Stone’s interesting and sometimes harrowing life story dominates the first part of the book. But beginning at Chapter 28 on page 181 the search is on where it chronicles the use of DNA to find Stone’s birth parents. In sharing her journey, Stone says her goal is to inspire readers to find faith, hope and the courage to persevere, despite the odds.
nadean in the media
Review: No Stone Unturned: A Remarkable Journey to Identity
TaleFlick, a Los Angeles company which launched in 2018, curates full-length fiction and non-fiction books, as well as unproduced screenplays into a searchable library for producers and development executives around the world. Taleflick read and reviewed my memoir and recommended it for development.
Philomena meets Lion in this captivating memoir—the story of an orphan abandoned on Christmas Eve by her young, unwed mother and the 44year journey undertaken to find her utilizing DNA technology and innovative detective skills.
What We Liked
This memoir represents a remarkably compelling and emotional story. The protagonist is determined and courageous, yet at the same time so much of her strength comes from her deep feelings. The willingness and ability of the author to share with the audience the vulnerability in her own story is what truly makes this a must read. She is honest and heartfelt on every page, and it effortlessly sweeps the reader along for the ride. The anecdotes within are at turns comedic and tragic, and they’re all unique and specific to her experience. This is a story that will stick with you.
A Village of DNA Cousins: How my DNA relatives became my search-support tribe
Adopted.com, an organization in Canada that seeks to reunite family members has become a one-stop solution for everyone in the pursuit of their biological relatives without the hassles of going through government organizations or hiring a private investigator, while also completely preserving privacy and preferences.
Adopted.com was so taken with the incredible support I received during my search and with the “Village of Cousins” that they asked me to share my experience with their readers.
Book Trailer—No Stone Unturned: A Remarkable Journey to Identity
Excited to share Book Trailer for my memoir No Stone Unturned; A Remarkable Journey to Identity.
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Thank you, Nadean
November is National Adoption month.
305 Hive a newsletter about happenings in Miami FL featured No Stone Unturned in its November issue.
Leading Croatian newspaper Jutarnji List Sunday Feature of No Stone Unturned
Croatia Business Report Feature of No Stone Unturned
The National Federation of Croatian Americans recently had a book club webinar (above) featuring three Croatian American authors:
Ottessa Moshfegh, author of Death in Her Hands
Nadean Stone, author of No Stone Unturned: A Remarkable Journey To Identity.
Catherine Kapphahn, author of Immigrant Daughter: Stories You Never Told Me.
All three talk about their books came about, and give insights into their works. Well worth watching.
YouTube Author Presentation Hosted by NFCA
Steve Rukavina, President of NFCA, invited me to participate in a Zoom Happy Hour Book Club event featuring 3 Croatian American authors.
I am the middle author in the presentation which starts at 13 minutes into the video. The other 2 authors are very interesting. There is a Q&A at the end of the presentation.
Croatian-American Book Club & Happy Hour Invitation
I was invited to participate in a Croatian Author Book Club Happy Hour event hosted by the National Federation of Croatian Americans Cultural Foundation.
NFCACF is a non-profit organization dedicated to globally promoting the interest of the Croatian people.
The NFCA is the national umbrella organization established in 1993 for Croatian Americans, related professional associations, and the many fraternal lodges that collectively represent approximately 90,000 members. For individual membership and chapter information, recent newsletters, opportunities to donate and join the NFCA, and other Croatian American news and information about our advocacy work for the Croatian American community, please visit our web site: www.nfcacf.org .
Total Croatia News Article
Steve Rukavina, President of NFCACF – National Federation of Croatian Americans Cultural Foundation interviewed Nadean Stone for a feature article in Total Croatia News, TCN.
TCN, is a daily news portal in English covering news, views and events from Croatia and Croatian communities abroad.
Barnes & Noble Coral Springs FL Hosts Book Reading and Signing for No Stone Unturned
McMaster University features No Stone Unturned in Monthly Eblast
Nadean spent 44 years searching for her birth mother, challenging the current law in Ontario regarding non-adoptees’ access to their birth records. She is currently looking to transform her memoir No Stone Unturned: A Remarkable Journey To Identity into a screenplay and is working on a series of children’s stories about her adventures on her grandmother’s farm.
