Julia Brewer Daily began her career in Marketing, but she always knew she had a story to tell. Now in her 60s, Julia recently published her debut novel, NO NAMES TO BE GIVEN, a semi-autobiographical account of adoption practices years ago. In this episode, Annmarie and Julia discuss the heartache, love, and joy involved both in loving a child and letting her go.
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Artists and Titles Discussed in This Episode:
No Names to Be Given, by Julia Brewer Daily
The Last Flight, by Julie Clark
Olympus, Texas, by Stacey Swann
Blackbird and A Hard Day’s Night, by The Beatles
Trailer for the 1956 movie Giant
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