Happy Saturday Evening!
While my life updates have been few and far between, I just want you all to know to rest assure, things are going fantastic. So far this weekend has been filled with birthday celebrations and time well spent with family. It has been wonderful. I have been blessed with some amazing people in my life and feel so thankful to have such a great support system.

Tonight, with my heart light and happy, I am pleased to switch routes with my book reviews and bring you one that is also light hearted. Alas, I bring to you The Fart that Saved Christmas by JacobMorningside. Yes my friends, you read that correctly. A holiday tale centered around this bodily function.

The behind the scenes story of what really happened "The Night Before Christmas."

It's Christmas Eve. The reindeer go on strike with a list of demands for Santa, the elves and Mrs. Claus. Santa gets "loaded" and threatens to cancel Christmas, fire the deer and divorce Mrs. Claus. But, just when all seems lost, Christmas is saved by a timely fart.

It was a story like no other
An adult one they say
About a corrupt Santa
Who wanted his way
Some of the rhymes were forced, just a bit
But like our disgruntled Santa

Who gives a S#!t

The illustrations were clever

I enjoyed them a lot

Especially the details

Not said in the plot

The story read quick

At 36 pages

But it’s not to be read

To kids of all ages

Juvenile at times

But fun either way

Twas a fart that saved Christmas

On this Christmas Day.

 All Rhymes aside, if you are looking for a fun tale to tell while drinking beer with friends this Holiday season, this would be the tale to read.
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About the Author:
Born into a body inhabited by multiple muse personalities, I [Jacob Morningside] create stories by stretching the "normal" beyond the boundaries of the absurd. The result is a worm-hole ride to the Far Side. I love a good story — so, I wrote one. Enjoy it with my wishes for a happy holiday season. 
3 Responses
  1. Anonymous Says:

    Ahahahahaha. Such a clever way to review this.

  2. Emily, how creative! Love it :)

  3. Anonymous Says:

    Emily, Thanks for the clever review of my book. I absolutely loved the unique originality of your style! Kind of inspired you?? Have a wonderful holiday season. Jacob Morningside

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