Author will share her story and sign copies of Delivering Hope on Saturday May 1st in El Cajon
May 1, 2010 (El Cajon) -- Ten years ago, Pamela MacPhee offered to become her very own human biology experiment by carrying a baby for her cousin’s wife, who was devastated by infertility from cervical cancer. MacPhee successfully delivered a healthy baby girl, named Hope, to the couple in May of 2000—born one day after Mother’s Day.
After fielding thousands of questions from friends, family and strangers about surrogacy, she decided to put her surrogacy story down on paper to share her experience with a broader audience.
On Saturday, May 1st from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm, MacPhee will be at the Borders at 159 Fletcher Parkway in El Cajon to share and sign copies of the resulting memoir, Delivering Hope.
The mystery and magic of the miracle of surrogacy awes people, touches their souls and stimulates their curiosity. In Delivering Hope, MacPhee creates a fascinating, intimate memoir, sharing the anxieties, hopes, struggles and joys of her journey to give her cousin and his wife the gift of a child.