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OPEN ADOPTION PIONEER
 

NOW AVAILABLE FOR ORDER FROM YOUR FAVORITE BOOKSELLER

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Preview my book, The Branches We Cherish, in this free book biblet! Find it at the link below.

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 It will touch your heart. You will smile and cry. 

You can share with someone who can benefit from this story. 6 in 10 Americans are affected by adoption and over 1 million hopeful parents are waiting to adopt. 

You will be helping others - 100% of author profits will go to provide support and therapy for birth parents & adopted persons.

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BOOK REVIEWS

"Linda Sexton does an incredible, informative, earnest job of walking the reader through the nuanced, intricate world of open adoption. THE BRANCHES WE CHERISH is a searingly honest journey accounted from all sides of the adoption triangle. Told with a kind of grit and strength that leaves you feeling grateful to know there is steadfast promise to open adoption, a true alternative for children, birth parents and adoptive parents alike, for lasting, loving family dynamic."
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Liz Pryor

Speaker, Life Advice Expert

ABC’s Good Morning America Advice Guru

Author of LOOK AT YOU NOW  (Random House)

WHAT DID I DO WRONG? (Simon & Schuster)

Nominated for Books for a Better Life Award

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Linda R. Sexton is an open adoption pathfinder who seeks to educate on today’s practice of open adoption where the biological parents and adoptive families know each other and remain in contact after the adoption is finalized.  ​

Her book, The Branches We Cherish: An Open Adoption Memoir, will launch February 20, 2024. It won gold in the Royal Palm Literary Awards for unpublished nonfiction educational works as well as second runner-up in unpublished book of the year. The manuscript also placed in the top 5 with Writers' League of Texas Manuscript Contest in her category in 2023.

About

"It is the ability to openly celebrate both the adopted child's nature given by their birth families and the nurture given by their adoptive family that can make the child whole."

10 Things I wish I knew About
Open Adoption at the Start of my Journey

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CONTACT

Linda, an experienced public speaker, is available to speak to groups who are interested in the topic of open adoption. She can be reached at:

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