When the doors to the North Columbus Wow-Mart open at midnight on Black Friday, ringing in the "Wowzathon" event of the century, chaos breaks out.
A rampaging mob threatens to tear the store apart. Santa Claus is drunk, and a washed-up Halloween diva takes his place. The store manager's daughter disappears. A turkey breaks loose. The security guards go into hiding. Somebody is giving out psychedelic brownies. Rookie undercover journalist Mazie Tuttle's boyfriend gets lost trying to rescue her. All the while, three very different shoppers battle to figure out the clues leading to a hidden treasure.
Then a shot rings out. Mazie has landed right in the middle of a major story... if she can survive to tell it.
EVOLVED PUBLISHING PRESENTS a satirical, down-right funny novel sure to keep a smile on your face. [DRM-Free]
BOOKS BY GREGG SAPP:
- "Fresh News Straight from Heaven"
- Holidazed - Book 1: "Halloween from the Other Side"
- Holidazed - Book 2: "The Christmas Donut Revolution"
- Holidazed - Book 3: "Upside-Down Independence Day"
- Holidazed - Book 4: "Murder by Valentine Candy"
- Holidazed - Book 5: "Thanksgiving, Thanksgotten, Thanksgone"
- Holidazed - Book 6: "New Year's Eve, 1999"
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About the Author
Gregg Sapp, a native Ohioan, is a Pushcart Prize-nominated writer, librarian, college teacher and academic administrator. He is the author of the “Holidazed” series of downright funny satires (Evolved Publishing), each of which is centered around a different holiday. Previous books include Dollarapalooza (Switchgrass Books, 2011) and Fresh News Straight from Heaven (Evolved Publishing, 2018), based upon the life and folklore of Johnny Appleseed. He has published humor, poetry, and short stories in Defenestration, Waypoints, Semaphore, Kestrel, Zodiac Review, Top Shelf, Marathon Review, and been a frequent contributor to Midwestern Gothic, and others. Gregg lives in Tumwater, WA.