All Huck wants for Christmas is a revolution... and donuts. Vive la Revolution!
The American Revolution began with the Boston Tea Party. If Huck Carp has anything to do about it, the next people's revolution will begin in the drive-thru of a sleepy donut shop in a working-class neighborhood of Columbus, Ohio.
It started as a single random act of kindness when an early morning customer paid forward the next person's order, and so did the next, and the next, and the streak had been going all day long.
The crew at the Drip 'n' Donuts shop don't agree on many things, but they come together, each doing their parts to keep the streak alive. As word gets out through social media, people come from across the city to share in the holiday pay-it-forward phenomenon.
Forces are conspiring against them, however. First, a December blizzard is blowing into Columbus. Second, a jealous billionaire is determined to crush the Christmas Donut Revolution, and it will take only one person to ruin it for everybody.
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
More Great Fiction from Evolved Publishing:
- Hannah's Voice by Robb Grindstaff
- The Colonel and the Bee by Patrick Canning
- Memoirs of a Transferable Soul by W. Town Andrews
About the Author
Gregg Sapp, a native Ohioan, is a librarian, academic administrator, and a Pushcart Prize-nominated author. Having written over 60 academic articles and some 300 reviews, Gregg published his first novel, Dollarapalooza (or “The Day Peace Broke Out in Columbus”) in 2011 with Switchgrass Books of Northern Illinois University Press.
Since then, he has published humor, poetry, and short stories in various literary journals, including Defenestration, Imaginaire, Kestrel, Zodiac Review, Marathon Review, and Writing Tomorrow, and he’s been a frequent contributor to Midwestern Gothic.