Her book is a celebration of all the world’s divine messengers and has been impressively researched and packed with knowledge about angels, including who or what they are; their purpose and origins and how to call upon them to guide and protect you, and even to steer you toward love and success.
During the interview, she retold a story of angel intervention. When her son was two-and-a-half, they lived outside a small village in France. While he napped in his bed next to open French windows on a warm summer day, she worked in the den. She heard the crunch of footsteps on her graveled driveway but didn’t see anyone out front, so she resumed her work. Soon, a knock brought her to the front door. When she opened it, to her amazement, her sleeping child lay in the arms of a very tall, broad-shoulder man with a kind face. She was in shock. What had happened? Her son must have crawled out his window. This would have put him in danger as a busy road, railroad tracks and a number of other hazards could have easily taken the child’s life. As she stood their speechless, the giant man placed the toddler in her arms and turned away. Still shocked, she shut the door, and then ran to the window to yell “thank you!” However, no one was there. Later she went into the small village trying to find the kind stranger. Because everyone knew everyone else, her quest to find the stranger proved futile. No one had seen him. As her son grew and began to talk, one day, he told Marie-Ange that “an angel saved my life.” Today he is 23 and still vows this to be true.
Later in the interview, she explained that angels are here to guide us. I have often been told by psychics that my arc angel is Raphael. In the interview Ms. Faugerolas explained that Raphael guides writers. I believe this to be true. Have I told you that I truly believe that angels inspired me to write Luke’s Tale? After all, it is the story of unconditional love. Doesn’t that go hand-in-hand with what we all believe angels represent? I dreamed about writing about Luke at least a year before I started it. The name of the book just popped into my head. Sometimes I would fall asleep and hear the plot line being whispered into my ears. Just me being creative, you say? I have to argue with you and say it was divinely inspired.
Anyway, I am fascinated by Marie-Ange Faugerolas’ book about angels. I plan to read it from cover-to-cover, because I am going to write about an angel-inspired character in Snow Blood 4. I think it will be helpful, don’t you? And, if you have an interest in all things angels, pick up a copy. Click on the book title above and read the 5-Star reviews. We all need positivity in our lives, and a little help from the angels should be greatly appreciated!
Til Next Time,