Interview with Author Anabelle Valenzuela Alarcon

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Author Anabelle Valenzuela Alarcon speaks with host Patrick Morgan about her book The Day an Angel Ran into My Room.

Book Synopsis:

Alessandra is a typical six-year-old, who one day meets an angel in her bedroom! Through this encounter, the little girl discovers her own power and magical inner world. This is the story of The Day an Angel Ran into My Room.

 

At bedtime, Alessandra asks her mother if she can stay up for “only five more minutes.” Then she gets an unlikely visitor: her guardian angel, Angelisse. The angel looks very much like a child herself, making it very easy for Alessandra to relate to her.

 

The angel explains to the little girl how important every person is in the universe, how every action causes a reaction, the importance of visualization, and many other magical things. The story teaches kids that they are never alone, since their guardian angels are always looking out after them, and that children have the power to change their world through their thoughts and actions.

 

Author Bio:

First-time author Anabelle Valenzuela-Alarcon grew up all over the world, including Europe, the United States and her native Honduras. For the past 18 years, she has lived in Miami with her family. She has worked in the communications field for the last 20 years. She was inspired to write this book by her kids.

 

Publisher’s website:

 http://sbpra.com/AnabelleValenzuela

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