AIRED: August 10, 2015– 11 am PST
TITLE: “Adoption, the Most Difficult Decision Two Mothers Could Ever Make”
In a moving tale of two mothers — one biological and one adoptive, Dear Caroline brings great insight into the most difficult decision mothers on both sides of the equation will ever make. Featuring richly detailed characters, the story transports the reader into a world of complex relationships. “A story that captures your heart and doesn’t let go; her keen insights into a mother’s love will stay with you long after the last page.” The Huffington Post proclaimed Kristy Woodson Harvey’s new book, “a touching lover letter between a little girl and the two mommas that love her.”
An only child who grown up with a very close extended family, Kristy Woodson Harvey believes that the people you love and the people you choose to spend your life are not necessarily blood-related. The story was inspired by a moment with her son when she started to ask herself what would have to happen in a woman’s life to allow her to make the world-rocking decision to give up her child for adoption and what an unmatched gift that is to help someone else create their family.
Join us as Kristy describes the weaving together three lives, Caroline’s, her two mothers in a story that proves that life circumstances shape us but don’t define us—and that families aren’t born, they’re made.
ABOUT KRISTY WOODSON HARVEY
A Southerner through and through, author Kristy Woodson Harvey attended college at the University of North Carolina and still resides in the Tar Heel State. In addition to blogging at Design Chic about how creating a beautiful home can be a catalyst for creating a beautiful life, Kristy’s first novel, Dear Carolina, is published by Berkley Books.