The Adoption Reunion


I must say, it feels good to see my book, Call Me Ella, in print now as well as Kindle, iBooks and Nook. This search took twenty-four years. Was it worth all the work to find out who I am? Yes, a million times over.

When I started searching, the Internet was in its infancy. Throughout the years, clues gradually popped up. In the end, it all made sense. I made sense. I feel a great sense of relief and accomplishment. I feel whole.

My search most likely would have been much easier if I had my original birth certificate. Hopefully, someday soon adoptees will have their birth certificates unsealed. In the meantime, you too can be your own detective. Never give up!

The paperback version: Call Me Ella -adoption.

3 responses to “The Adoption Reunion

  1. We have a lot in common. Congratulations on your book “The Adoption Reunion”. I hope you sell lots of copies. Adoption is a popular topic with men and women and people of all ages because 60% of Americans have a direction relationship to an adoption story. Sometimes what you’re most afraid of doing is the very thing that will set you free, and that is certainly the case with many adoptee who fear what might happen if they do an adoption search. I thought you might enjoy a small laugh over the little incident that took place during my initial meeting with my birth mother…”The most botched adoption reunion ever?”

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