Pearson Media Group Offers Sponsorship Program to Doris Lafrenz' Compelling Drama/Thriller of Choosing Between Identity and Familiarity

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Pearson Media Group is one of the most reputable and trusted global networks for independent film production and film concept agency. Their success has skyrocketed over the last years and they plan to take on new heights this 2020 by working with top cinematographers in bringing various authors' laudable works, such as this one, to television screens.
 
This paranormal take on the typical theme of adoption is very intriguing that even days after reading, readers still can't stop thinking about it. The characters feel very real and will surely be unforgettable as they effortlessly make readers invested in their lives, following them through years of hope, dread, strong feelings of connection, and fascinating insight into family love.
 
The Blanket is Blue ushers the reader on an emotional trek beginning with the birth of twins to an exuberant couple. John and Stella Smith's world suddenly turns on its axis when one of their infants goes missing. Meanwhile, another couple acquires the baby through black-market adoption. These two families coincidentally strike a friendship in the future and the story becomes even more interesting.
 
Elizabeth Winslow, now grown, finds out the bleak truth. Hurt and confused, she sets out alone in the search of her true identity. This soon leads her to an ultimatum. Whom will she choose? The story is emotionally exhausting and the readers' hearts might even break for the characters in their moments of vulnerability. Wrought with vivid imagery and dialogue, the writing is superb.
 
It flows rather smoothly despite being very fast paced. It is well worth for anyone who enjoys unique and original thriller reads.
 
“The Blanket is Blue: A Story of Black Market Adoption”
Written by Doris Lafrenz
Published by Balboa Press
Published Date: September 5, 2014
Paperback: $20.99
 
About the Author
Doris was born in Sioux City, Iowa. She married her high school sweetheart in 1960. They have three children. When she and her husband were about to retire, her husband asked her to write a book about his father. Doris had been writing short stories in her notebooks, but she was not sure if she could really write a whole book. So her husband's request stunned her. But when she started writing, she found out that she loves it.

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