. . . and it seems we won't buy Anita Tedaldi's book, either. Two hundred twenty-six people voted in the poll asking whether you'd buy a book by her about her disruption experience (at the time I formulated the poll, I didn't realize her upcoming book was a parenting manual!). Over 90% of respondents said they would not buy her book, 3% said they would buy the book, and 5% answered "maybe."
No surprise, eh? If she does decide to write about her disruption experience, maybe a publisher will do a little marketing survey among adoptive parents and think twice before offering her a contract.