A light-hearted view of daily life as a Korean adoptee
Online PR News – 17-April-2014 – Frisco, Texas – Frisco, TX, April 15 – Kim Fenneman’s debut memoir, Corn-fed with Rice on the Side, is a collection of stories about growing up as Korean adoptee. It chronicles the daily life of an adoptee from a light-hearted and humorous perspective.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to grow up being adopted? What are some of the challenges the child, siblings and parents face? Or what it’s like growing up in a family that doesn’t look like you? Adoptees (both domestic and international) will find strength and self-assurance in these relatable stories that provide hope, joy and inspiration. It will also provide great awareness and understanding to non-adoptees in how they see, interact and communicate with adoptees in the future.
Kim Fenneman was born in Seoul, South Korea, but grew up on a dairy farm in northeastern Iowa. She was adopted as an infant and moved to the suburbs of Dallas, Texas as a young child where she has spent most of her life. She is a senior-level Marketing Manager by day and first time author by night. She considers herself a “Jill of all trades.”
Corn-fed with Rice on the Side is published by Fairway Press in Lima, Ohio. Kim Fenneman can be contacted at email@example.com. For more information about the author or to purchase the book, go to www.kimfenneman.com.