Detective is a story that is hard to forget—readers will want to keep a hanky close at hand. The plot is emotionally draining, engrossing throughout, and agonizing at times with great expectations followed by periods of both ecstasy and … Continue reading

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