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2019 Bronze Medal Winner!
Based on The Life of Carlton St. Michael, the NUMBER ONE TOP RATED show on the URN!
Merry Friggin' Christmas
An Christmas Comedy
The perfect gift for that "Bah-humbug!" in your life!
So, who is Carlton St. Michael?
Carlton St. Michael is an up-and-coming atheist stand-up comic on the verge of fame and fortune. The only problem is, he's dead. Actually, twice dead.
And, his life story has become the number one top-rated show on the Undying Rerun Network (URN).
A Christmas Comedy, of all things.
But Carlton isn't buying any of it. He's out to prove it's all some near-death hallucination that will fade to black when he really dies, or vanish when he awakes.
So, are you dying to see how this story turns out? Well, that's the only way to see it on the URN. You have to die first. But Carlton has written it all down for you, so you can enjoy it without venturing beyond the veil.
But Carlton is none too happy with the laptop he has, which has the mysterious Holly-Jolly censoring enabled which digitally bleeps out or converts many of his favorite words to Christmasy euphemisms.
Look for the soon to be released Naughty Edition for our best effort at translating the censoring back to Carlton's intended salty language.
Even if you are dying to enjoy Carlton's story, you need not go that far. You can get the EBook, NOW!
Warning: Merry Friggin’ Christmas was written for adults and even with Holy-Jolly censoring enabled is too edgy for children under age 13.
Check out some reviews from some imaginary people:
"This book surprised me. I kept thinking I knew where it was going, and it ended up somewhere else. I wish I did not have to be dead to see it on the URN."
"I bought this book because there are elves on the cover. I love elves. The book was so good that I didn't even realize there were no elves in the story until the end, and it didn't matter to me at all."
Sylvaniel the Elven Princess
"I can't tell you why I loved this book without spoiling the ending. So, let's just say that I loved it, because of the ending."
John Q. Endingliker