The Heavenly Father
By: H.L. Grey
About the Book
The Heavenly Father series is the story of a family trying to come to terms with its past on a number of levels. This includes the parents coming to terms with their own parents’ mistakes in raising them and how they have adapted in light of these mistakes. The parents, in turn, must confront their own mistakes as parents. The children also have to cope with their parents’ mistakes. They have a number of methods, from trying their utmost to live by their parents’ principles even as their experiences lead them to realize contradictions or hypocrisy to rebellion to anger.
About the Author
H.L. Grey was born in Goldsboro, North Carolina, to an English immigrant father and a mother who is a Goldsboro native. She has one younger brother. She experienced religious extremism until she was fourteen, when her family relocated to a suburb of Buffalo, New York.
Grey has a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature from the State University of New York. Indeed, this series started as homework for a creative writing class. She currently works at a retirement home and is attending Grand Canyon University (Phoenix) online, working towards a Master’s in public administration. If being a successful author doesn’t pay off, maybe she will work for the United Nations.
When not writing, Grey is watching Netflix, exploring the greater Buffalo area, reading, studying languages (to work for the UN), and spending time with the family pet, a one-year-old female Shih Tzu named Seana.
(2019, Paperback, 466 Pages)