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Andrew Christopher Branham (born October 27, 1975) is an American author and business executive who resides in Jackson, Michigan. 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.  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. The book has been credited as being one of the first to highlight many flaws in the U.S. adoption system. 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. Parched received rave reviews on many top websites and received a glowing review by Kirkus Reviews. Template:Primary source inline In May 2016, Parched, became a top 10 best seller in the post-apocalyptic category on several major book sellers. 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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- Parched by Andrew Branham | Kirkus Reviews.
- Branham, Andrew C. (2016-04-14). Parched. Ant Press.