Marie-Ange Faugérolas is an award-winning French author, speaker and screenwriter.
Marie-Ange was named by her beloved grandmother after a popular Corsican name meaning Mary Angel, opening the way to what became a life filled with spirituality. At the age of four, she had her first contact with angels who filled her heart with love and light. Since then, Marie-Ange has developed her gift to find people’s personal angels.
She has a degree in Art and Archeology from the Sorbonne in Paris. She worked as a teacher for seven years, ran a successful seminar company and continues to conduct workshops to help others connect to angels.
Marie-Ange published more than 13 books, ranging from epic period piece, historical romance, supernatural drama, suspense as well as self-help, esoteric and spiritual non-fictions. In 2003, she won the Jury Award of the Literary Prize organized by the Ministry of Interior of France in association with the National Gendarmerie for Le Quadrille des Épatants. Her biography of Théophile Gautier: l’homme des femmes won the Award of Excellence at the Étretat Literary competition.
A mother of five, she currently lives in Los Angeles where she conducts workshops, group meditations, and writes her angel books.
Her main goal is to help others find love, fulfill their dreams and achieve their destiny.