This is what I wrote about it in Chapter 5 of the new book:
Abortion of one twin
I cut this paragraph out of the chapter and it looks very short, hardly enough to do justice to how it feels to be a womb twin survivor as a result of such a traumatic event.
I am pretty sure that my mother aborted my twin - not deliberately, you understand, she would have had no idea she was carrying twins. It took me until I was about 57 years old to get over it, but then I didn't realise I was a womb twin survivor until I was 55. But once I knew what the problem was I could begin to heal. The first step was to forgive my mother - oddly, it was the easiest step, for I know she had no idea what she had done and must have been most surprised when she found was still pregnant, after all that.
My story is the last chapter of A Silent Cry, if you want to know more. Its also available as a free download from here.
I hear from womb twin survivors from time to time who know (or have guessed) that this is what happened to them. One of those stories I adapted for this movie: