The Declassified Adoptee: Essays of an Adoption Activist, features a collection of essays authored by Amanda H.L. Transue-Woolston. Through her book, readers will bear witness to key moments in the unfolding of an adoptee from a quiet contemplator to an outspoken advocate for the rights of adoptees and their loved ones. This book was published in e-reader format through CQT Media and Publishing and Land of Gazillion Adoptees in October of 2013. Print copies will be available on Amazon.com in November. Buy it on Amazon.
"Amanda Transue-Woolston's book The Declassified Adoptee does an expert job of combating some of the widely held beliefs about adoption that stigmatize or otherwise harm many adopted people." Marianne Novy, Professor of English at the University of Pittsburgh, author of Reading Adoption: Family and Difference in Fiction and Drama, adoptee, and coordinator of Pittsburgh Consortium for Adoption Studies