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“Icon: The Path” is a must-read work of fiction that shares a journey of spiritual and personal growth. When Jessica discovers that her parents are leaving the country to go to her father’s homeland, she learns that she must start a new life with their relatives – a bishop and his wife. As Jessica prepares to move in with her new family, she must prepare herself to face uncertainty in a new life filled with change.

For Jessica, it seems difficult and scary to live with a family full of Godly people. Although she is excited, she also is afraid about coping and adjusting to a new life and home. Is it going to be a year or two? Are they going to like and accept her in their rich and spiritual home? Can she pursue her old hobbies? She must answer these questions and look within as she prepares to live with icons in a Christian household.

Fairgoer610
Hello heart
Fairgoer744
How long did it takes you to finish it?
Fairgoer746
How many hours a day do you write?
Fairgoer680
hello
Fairgoer680
I Luv the illustration of ur book.
Fairgoer788
I'm glad that we replay the video. I'm proud of you Anna. Keep it going. 😘
Marco
How do you select the names of your characters?
Marco
Yes, we can see it Anna.
Fairgoer744
Hi Anna smile Good to see you again smile
Gladys
Good morning Anna!
Mike
Hi Anna.
Gladys
Are you planning to write another book?
Fairgoer1146
Hi Anna glad to see you again! What are your aspirations when you wrote the book?
Fairgoer1146
Hi Anna hopefully we can see you in person. I'd like to get a copy of your book in-love
Fairgoer748
Hi, Anna. I really admire your beauty. love it!
Fairgoer748
By the way, from where you came from?
Fairgoer748
I experience bullying in the school that it came to the point that I don't want to go see anyone.
Fairgoer748
bye, Anna. I will see you soon beautiful.
Fairgoer748
We all facing struggle specially these days of pandemic
Fairgoer748
Yes, we all need to stay strong and happy.
Fairgoer383
How old are you when you transferred to another home?
Fairgoer383
Just checked your book today smile
Fairgoer748
is your book relates the situation to these days in pandemic?
Fairgoer748
how did you get all your idea to complete this book?
Fairgoer383
do you consider writing a book as a form of an art?
Fairgoer1832
Thank you for choosing to share that quote to us! I truly love it.
Kim
First time to visit your booth. Tell us the process how you come up with the cover.
Kim
I think it has a deeper meaning behind.
Kim
Figures! I love it. So artistic!
Fairgoer1832
Wow! I'm at a loss for words on how you come up with the cover.
Fairgoer1857
If your book was to be made into a movie, would you be starring in it?
Fairgoer1832
Are you working on anything at the present you would like to share with your readers about?
Fairgoer1832
Where do you draw inspiration from?
Kim
What was your favorite part, and your least part, of the publishing journey?
Fairgoer1832
Thank you. 30 minutes was just too fast. We'll see you tomorrow.
Mario-RM
Very nice story smile I wanna get copy of your book.
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“Icon: The Path” is a must-read work of fiction that shares a journey of spiritual and personal growth. When Jessica discovers that her parents are leaving the country to go to her father’s homeland, she learns that she must start a new life with their relatives – a bishop and his wife. As Jessica prepares to move in with her new family, she must prepare herself to face uncertainty in a new life filled with change.

For Jessica, it seems difficult and scary to live with a family full of Godly people. Although she is excited, she also is afraid about coping and adjusting to a new life and home. Is it going to be a year or two? Are they going to like and accept her in their rich and spiritual home? Can she pursue her old hobbies? She must answer these questions and look within as she prepares to live with icons in a Christian household.

Icon: The Path

“Icon: The Path” is a must-read work of fiction that shares a journey of spiritual and personal growth. When Jessica discovers that her parents are leaving the country to go to her father’s homeland, she learns that she must start a new life with their relatives – a bishop and his wife. As Jessica prepares to move in with her new family, she must prepare herself to face uncertainty in a new life filled with change.

For Jessica, it seems difficult and scary to live with a family full of Godly people. Although she is excited, she also is afraid about coping and adjusting to a new life and home. Is it going to be a year or two? Are they going to like and accept her in their rich and spiritual home? Can she pursue her old hobbies? She must answer these questions and look within as she prepares to live with icons in a Christian household.