We’re so excited to report that Denise Emanuel Clemen’s book, Birth Mother: A Memoir, is now available as an MP3 CD. Denise’s memoir was first published by Shebooks in 2014 and released on Audible in 2015.
For those who are unfamiliar with Birth Mother: A Memoir, here’s a bit more information:
Pregnant from her first sexual encounter, a teenager living in a town of 3,000 Catholics keeps her secret from everyone until six weeks before the baby’s due date. Hustled out of town and hidden in the Iowa countryside within hours of finally confiding in her mother, she concocts a scheme that will allow her to raise her child, but can she win over any of the people who might help her? As her pregnancy and its looming consequences unfold, she realizes that her life of lies and secrets has only just begun.
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