Twins Found in a Box: Adapting to Adoption is a spellbinding memoir that chronicles the experience of adopted twins.
"Readers get powerful insights into the upbringing of kids during that time. The writing is filled with relevant social and cultural commentaries and the author uses a descriptive style of writing that allows readers clear images of the setting. The conflict is well developed right from the start of the narrative when the reader is introduced to the key conflict in the story: what it takes to be adopted by parents from another country and culture. The theme of the legal rights of the adoptees and their sense of belonging are among some that are deftly treated."
"Twins Found in a Box: Adapting to Adoption is beautifully written, featuring a gripping narrative voice and prose that is exciting. It is bold and engaging, hugely informative, a memoir that dares ask questions that adoptive agencies shy away from answering."
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International multi-award recipient & gold-medalist author Janine Vance, Ph.D., Philosophy.
Author of numerous books: memoirs, Metaphysics, Eastern Philosophy, & research.
Janine will teach you about worldwide distribution for your book while you keep 100% of your copyrights.
Mentored by two of Maya Angelou's best friends and advisors to Oprah Winfrey
Trained in screenwriting by a former Hollywood screenwriter and a Disney script reader
Personally taught the secrets to crafting strong memoir openings from a New York Times bestselling author
Served as a ghostwriter for several non-writers
Published more than 50 writers to become Amazon Bestsellers in several subcategories
Vance has also written about her childhood experience and numerous books on the topic of adoption based on her advocacy for adopted people worldwide and in the United States.