Stunning New Baby Boomer Novel Delves into the World of Adoption! - DigitalJournal.com
Award winning author Jeanette Vaughan releases her third novel, WAITING IN THE WINGS. The finale to a compelling baby boomer historical trilogy regarding adoption is poised to strike gold in the Indie Press world. Vaughan's books have been honored for the gut wrenching drama which highlight the accomplishments of women who are not afraid to challenge the norm.
Vaughan grew up as an adopted child herself in Fort Worth, TX. She has a Master's degree in nursing and has been published throughout numerous healthcare journals. Her screenplay ANGEL OF MERCY won the outstanding research award from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. She was named outstanding alumni from Texas Tech in 2001. Her first novel...
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