The Color of Clouds

The Color of Clouds Nearly everything that CAN go wrong does go wrong when a cruise ship encounters dark matter in the middle of the ocean The adventure begins when a strange column of light appears on the horizon And wh

  • Title: The Color of Clouds
  • Author: J.C. Whyte
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 213
  • Format: ebook
  • Nearly everything that CAN go wrong does go wrong when a cruise ship encounters dark matter in the middle of the ocean The adventure begins when a strange column of light appears on the horizon And when it crosses the bodies of two passengers on the cruise ship, a psychic and a skeptical physicist must join forces to save them Yet natural and supernatural obstacleNearly everything that CAN go wrong does go wrong when a cruise ship encounters dark matter in the middle of the ocean The adventure begins when a strange column of light appears on the horizon And when it crosses the bodies of two passengers on the cruise ship, a psychic and a skeptical physicist must join forces to save them Yet natural and supernatural obstacles keep getting in the way.

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    About "J.C. Whyte"

    1. J.C. Whyte

      J.C Whyte discovered her love for writing at the age of eleven when her 6th grade teacher told the class to write a poem about a sport She knew her classmates would probably choose a popular sport like baseball or football, so J.C chose to write a funny poem about golf To her surprise, the teacher really loved it and encouraged J.C to continue writing So she did Then that summer, students were told to choose 26 books from a reading list, read them and write a book report on each BLAH J.C wanted to enjoy her summer, not spend it reading Back then, she was a very slow reader and didn t much enjoy the experience Plus, kids didn t have the fun books which are available today But her wise teacher told J.C she could write 26 stories instead of reading them That was genius J.C didn t actually write a full 26 stories, but she wrote at least one which made her teacher laugh out loud in class And the teacher gave her an A on her summer reading assignment J.C never forgot that wise and wonderful teacher who let the budding author play to her strengths So as a result, J.C knew at an early age she wanted to become a professional writer Yet when she reached college, she also understood that writing stories seldom paid the bills So she got her degrees in Journalism and Communications Management Then for many years she channeled her creative energies into the field of Public Relations Marriage, kids, and several degrees and occupations later including stints as a travel agent and paralegal , J.C entered law school mostly because of the challenge of writing creative arguments for the court But while in law school, she became a columnist for the student newsletter, writing humorous pieces on the strange and quirky life of a law student She was thrilled when one of these articles was chosen for publication in The National Jurist, a magazine distributed to law students throughout the USA.But after graduating and passing the Bar, J.C realized within a few years that creative writing was still what made her heart sing So now, as a grandma, she s returned to writing for children And with the publication of Karmack, J.C has come full circle, back to where her writing journey truly began.

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    1. Book Review originally published here: iheartreading/book-touIn The Color of Clouds, Pedro is a spirit guide who helps conveys messages from the deceased to the living through a psychic named Gwen. Pedro usually doesn’t interfere much in the affairs of either the living or the deceased (besides conveying the messages) but that changes when he meets a young boy who passed away just recently and is very troubled, and Pedro decided to help him. His psychic friend, Gwen, agrees to go on a cruise t [...]


    2. Pedro is a spirit guide, wandering around the space that comes after life and before moving on. He stays in-between in order to help the living receive messages from those who have passed. Pedro is able to pass messages through a psychic, Gwen. Something big is brewing in the spirit world, though and Pedro must break some rules in order to help a lot of people. On the Viking Maiden cruise ship, Gwen and her sister Jo have boarded to help other passenger with Pedro’s guidance; two elderly frien [...]


    3. When we talk about the color of clouds, we're usually talking in grayscale, with the darker the cloud, the worse the storm. Unless of course, the sky 'goes green', and then it's a different kind of storm entirely.In The Color of Clouds by J.C. Whyte, there's a whole rainbow of cloud colors going on and each one means a different thing. But clouds don't only exist in the sky.Despite the book beginning with narration by the angel agent Pedro (I don't know if he was an 'angel', but it sounds nicer [...]


    4. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The premise was refreshing and new, the plot line kept everything moving forward and the book itself was edited nicely. The great thing about this book though, is that it shows that there are more than one way to look at something. We each can see the same evidence and yet have different ways of processing this information. In this book, Gwen, looks at the information though the spiritual eye, mainly through her connection with Pedro. Paul is a scientist and sees [...]


    5. A nice little read that you can settle in for the night with. A little out of my comfort zone, which makes it even better. The plot of the story and the characters were pretty amazing and kept me interested in the book. I actually finished the book quicker then I had thought I would. Nice little twist on the paranormal side of things. A book everyone will enjoy! *Received for an honest reviews*


    6. This suspenseful mysterious other worldly novel is rated at THREE STARS from The Schwartz Reviews.“But even as she smiled, Deanna felt uneasy. Danger ahead, the psychic had said. And that’s exactly what I’d told her.”Schwartz Synopsis:After Deanna’s husband suffered a heart attack six months ago, she and Paul decide to take a relaxing cruise together. Unfortunately for them, the cruise ends up being anything but relaxing. When they arrive at their assigned meal seating and are introduc [...]


    7. Reviewed By Jack Magnus for Readers’ Favorite:J.C. Whyte's contemporary paranormal fiction novel, The Color of Clouds, blends physics, dark matter and the paranormal in an entertaining and fast-paced suspense story. Pedro, as the narrator, is engaging and sympathetic to the suspicions and outright disbelief he encounters from Paul, and his limitations are put to the test as he is unable to be more proactive in dealing with the urgent human affairs he encounters. I especially liked the strong s [...]


    8. "The Color of Clouds" by J.C. Whyte follows a group of people, whom meet on a cruise ship and encounter a strange light one night passing over the ship, that puts two elderly characters Sylvie and Ernest into the hospital. The book follows both the elderly characters journey while "on the other side" and their newly found friends journey in discovering what has happened and how to bring their friends back from their coma, all with the guidance of "Pedro" their spirit guide. I am rating this book [...]



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