Clouds of Heaven, Beings of Light

Non-Fiction - Religion/Philosophy
128 Pages
Reviewed on 02/23/2016
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Author Biography

Sharing my experience of waking up in our home is my humbled honor. I am so grateful the story will be available for everyone to experience Heaven with me.

I have enjoyed writing since I was very young. I started writing short stories and poems around the age of eight years old. Prior to that, I would recite little poems that my mother would write down for me.
I consider myself to be among the world’s down to earth, peace loving people. I love God, my family, and enjoy the outdoors and photography. I live a simple life in a small town in Central Valley California, where I share a home with two dogs, two turtles, one rabbit, and 6 cats. I have two grown daughters and five grandchildren. My family and I are very close knit; we pretty much do everything together. They are my best friends.
I have worked in the field of Information Technology for nearly twenty years. I have never considered myself a writer. When I read this story it does not seem I am the author at all. I enjoy sharing the inspiration that comes to me. There is much truth to share and so many ways to say it.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Tshombye K. Ware for Readers' Favorite

Clouds of Heaven, Beings of Light by Sharon Kay Casey is a wonderful, inspiring life story. The author’s vivid creation will place you in the events page by page. A passage from the introduction summarizes how we are all viewed in the eyes of the Father above. ‘We are all equal in the eyes of the Father. We are all equally loved beyond measure, equally given all that we need, equally filled with that which is of Him: light, life, and unconditional love that is forever eternal. This love has no beginning and it has no end.’

Each chapter is introduced by a title which captures the essence of that particular story. From reading, you can tell the author has had an up close and personal experience which has endowed her with a sense of purpose. In “The Laundromat,” she explains the opposition she overcame, to a certain degree, and her encounter with a stranger who changed the pace of her steps. As if inserting pieces of a puzzle, each chapter connects each story together to create an overview of inspiration. It is written as if one is telling a story face to face. You can feel the emotions of each story.

The author creates vivid images of heaven and outstanding descriptions as she narrates. I found myself smiling as I read certain parts more than once. There are so many authors out there who seek to touch people deeply with their work. This is one of those books that will touch you beyond the last page. I would recommend this book for anyone seeking an inspiring read that will touch the depth of your soul.