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Since 1975 June Ahern has taught many people to manifest their visions into fulfillment through her professional practices as a psychic/medium, life coach and metaphysical teacher. Although, June retired in 2014 from private psychic sessions she continues to take part in ghost hunts with The Haunted Bay: Paranormal SF and Beyond as seen on Youtube. June has authored four books and written two screenplays. Her novels "The Skye in June" and "City of Redemption" are set in Scotland and San Francisco, California. Upon popular demand Ms. Ahern is writing the sequel to "The Skye in June." Her appearances on television and radio, teaching at the Learning Annex, and along with her consumer's guide, "The Timeless Counselor: The Best Guide to a Successful Psychic Reading" has earned her national and international notice in her metaphysical and paranormal profession. The book was a number one seller by an unknown author at the New York 1991 Whole Life Expo where she was a featured speaker. Her book, "How to Talk with Spirits: Seances, Mediums, Ghost Hunts", answers many questions posed her from the curious living about the dead as well as June's unique experiences with spirit communication. Her books receive overwhelmingly positive reviews. Radio shows can be found at her website on media page. As her novels' main characters, June was born in Glasgow, Scotland before emigrating to San Francisco. She grew up in a district that was to become world-known as the colorful "Castro." She now lives on the California coast with her husband, cat and horses. June happily says her life is full and blessed.
on March 03, 2015 :
My growing up times in San Francisco were relived through June Ahern's "City of Redemption" She hit it right on the head histrionically with both social and political changes. It's a groovy- malicious and groovy-delicious, excellent novel. Great characters - strong women who fight for what they know is right on. The main character LIz, fights to save her soul after her role in her young son's murder her "flatmate" to Black Panther queen, Toni - keeping her BP boyfriend motivated and moving forward. The whole scene is right out of the 1960's with it's real events, real issues, and changing attitudes. It was hard to put down after I got in the flow between different time frames (starts inn early 1980's and goes back to Scotland, then San Francisco) and characters, but once into it, all was reasonable and smooth reading. I can see this as a movie, it's that true with the great characters. "City of Redemption" is a WOW book! Hope there's a movie coming out - or a TV series would be farout!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)