Ignoring Gravity by Sandra Danby

Ignoring Gravity by Sandra Danby
Ignoring Gravity is contemporary fiction, we meet Rose Haldane, a thirty-five year old journalist. She works for the London Herald and is currently working on a couple of projects; an interview with Nick Maddox from Biocare Beauty and an article on early menopause.
Rose’s sister Lily is married to William. Lily is trying for a baby to the point of obsession. Their mother has recently passed over and together they are sorting through all her belongings when they discover a set of diaries. Rose is left reeling when she discovers evidence that she was adopted. Her father is struggling with his own grief and is unable to offer Rose the support or the answer she needs.
Going into full scale research mode, Rose begins an adoption search process. She’s shocked when she is given a copy of her birth certificate and needs to find more answers to quench her thirst for her new extended family. Both Rose and Lily seek comfort and support as they go on a roller-coaster ride of life. Memories are dug up and old wounds opened and some are finally healed. The final piece of the puzzle slips into place just as Rose decides it’s no longer healthy to be so obsessed with her search.
Sandra did a fantastic job writing about all the adoption processes and emotions that would be involved for anyone wanting to find their real parents. I thought the articles that Rose was also writing for work played an important role too. They could have been just some of the reasons why couples adopt children. All in all a really great read.

Author website: http://www.sandradanby.com/

Amazon link: amzn.to/1tU5cUQ

ISBN: 978-0-9931134-0-6


Sandra Danby Author - photo Simon Cooper

Author bio: Since she can first remember, Sandra Danby has loved reading. Hardback, paperback, e-book, new or pre-loved, borrowed from the library and friends, magazines and newspapers, she reads them all. She grew up on a small dairy farm at the bleak edge of East Yorkshire where England meets the North Sea. At the age of four she was making magazines full of her own stories. When missed by her mother, she was usually found in a corner with her nose in a book. She devoured everything from the Famous Five and Secret Seven to Swallows and Amazons, from Little Women to George Orwell and Mary Stewart. All this reading led her first to a degree in English Literature in London, then to journalism. Now she writes fiction full-time… and still reads at every spare moment.

The next book: Sandra is now writing Connectedness, the sequel in which Rose Haldane travels from Yorkshire to Malaga, Spain, in pursuit of the birth child of controversial artist Justine tree.

Watch Sandra Danby talk about Ignoring Gravity at You Tube: http://youtu.be/C80lR2gnceg

Watch the book trailer for Ignoring Gravity at You Tube: http://youtu.be/dGJnw-7qaa4



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9 thoughts on “Ignoring Gravity by Sandra Danby

  1. I’m going to have to take a look at this book. As the mother of two adopted children, I am all too aware of the emotional roller coaster these children can experience. Luckily, both of mine have accommodated well to the knowledge of their adoption, but we were open with them from the time they first old enough to understand. Keeping it secret is the worst thing you can do!


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