IN CELEBRATION OF NATIONAL ADOPTION MONTH, AUTHOR MISSY B. SALICK REVEALS MYTHS SURROUNDING FOSTER CARE ADOPTION
Author Missy B. Salick and her book, Claiming Jeremiah
As thousands of children wait with baited breath for the opportunity to make it into a home and hundreds of other prospecting parent’s dream of taking those children into their home, it’s the fables and false facts that quickly suffocate the dreams of many.
As National Adoption month approaches in November, Missy B. Salick will expose the red tape and unravel the mystery around foster care adoptions. In an awe-inspiring book, Claiming Jeremiah, Salick tells the story of how two young people preserved and maneuvered their way through the red tape in hopes to secure a baby boy. Salick dispels all of the myths and anxieties associated with bringing a child into foster care in the two hundred and eighty page novel. Salick’s fictional memoir on foster adoption is drawing a hefty buzz online.
The novel is small in size, but contains a powerful message: "Children in foster care need a place to call home." Salick, a foster care advocate, wrote this book based on her personal journey of foster adopting her four-year-old son. Claiming Jeremiah is the first installment of a three part series.
About Missy Salick
Before self-publishing, Salick spent several years as a freelance writer with entertainment companies and media outlets such as KPMG, Violator, MBK, Village Voice and more. As the founder of J.J. Autumn Publishing, her publishing company is geared towards highlighting urban fiction dedicated to special causes and community awareness projects. Salick a strong foster care advocate, created iJournalNow Project, a program geared towards teaching underprivileged children the importance of goal planning, leadership skills and education through journaling.
To purchase Claiming Jeremiah or to interview Missy B. Salick about her tireless cause to educate others seeking to adopt foster children, contact Val Hardy at 202-207-7768.
For more information about Missy B. Salick, visit www.meetmissy.com.
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