Ann Hughes


About the Author
Ann has always loved to read and write. From an early age she loved getting lost in a novel. She has been an educator and writer for over twenty years. She loves to write in several genres including poetry,songs,fiction,screenplays, children’s plays, inspirational/spiritual, and non fiction. Her most recent book, “Better Parenting Today ” has just been published. She is the mother of five children and seven grandchildren. She lives with her husband, three cats, three horses, and a dog, in Bluffdale Utah.Her other interests include composing on the piano and the guitar, traveling,film-making,horses,cats, and thinking. You can visit her on her blog “Aimhighbooksann”.or her Email at

Smashwords Interview

What do you read for pleasure?
Bookstores are one of my favorite places. I'll go to a bookstore once or twice a week. My tastes are varied in books. I love all the different sections of a books store and explore things in Biographies, New Fiction, Classic Fiction, Non-fiction, Self Improvement, New Age, and Religion. I also check out the best sellers.
When did you first start writing?
I have always enjoyed writing but really started to write a lot more in my late twenties. I seemed to tap into my right brain about then. A writing teacher I took a class from told me I write in a form called "Stream of Consciousness" and that it was a gift and couldn't be taught how to do it. When I write, I see it like I am watching a movie and I write down the scenes I see. In my twenties all these stories started just coming into my head. I guess it was just my muses coming to motivate me to write.
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Where to buy in print


Better Parenting Today
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 21,250. Language: English. Published: March 27, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Parenting » Reference, Nonfiction » Relationships & Family » Parenting / child rearing
Better Parenting Today outlines the responsibilities parents have to help our children in these perilous times. Children are bombarded with many influences which are very counter productive to their mental, physical and emotional well being. We must accept the responsibility of parenting - to effect the future of society and be an advocate and guide to the world’s greatest asset, our children.