LOVE SUSAN PRESS RELEASE
**FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE**
**Introducing 'Love Susan': A Heartfelt Exploration of Adoption Through the Eyes of the Adoptee**
After the success of her last book, ‘Traced’, author and broadcaster Susan Vickers is set to send readers on an enlightening and emotionally resonant journey with her latest outing, 'Love Susan'. This powerful and insightful work delves into the world of adoption from a unique perspective, offering readers a deeper understanding of the adoptee's experience.
In 'Love Susan', Susan Vickers draws upon her own personal journey as an adoptee, weaving her poignant story into a tapestry of other individuals' experiences with adoption; inviting readers to step into the shoes of adoptees, providing an invaluable glimpse into their lives, thoughts, and feelings - a perspective rarely taken into account by mainstream media and prospective adopters.
"We often hear about adoption from the perspective of adoptive parents or birth parents, but the adoptee's voice is equally important," says Susan. "Through 'Love Susan', I aim to shed light on the complexities of adoption, offering personal insights that seek to touch the hearts of readers and broaden their understanding."
To celebrate the launch of 'Love Susan', a special event will take place at the Wolverhampton Library on October 14th, just ahead of National Adoption Week.
The event promises to be a gathering of minds and hearts, featuring esteemed speakers including the Mayor of Wolverhampton and Adoption @ Heart , also in attendance will be local councillors, including Chris Burden, the cabinet member for children, young people, and education. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage with the author, delve deeper into the themes of the book, and connect with others who share an interest in adoption.
Don't miss this opportunity to be a part of a groundbreaking exploration of adoption through the eyes of the adoptee. 'Love Susan' is set to inspire and touch the lives of readers far and wide. Join us on October 14th at the Wolverhampton Library and be a part of this transformative experience.
For more information about attendance and interview arrangements, please contact Julia Farrell: