Turning The Can’ts Into Cans
Silent Days, Holy Night by Phyllis Clark Nichols is the most delightful heart-warming Christian tale that will ignite a flame in every heart. It is a tale about “a man whose heart pumps goodness” and a little girl whose heart explodes with care and compassion.
The novel shows that age is no barrier to friendship nor is gender or disability. The lead characters use sign language as one is deaf, and also in a wheelchair but lives life to the full as he quietly makes a difference in the lives of others.
Loss of hearing does not mean that a song cannot be felt. Songs can be enjoyed using other senses.
The Unlikely Christmas Party
Christmas At Grey Sage by Phyllis Clark Nichols is the most delightful Christmas novel. If you only read one Christmas book, make sure it is this one. It really is the essence of Christmas in a book. “Christmas is a time when strangers become friends.”
This book really is Christmas all wrapped up. It is a cosy read. A heart warming read. A read that gives hope and warms hearts. I really want a Christmas at Grey Sage.
The novel opens in 1973 and then leaps to 2005. The reader is drawn in to the story, questioning why the huge gap? There are big hearts but they are broken hearts and we wonder why? “Even after twenty two years, remembering still bought pain.”