A Legendary Story of Perseverance.
Born without a name, Diamond Mike Watson had two moms. His adoptive mother raised him from birth. His birthmother remained a mystery. From the age of seventeen, Watson's quest was to find the missing link to his past.
He narrates the colorful voyage leading to the discovery of his birth family. The conclusion of Watson's journey unfolds into the beginning of yet another- the search for his missing sister.
In addition to his previous autobiography, Moon Over Mountains holds nothing back, revealing
- never-before published photographs
- his birthmother's wedding license application
- rejection letters from state officials
- his original birth certificate
- and court documents revealing the intimate history of his birthmother
The struggle is not over for adoptees who are searching for their origins. Moon Over Mountains allows the reader to peer into the mind of the author who was left in the darkness of ancestral bewilderment.
Watson believes the knowledge of one's birth origins is an unconditional gift. He also presents the idea that the sacred title of mom should be reserved for the one who loves us and instructs our footsteps throughout life.