nadean in the media

No Stone Unturned Featured in First for Women Magazine
First for Women Magazine

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Mother's Day Weekend in the Hamptons
Bedside Reading

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.

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Nadean Stone on Legal Management Talk
Discussing No Stone Unturned with Nadean Stone, CLM, MBA
Legal Management Talk Podcast

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.

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ALA Member Pens Memoir
ALA Association of Legal Administrators

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…

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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.

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Author leaves no stone unturned in search of the truth
University of Windsor Alumni e-News

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.

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Nadean Stone University of Windsor Alumni Association
Nadean Stone in the Parklander
No Stone Unturned: A Remarkable Journey to Identity by Nadean Stone
The Parklander July 2019 Issue

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.

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Grand Isle Author Publishes Memoir
The Islander July 23, 2019 Issue PAGE 5

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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Nadean Stone in the Islander Newspaper
Nadean Stone at Phoenix Books
Nadean Stone at Phoenix Books

My first bookstore in Burlington VT, Phoenix Books, with Manager Tod Gross.