MIAMI (PRWEB) March 03, 2012
According the Bureau of Consulor Affairs, 9,319 adoptions occurred in the United States in 2011. To bring awareness to adoptions, comes Lydia M. Kordalewski’s new book, “The Mom with the Red Lipstick” (published by AuthorHouse) an emotional and moving story told by a little adopted boy named Nicholas and his mom.
In “The Mom with the Red Lipstick,” Nicholas shares the memories of his earlier life in a Bulgarian orphanage with his new mother and his journey home to the United States. In the story, his mom shares her emotions, struggles and unconditional love of a little boy who became her beautiful son on a wonderful spring day in Bulgaria.
With this book, Kordalewski tells the real truth without borders. "It' straight talk without any denial, Kordalewski states. "Just the facts." The book will emotionally touch the hearts of many readers and show that Nicholas is truly "The Gift from God."
He had brooding sad black eyes and a head full of jet-black hair. He ran naked through the forest for two and half years with hardly anything to eat.
It was there where he cried and cried because he was hungry all the time. He weighed only 24 pounds at the age of 4.
“Adoption is truly a blessing. It's a lifetime of raising a child with unconditional love, understanding and patience,” says Kordalewski
The story of Nicholas’ is sure to bring awareness to people considering adoption and the obstacles they must face.
About the Author
Lydia M. Kordalewski is a freelance writer for several publications and an author of a treatment, “Inside the Humidor.” She started writing at an early age on topics ranging from social events to famous people. Kordalewski has traveled the world extensively and enjoys photography. She has received many awards for her work with ethnic groups and her civic activism. Lydia is also mother to another adoptive child from Guatemala. She may be contacted at email@example.com
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