Delve still deeper into the lore of the Faerie Folk and the world of the IPMA (Institute for the Preservation of Magic Artifacts) in this short bonus story by P. Edward Auman. While this story adds to the details of "The Yeti Uprising" (a popular free novella from Eddie began under the NaNoWriMo contest for 2013) it provides a few other Easter eggs towards understanding a few of the faerie folk races, including Water Sprites, Alvens and the part-faerie-mostly-human, Santa Claus himself.
Looking to get just a taste of what the IPMA and Auman Faerie Folk worlds are all about? This is a quick short story, fun to read with the family for a little mischievous enjoyment. Afterwards, try the first part of the story, "The Yeti Uprising," and follow up with a heart-warming read of "The Old Silk Hat: A Frosty The Snowman Prequel" for your holiday celebrations. Then join the IPMA family for the "Troll Brother" series of books and their associated short stories and novels, featuring the Goblin Queen.
|Publisher:||P. Edward Auman|
|Series:||IPMA Shorts (Institute for the Preservation of Magical Artifacts) , #5|
|File size:||114 KB|
About the Author
Born in California.
Grew up in SF Bay Area and the Detroit Suburbs.
Graduated in English Teaching in 1990's.
Spent most of his career as a Computer Support technician.
Briefly worked as an English Teacher, and as a Finish Carpenter in a family company.
Spent the first two years of college in the Theater & Film department, specializing in set design and special effects.
He, his wife, and 6 children presently live in a small town in the Rocky Mountains.
Builds his own cars and built his own home.
Drag races both cars and motorcycles for stress relief.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Very short but it was fun to see more about Jack Frost getting into trouble. I wish there were more IPMA agents in it though like the first one.