New Novel “Yes, I’m Infertile” by Author Kambria Thatcher Bravely Addresses Stereotypes About Women Struggling to Conceive

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Recent release “Yes, I’m Infertile” from Page Publishing author Kambria Thatcher brings readers into the anxiety filled world of women with conception difficulties.

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Kambria Thatcher, a recipient of a degree in education with a concentration in sociology, and a wife and mother of three, has completed her new book “Yes, I’m Infertile”: the heartbreaking and inspiring story of Tierney Crest, a woman whose friends and family place pressures upon her after discovering the reason she and her husband cannot conceive is due to her infertility. It highlights the other struggles—job hunting and maintaining a healthy romantic life among them—women face as Tierney tries to find her place in the world with limited, but devoted, assistance from her closest friends and her partner.

“Tierney Crest is a typical happy woman who married her best friend,” Kambria Thatcher said of her book. “Together, they set out on life’s great adventure. Along the way, they struggle with the heartache of infertility and face uncertainty about what to do next. What will their friends and family think when they tell them? Will they treat them differently?

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Kambria Thatcher’s novel attempts to create characters with rich backgrounds, rather than using them as simple narrative plot devices, or for fulfilling any kind of an agenda. It is through Tierney’s hardships that the humanity of a young woman whose desire to start a family with the love of her life become so tangible.

Readers who wish to experience this gripping work can purchase “Yes, I’m Infertile” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

About Page Publishing:

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