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Julia Brewer Daily

Julia Brewer Daily is a Texan with a southern accent. She taught at every level from kindergarten to university and even shadowed Martha Stewart. She is a member of the Writers’ League of Texas, the Women Fiction Writers’ Association, the San Antonio Writers’ Guild, and the Women’s National Book Association. Her debut novel, No Names to Be Given, is about three women in 1967 who relinquished their babies for adoption in a maternity home in New Orleans. 25 years later, a blackmailer threatens to expose their secrets…all the way to the White House. A thread of memoir runs through the story because Daily was an adopted child from a maternity home in New Orleans.