The Girl in the Purple Dress
Jo Horsley’s story begins as a small child being rocked by her mother, as she struggles to hand Jo to the adoption agency. Through school and work, heartbreak and marriage, love and loss, Jo discovers more about herself and builds a life which embraces all definitions of the word “family”. Her story hasn’t ended, and there is so much more to come...
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Join The Book Launch
December 3rd, 2021 @ 17:30 UK Time via Zoom
(register to get link on the day)
Joining Jo’s book launch will provide you with the opportunity to hear directly from Jo and learn what inspired her to write the "The Girl in the Purple Dress – My Adoption Story” and how she believes the book will positively impact many.
This is a unique opportunity to be one of the first to hear Jo read very poignant extracts from the book and it will give you the opportunity to interact with Jo and present questions to her.
By joining this call you will be playing a key role in helping set Jo’s book on the path for success. Success which she strongly believes will inspire, reassure and give hope to many others. You will also have the opportunity to be amongst the first to buy Jo’s book and Jo will be happy to sign copies of any books purchased on this very special launch day. In short this is a not to be missed launch party.
P.S. You are encouraged to bring a drink to toast the launch of "The Girl in the Purple Dress – My Adoption Story” by Jo Horsley.
About The Book
About The Author
Jo Horsley was born in 1969 and grew up in Hertfordshire having been adopted into a clergyman’s family with 6 other children. Jo went on to be a very successful and highly valued Nursery Nurse. Who then travelled internationally with her husband where she discovered a new love for helping others through teaching Pilates with a mission of helping others transform their bodies and lives. Jo eventually returned to the UK settling in Kendal, Cumbria. Where her daughter Emily and her granddaughter Daisy May now also live. Jo’s latest adventure will hopefully see her becoming an acclaimed author and a voice for the highly sensitive subject of adoption.