Someone recently asked me why I write about what I write about. So here it is, my favorite topic: We are…..big…..so big…..truly big. We are magnificent. We are amazing. We always have been and we always will be.

So many of us humans love to play small so often, but we certainly don’t serve the world from that space. How we can access that bigness for the benefit of all?

Two of the heroines in my books, Mary Magdalene and Catriona (of SPELLWEAVER), play it big and beautiful, and they serve as examples. Jack and Emily, the stars of ANGELS ON OVERTIME, are just regular folks who come to discover their awesomeness. My first book, Visioning, explores how we all can best serve the world, which starts with answering the call within.


Another thing I love to write about is, well, love! Love of self, love of life, love of another. Another great love of mine is helping people find their true love, their twin flame.

My friends call me an amazing, master manifester. One time a friend asked, “Ann, what do you want?” It was one of those moments. I said, “More than anything in the world, I want to go around the world.” She didn’t tell me I’m crazy or to get serious, that kind of thing. No, instead she said, “Get your passport. Write your itinerary.” The next thing I knew I was headed off around the world.

I’m very good at manifesting very loving husbands – well, two, anyway, and not at the same time! Before my big trip, another friend asked, “What do you want out of this trip?” “A husband!” I answered. I was kidding, but Life took me seriously. I came home with a husband.

When that relationship had gone its course and we outgrew each other, I was very clear that I wanted “a husband, a family, and a home filled with love, light and laughter.” Check, check, check.


So. Much. Love.

People who’ve had near-death experiences come back and talk about the Love – with a capital L. Mediums who come back with messages from the other side say that the main thing our loved ones want to convey is how much love there is, how much love we are.

I had a death experience once. I felt myself being swooshed up – very technical term, I know – in a…..vortex…..of……pure love. So much love. I felt other souls around me being taken up in the vortex, too.

Our job is to live in that place of love – no matter who’s in office, no matter what’s going on in the world, before the tragedy hits that calls for outpourings of love. Light up the supermarket. Light up the office. Listen. Love. Repeat.