This short story deals with the choices we make and the events surrounding them as seen through the eyes of the Archangel Michael.
What would it be like to stand in the throne room of God? To gaze on his face and not go blind? I hope you enjoy my imagination of heaven and the work of angels. This is a tribute to first responders everywhere who put their lives in jeopardy for their fellow man. May God guard and protect them as they protect us.
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About the Author
Tessa Bertoldi has been in love with writing her entire life. She is currently employed as a Technical Writer, translating Engineer speak into plain English. Tessa’s previous assignments include composing technical documents to keep employees safe, while working with explosives. She has a background in Risk Management and investigating claims fraud. Her published work includes corporate documents, policies and procedures, Memories and Milestones-A commemorative book on the refinery and its employees and in the anthology, Inspire Joy. She is passionate about writing and is a staff volunteer for the San Francisco Writers Conference, Writing for Change and is the Solano County Municipal Liaison for the National Novel Writing Month. Tessa’s current projects include two science fiction novels, a "rescue yourself" romance and an educational guide that attempts to fill in the holes for her adult foster children.