The Christmas Gate
Robert Robinson, a renown author from New York City, is traveling unwillingly through a snow storm on his way to a smallfarm in upstate New York owned by his editor. Robert's fame from thesuccess of his books has changed him. His indulgence in big-city parties and being in the spotlight has... show more
Robert Robinson, a renown author from New York City, is traveling unwillingly through a snow storm on his way to a smallfarm in upstate New York owned by his editor. Robert's fame from thesuccess of his books has changed him. His indulgence in big-city parties and being in the spotlight has allowed his arrogance to swell and forhim to lose focus of his obligations. Now, being excessively late on the third book of a three book contract, he is given an ultimatum. He caneither face legal action from his publisher or take one last chance tofinish his book away from all the big-city distractions. Patty has her own issues, dealing with the memories of her late husband. Always at the edge of depression, she somehow remains visibly strongand in control of her emotions, despite her internal turmoil. WhilePatty's father is away to be with a dying friend, she assumes theresponsibility of caring for the old farm owned by the New York editor. Robert is oblivious to Christmas and all that goes along with it. His parents loved Christmas, but he hadn't spoken with them in overeight years after their argument. Over the years, he has slowlydisconnected from everything that reminded him of them. Christmas justbecame a day for a bigger party. While at the old farm house, Robert discovers something that has been hidden there for possibly generations. What secrets lay just beyond an old screeching gate? Will the miracle of Christmas find its way to Robert? Find out in the story, "The Christmas Gate." From the AuthorAdd
Publish date: 2017-01-27
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2010-12-22)
Pages no: 102
Edition language: English
The Christmas Gate is a sweet and memorable story. It is only part 1 of a two-part story. I like the concept. I know it deals with candles mostly. I like T.A. Cline idea to use seven Christmas Candles. It gave me a feeling of “The Christmas Carol” only done a bit differently. I enjoyed it. Ray has...