Adoption gone wrong book by Cherry Willoughby

Our love wasn’t enough… interviewee has book published.

A few months ago mum Cherry Willoughby’s story about adoption gone wrong appeared via sister site Featureworld over two pages of the DAILY MAIL newspaper. Adoption gone wrong book by Cherry Willoughby

After trying unsuccessfully to have children themselves, Cherry and her husband adopted two gorgeous little girls. But despite giving their daughters such a loving home, both turned to crime and went to prison.

At the time we received many emails from others who, as Cherry explained in the Daily Mail article, also felt the adoption system had let them down. The issue is that there are few places to go to for help and support post-adoption.

Now we are delighted to announce that as well as having yet another double page article published in popular women’s weekly mag, TAKE A BREAK, Cherry has also self published her book. Sell story to Take a Break mag

When Love is not enough: A tragic and cautionary tale of an adoption that went terribly wrong, is available from Amazon..

Meanwhile, we have arranged a further deal for Cherry for her story to appear in another magazine in the New Year.

If you have an emotional real life story to sell, contact us here: Sell Your Story.

Alison Smith-Squire

Alison Smith-Squire is a writer, journalist and media agent selling exclusive real life stories to newspapers, magazines and TV. She owns the sell my story website, which was set up to help ordinary people sell their stories to the press.

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