Sarah Salmon is an Australian writer who lived in Asia for fifteen years, during which time she and her husband adopted two children from Cambodia. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication, majoring in journalism from the University of Technology, Sydney. Sarah has written feature articles on infertility and adoption for The Sun-Herald magazine, opinion pieces for Mamamia and published short stories in the anthologies Tales of Two Cities and Rojak. The Red Thread is her debut memoir.
The Red Thread
The Red Thread is the true story of an expat woman’s struggle to complete her family while living in India.After shunning infertility treatment and adopting her first child, Sarah knows that family is created from love not DNA, so she sets out to replicate the fairy-tale experience of her daughter...