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Christmas at Grey Sage(Gilead Publishing, October 2017)

This Christmas, there’s lots of area at the inn.

Nestled in the snow-covered Sangre de Cristo Mountains close to Santa Fe, the Grey Sage Inn appears like the best location for weary travelers to escape the craziness of the Christmas season. There’s lots to see in historic Santa Fe through the day, and the inn’s owners, Maude and Silas Thornhill, are content to commit their evenings hosting this year’s guests from across the nation.

But an uncommon snowstorm throws a wrench in the festive mood. The sprawling inn becomes close quarters as stranded guests learn this Christmas will not be the relaxed getaway they anticipated. Tension and worry mount as the storm worsens, and Silas, a retired medical professional, is known as away in the middle of the evening to care for a neighbor. The snow and strain unlocks tongues–and in the unexpected conversation that follows, secrets and pasts are revealed, and hearts are healed.

In the midst of snowdrifts and fireside conversations, of tales of days gone by, the warmth of Christmas brings a renewed hope as these trapped strangers grow to be friends–proof once more that the joy, hope, peace, and like of Christmas can be knowledgeable no matter exactly where you are.

Phyllis Clark Nichols


Phyllis Clark Nichols believes everybody could use a tiny a lot more hope and light. Her character-driven Southern fiction explores profound human inquiries from inside the basic lives of smaller town communities you just know you have visited prior to. With a like for nature, art, faith and ordinary people today, she tells redemptive tales of loss and recovery, estrangement and connection, longing and fulfillment, normally by way of surprisingly serendipitous events. Phyllis grew up in the deep shade of magnolia trees in South Georgia. Now she lives in the Texas Hill Nation with her portrait-artist husband, exactly where red birds and axis deer are her ever-ravenous neighbors. She is an English significant and classically-educated musician, seminary graduate, concert artist and co-founder of a national cable network for the wellness and disability-associated programming. Just after retiring as a cable network executive, Phyllis started top mission teams to orphanages in Guatemala and now serves on 3 non-profit boards exactly where she performs with other people who are equally passionate about bringing hope and light to these who will need it most.


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