Heidi Andrews’ New Book ‘The Diary of Anne Monroe’ is a Thrilling Tale of Child’s Search for Her Biological Mother

Heidi Andrews, a passionate writer who graduated with a degree in journalism, has completed her most recent book “The Diary of Anne Monroe”: a gripping story about a young woman, Margaret, who goes on a journey to find her birth mother, whom she only knew through an old diary hidden under the floorboard of her mother’s childhood home.
Andrews writes, “Margaret’s search leads her to her angry grandmother who has forgotten about her daughter and speaks ill of her, so Margaret decides to put off her search until after she graduates high school. Over the next few years, life for the Sorenson family is a normal one, and just when the Sorenson’s think Margaret has forgotten about her birth mother, she takes off once again right after graduation with her boyfriend Tom to New York, a city much bigger than where she came from—not knowing what to expect or if she will find her mother, Margaret pushes forward, not letting anyone or anything get in the way of her finding her mother and getting the answers to the questions she has had since she was a child.”
Published by Fulton Books, Heidi Andrew’s book is a touching tale about finding one’s identity, family, and reunion.
“The Diary of Anne Monroe” chronicles Margaret’s journey to find her birth mother. Along the way, she finds herself and rediscovers the depth of her love for the family that raised her.
Readers who wish to experience this potent work can purchase “The Diary of Anne Monroe” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books