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“I didn’t get run over by a truck.” James turned the page of the newspaper and did not look up.
Christmas is nearly upon the Young household, but the amount of Christmas spirit there could have been rolled up and put inside an ornament on the tree. Grandpa, who had been their Spirit of Christmas, died last year, and with his passing all the holiday lights went out.
But then a letter—a letter Grandpa had sent from the Holy Land, lost in the mail for a year—is miraculously delivered, bringing the family “a newly discovered text by Jesus.” This message, a gift received in one magical Christmas moment, changes their lives.
The Christmas Moment, a modern retelling of O. Henry’s classic The Gift of the Magi, brings to life again the wonder of true giving.
Carol Lynn Pearson has been a professional writer, speaker, and performer for many years. In addition to her works of poetry she is well known for her autobiography, Goodbye, I Love You, which tells of her marriage to a homosexual man, their divorce and ongoing friendship, and her caring for him as he died of AIDS; Consider the Butterfly, which tells forty-four of her personal stories of meaningful coincidence and was a finalist in the 2002 Independent Publishers Awards. She has a master of arts in theater, is the mother of four grown children, and lives in Walnut Creek, California. You can visit her at www.clpearson.com.
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