Someone sent this book to me, and this was the pitch, in part:
Author Irene Vilar is a successful and beautiful mother of two; grand-daughter of famed Puerto Rican activist Lolita Lebron. She finished high school at 15, became an academic star at Syracuse, and distinguished herself in publishing as a top acquisitions editor, literary agent and chair for a major non-profit. Hidden beneath her success however, was a life marred by 15 abortions in 16 years, the result of a complex addiction, years of manipulation and abuse, dysfunctional relationships and depression.
I’m going to start reading it shortly for review, it sounds compelling and controversial, and if you want to read along you can buy the book and share you thoughts, too. It’ll be cool to hear other people chime in. The book is on sale on Amazon here: Impossible Motherhood: Testimony of an Abortion Addict