Get a triple dose of holiday sci-fi magic with all three novels, and discover how the elven live on the North Pole, how reindeer fly, and what makes a snowman live. (Ten percent of the profits is annually donated to WINGS for Kids.)
The Christmas stories you never heard as a kid.
Claus: Legend of the Fat Man
In the early 1800s, Nicholas, Jessica, and Jon Santa attempt the first human trek to the North Pole and stumble upon an ancient race of people left over from the Ice Age. They are short, fat, and hairy. They slide across the ice on scaly soles and carve their homes in the ice that floats on the Arctic Ocean. The elven are adapted to life in the extreme cold. They are as wise as they are ancient.
Their scientific advancements have yielded great inventions - time-stopping devices and gravitational spheres that build living snowmen and genetically modified reindeer that leap great distances. They've even unlocked the secrets to aging. For 40,000 years, they have lived in peace.
An elven known as The Cold One has divided his people. He's tired of their seclusion and wants to conquer the world. Only one elven stands between The Cold One and total chaos. He's white bearded and red coated. The Santa family will help him stop The Cold One. They will come to the aid of a legendary elven known as...Claus.
Jack: The Tale of Frost
Sura is 16 years old when she meets Mr. Frost. He's very short and very fat, and he likes his room very, very cold. Some might say inhumanly cold. His first name isn't Jack, she's told. And that's all she needs to know.
Mr. Frost's love for Christmas is over the top and slightly psychotic. And why not? He's made billions of dollars off the holiday he invented. Or so he claims. Rumor is he's an elven, but that's silly. Elven aren't real.
©2016 Tony Bertauski (P)2016 Tony Bertauski
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