Andrew Branham

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Andrew Christopher Branham (born October 27, 1975) is an American author and business executive who resides in Jackson, Michigan.[1] He was born in Lorain, Ohio and graduated from Bowling Green State University. He is the author of both fiction and non-fiction with his first memoir debuting in 2015 and his first fiction book in 2016. In 2015, after enduring a terrifying same-sex adoption with his long-time partner, he released his first book entitled, Anything for Amelia. [2] The book detailed their 206-day journey through what many called one of the most difficult adoptions in the United States. The book received a warm reception and was featured on many websites, blogs, and talk shows.[citation needed] The book has been credited as being one of the first to highlight many flaws in the U.S. adoption system. [3]Template:Unreliable sourceIn 2016, after a year of writing, Andrew released his first fiction book called, Parched. The post-apocalyptic and dystopian novel was inspired by the extreme drought conditions that occurred while the family resided in Livermore, California. Andrew wanted to create a story that opened up discussion about climate change in a mainstream novel.[4] Parched received rave reviews on many top websites and received a glowing review by Kirkus Reviews. [5]Template:Primary source inline In May 2016, Parched,[6] became a top 10 best seller in the post-apocalyptic category on several major book sellers.[citation needed] In addition to publishing two novels, he has also contributed to many websites, newspapers, and publications. He is married to his long-time partner, David and the couple has a young daughter. Together the family resides on a 40 acre ranch in Blackman township in Jackson County, Michigan.

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  5. Parched by Andrew Branham | Kirkus Reviews.
  6. Branham, Andrew C. (2016-04-14). Parched. Ant Press.
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