• Jennifer Asher

Welcome to the journey!

I have written a book called Journey To My Daughter. It is the story of how my husband Marc and I found and adopted our oldest chid, Hilary. It details our experience with miscarriage as well as everything we went through to find Hilary through adoption. It includes our first introduction to adoption, the mundane process of gathering paperwork and completing a homestudy, a failed adoption attempt that included a frenetic last-minute trip to Hanoi, Vietnam, and eventually the placement of Hilary and actually bringing her home.


Beyond the physical journey, however, is my spiritual journey of learning to listen to the universe and follow the signs which should have helped me to realize when I was following a path not meant for me.


My current journey of getting this book published is proving to be quite exciting in itself and I’m so happy to include all of you in this experience! This week I finished and submitted all of the raw footage for my book video trailer. I can’t wait for you to see the finished product. I will definitely share it here first.


In July, I will be launching my actual pre-sale campaign. I will include more specific details in the coming weeks as I learn them, but this is when it gets even more real. This launch will be for a 30-day campaign to pre-sell the book, meaning you will actually be able to pre-order a signed copy!


I can’t believe this is all really happening and I can’t thank every one of you enough for supporting me through this process. Your encouraging comments, messages and “likes” are what have gotten me this far. Thank you so much!


Jennifer Rose Asher

July 9, 2021

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