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Aunt Sadie's Angel

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Old and ready to die, Sadie Montgomery has no guardian angel to help her transition from mortal to immortal. Her rapid physical decline brings several angels to her bedside but none of them are hers. They are too young to be responsible for guarding Sadie and, try as they might, they cannot figure out who is. But it's just as well since Sadie refuses to go with them until ...more
Paperback, 234 pages
Published November 25th 2015 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Jan 28, 2016 rated it really liked it
What is heaven really like? Some have described it as paradise, others as a place unknown to worry or suffering. But in Lisa-Jane Erwin’s Aunt Sadie’s Angel, an entirely different perspective is presented – from that of the angels working to keep heaven running smoothly, effectively, and in an orderly fashion.

Erwin’s book depicts heaven in a behind-the-scenes manner, where every angel has a specific job or purpose. There are wing-makers, shoe-makers, medical examiners, and the well-known
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In the interest of full disclosure, I am the author so my opinion is totally biased. That said, if you've ever tried to comfort someone with the assurance that a loved one is enjoying heaven, if you've ever needed reassurance that your gifts make room for you or if you've simply wondered what heaven might be like then you will enjoy Aunt Sadie's Angel. It's the story of triumph, victory and love. It was written for children and their grown ups, for people and families of faith across cultures ...more
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I am a librarian. I am a social worker. I am a confidante. I am an advocate. I am a voice and I cry in the wilderness. I am a writer, hmmm still trying that one on for size.

Let's see I am a poet. Yes I'm definitely that. I've written lots of poetry. Of course I also wrote a book, my first. So I guess that officially makes me a writer, right? A novelist? An author? Yeah I can live with that. Now