J. (June) Ahern, like her main characters in her novel, "The Skye in June"and "City of Redemption" was born in Glasgow, Scotland and in the mid-1950's immigrated to San Francisco, California. Like the MacDonald family in her book, she too lived on Liberty and Castro Streets. The family home is still owned by a sister. Along with her seven siblings Ms. Ahern attended parochial school in one of San Francisco's most famous neighborhoods - Eureka Valley - known now to many as "The Castro". Her parents owned the Callaghan's Village Fish n' Chips Shop 18th and Castro Streets.
For over thirty years Ms. Ahern as a Life Coach Intuitive Arts Mentor, Certified Hypnotherapist, teacher and author has taught many people to manifest their visions to fulfillment. Her appearances on television and radio, teaching at the Learning Annex and along with her book, "The Timeless Counselor: The Best Guide to a Successful Psychic Reading" the number one seller by an unknown author at the 1991 Whole Life Expo in New York where she was a featured speaker, has earned her national and international notice. It continues to sell with positive reviews.
"The Timeless Counselor" is a complete consumer's guide to receiving the fullest benefits from a psychic reading.
Her novel "The Skye in June: is receiving an overwhelming five star reviews. All books are ebooks and paperbacks.
She now divides her time between her beloved San Francisco and home on the coast in California with her husband, cat and horses. She happily says that her life is full and blessed. Ms. Ahern is writing another novel with a screenplay of same story.
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Smashwords book reviews by June Ahern
- March like an Egyptian
on Feb. 02, 2011
Timely for the present political and social upheaval. In very simple and short way, the story is told as a picture is painted.
- Smashwords Book Marketing Guide
on March 05, 2011
Always looking for marketing tips and have learned some from this book; ones I'm ready to act on now! Simple, fast read. Thank you, MC, for what you are doing to support and encourage all authors, Indie's (like me) and traditional published ones too.
- Vitriol (English Edition)
on May 31, 2011
V.I.T.R.I.O.L. by French author Anne de Gandt, is poetic story about a young woman struggling to have a full and meaningful life. Alas, she is held captive to her past, but cannot identify or articulate the demon holding her prisoner, keeping her from happiness and success. I had struggled with the French version with my limited French and was very happy to see an English translation. I reread within one day because I wanted to keep with the entire flow of this book, as flows so beautifully. One sentence opens to the next in such a way that it is difficult to put down. The story provoked a realization within me that perhaps it was time I too examined emotions that held me back -- ones that might keep me from living fully. The story is about a young woman who is stuck in her memories of childhood abuse. Her soul is empty, or so she feels, and her life is full of agony. She is lost in fearful images and, in the author's words, "in Hell". My heartstrings were tugged and pulled until I opened to look w within my own soul. The author stroked my soul with her vivid words. Beautiful well-written and poetic and at times, eerie. Ms. de Gandt is truly a fantastic writer who can creates a sense of romance, whilst also providing a story that is oddly frightening to one's senses. By the end I was feeling deeply fulfilled. ".. in the space of a promise finally kept." I look forward to more English translations of her writings.
- Emma & Her Forever Person
on June 08, 2011
A cute very short children's story. I am a horse owner of a rescue horse that can't be ridden due to previous owner's negelect. I took her knowing that and yes, now that I'm forever person, she has transformed and is this is the message, I think, in this story. A message about, not only a horse wanting loving care (and they do) but a child. Good message. What I would have like more with this story was pictures. I think pictures, drawing or even photos would make a child much more interested in it. The subject matter could open up a dialogue to teach a child to be more aware of those needing compassion.
- Rocky Road
on March 06, 2012
A delightful collection of short stories for author Louisa Dang. Each written so well I felt a connection to the characters in a short time with a few words. "Candles and enlightenment For Sale", a laugh at the psychic fairs I've been to. Then a sweetness with Darlene and Earl's experience. The stories are a bit quirky with colorful fun wording. I forgot how fun it was to read short stories. I look forward to more of Ms. Dang's short or longer stories.
- The Secrets to Ebook Publishing Success
on April 26, 2012
I appreciate the book, Mark. It supported and encouraged the writer while giving valid points and suggestions about marketing. In the 22 years of self publishing (two and one to come) I thought I knew it all, but, no! learned a bit more from your book. I envisioned the other authors I know who reading and improving their writing and marking skills. Thank you for it.