Friday, February 24, 2017


Dreams can and do connect you to your loved ones that have passed. Here is my recent experience:

I dreamt about a 10-11 year old girl who had died. I looked at her young, serene face and felt grieved. Then my father appeared in my dream. He died 30 years ago and haven't dreamt of him in a long time. 

In the dream I said, "There's a little girl coming over. Will you greet her and help her feel loved?" 

He replied, "Yes, I know. She's with me and I love her."

When I woke-up I reflected on that dream. Simple, clear while having a strong message. 

My mother died five months ago at the age of 96. My father wasn't an easy husband. About a few years back she had said,  "I don't want to die because I don't want to see your father." She was still angry with him.

They had a long marriage and knew each other since she was 12, and he, 16 - he was best friend's with her brother. My father was strong-willed and aggressive, my mother a gentle, sunny soul.

Before my mother died (I write about this glorious vision in my book, “How to Talk With Spirits: Séances,Mediums, Ghost Hunts”), I had a vision of her 10-11 years of age, an image later supported by an old photographed. She crossed over as that young girl image. I would learn that a niece also had a very similar vision.

My dream comforted me they are together, bathed in loving support. She has found peace.

Dear readers, after a loved one has passed and you wish for communication pay attention to your dreams. He or she will no doubt make a connection with you. And why? It's easier than when you are in an awakened state. If you think that spirits do not communicate but you dream of a dead person, I hope at least it's a comforting source.

I cover more about this and how to communicate with spirits in my book. In my novel, "The Skye in June", a young character has spirit visions.

To learn about my books and me please see june ahern dot com. My books are available on Amazon,, Barnes&Noble and through my website.

Wednesday, February 22, 2017


Haven't been blogging for a while. Busy little beaver I am putting together my How to Talk With Spirits for a print edition. The eBook doing really well, time for those who desire print versions. I've also applied to speak in 2018 at San Miguel Writers' Conference as well at Lily Dale, New York. Exciting!!! Wish me LUCK!

Besides writing about ghosts and spirits, I've enjoyed fictional writing with two books for your pleasure. The Skye in June the first very well read book, good reviews. And below, the second novel.

In my beloved city San Francisco, come with me and I'll show you some sights during the late 1960's. 

TO THE FREE Kindle (2/22 to 2/26/17) of my novel:  City of Redemption - When
Flower Power turns to Fire Power. A true history lesson in the underbelly of Summer of Love, betrayal, plots, love, drugs, sex and murders. What more could one want? Liz MacKay our main character, but there are other memorable ones, is a liar. She'll say whatever she needs to get her way. Then her young son is kidnapped and her lies lead to grave consequences.

It's groovy, mind blowing and farout....characters are believable. 

Please leave a review if you do read it. Thank you. 

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More about the story:
Partly to blame for her young son's death and abandoned by her husband, Liz Mackay leaves Scotland in disgrace, hoping for a second chance at love and life. Arriving in San Francisco during the Summer of Love, she soon joins a commune. Her new family is a curious mix: Black Panthers trying to change the world, a Vietnam vet seeking inner peace, a flamboyant hairdresser ready for fame and love, a flower child and her drug dealer boyfriend who changes girlfriends often. At first, Liz is happy to have found a welcoming home, but as her new roommates pry into her mysterious past Liz's search for a "jolly good time" brings more grief and a worsening drug addiction. Embroiled in a plot to bring down the Black Panthers, she looks for a way to redeem herself for her part in her son's death. Sharing her fears, she is told, "Keep your mouth shut." Can she save her friends or will she just watch her commune family break apart? No one expects anything heroic from Liz. “City of Redemption” is a vividly recounted story of lies, betrayal, sex, drugs and murder takes place during an unforgettable time and place in history.

My other books are on and on (only non-fictions How to Talk With Spirits & The Timeless Counselor: The Best Guide to a Psychic Reading.

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