McMaster University profiles Alum Nadean Stone ’76 in University Newsletter, Maroon
Nadean spent 44 years searching for her birth mother, challenging the current law in Ontario Canada regarding non-adoptees’ access to their birth records. She is currently exploring the transformation of her memoir No Stone Unturned: A Remarkable Journey To Identity into a screenplay and is also working on a series of children’s stories about her adventures on her grandmother’s farm.
Barnes & Noble Burlington VT Hosts Book Reading and Signing for No Stone Unturned.
Seven Days VT Newspaper Announces No Stone Unturned
In 1952, a Canadian couple adopted a baby girl from a Catholic hospital in Blind River, Ont. That child grew up to be Nadean Stone, an MBA and broadcast media professional eager to find her birth family.
Author Nadean Stone releases her first book inspiring others to persevere
Nadean Stone of the author of “No Stone Unturned: A Remarkable Journey to Identity.” She talks about her 44 year search for her birth parents and never giving up.
No Stone Unturned Featured in First for Women Magazine
FIRST for Women is a national consumer magazine that delivers positive info on everything from health and nutrition to beauty and fitness to home and family. Look for it at the grocery store checkout and in superstores like Walmart.
Mother's Day Weekend in the Hamptons
Bedside Reading®, the luxury hotel amenity that places complimentary books by the bedside each summer in luxury hotels and boutique properties in The Hamptons celebrates all moms this year with its special mom-inspired book collection. From May 8-11, give mom gifts she will long remember – getaways, books of all genres, and treats! No Stone Unturned is one of Bedside Reading’s selected Mother’s Day Weekend Books.
Jane Ubell-Meyer, Founder, Bedside Reading states, “We are happy to share that little extra something for the moms in all of our lives with our special Mother’s Day collection for this special day and weekend. Reading is a form of self-care and we want to give that gift to our moms!
Is the Movie next for No Stone Unturned?
Nadean Stone of the author of No Stone Unturned: A Remarkable Journey to Identity. She talks about her 44 year search for her birth parents and never giving up.
Discussing No Stone Unturned with Nadean Stone, CLM, MBA
ALA member Nadean Stone, CLM, MBA, describes what it’s like to publish her first book, titled No Stone Unturned: A Remarkable Journey to Identity. She talks about translating painful experiences into a memoir and how her professional background and network of legal management professionals inspire her to keep fighting for justice.
ALA Member Pens Memoir
Nadean Stone, CLM, MBA, is a member of the South Florida Chapter, and recently released her memoir, No Stone Unturned: A Remarkable Journey to Identity, which follows her search for her birth parents. Between 1945 and 1973, about 350,000 unmarried Canadian mothers were persuaded, coerced or forced into giving their babies up for adoption. Many babies, like Nadean, were illegally given away…
Vermont author shares story of search for birth records
Ten years ago, Ontario became Canada’s fourth province to approve open records. These records include a citizen’s right to view adoption papers. But there is still a catch: Only people who have been legally adopted may view the records.
Author leaves no stone unturned in search of the truth
Between 1945 and 1973 approximately 350,000 unmarried Canadian mothers were persuaded, coerced or forced to give up their babies for adoption. Author Nadean Stone BA ’73 was one of those babies. In her debut novel No Stone Unturned she writes about her 44-year search for her birth mother.
No Stone Unturned: A Remarkable Journey to Identity by Nadean Stone
If ever a cable series suggested its own sequel that promised to be just as or more captivating than the original, A Handmaid’s Tale would be it. And local writer Nadean Stone has provided a true-life look at how such a shocking dystopia can play out in the next generation.
Grand Isle Author Publishes Memoir
What Google Earth accomplished for Saroo Brierley in the movie Lion, DNA research did for Nadean Stone.
No Stone Unturned: A Remarkable Journey To Identity relates the 44-year search Nadean Stone’s birth parents and so much more. It is a strong character driven memoir of a child who is presented with numerous exceptionally challenging life experiences.
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My first bookstore in Burlington VT, Phoenix Books, with Manager Tod Gross.