The North Pole is melting, Santa’s days are numbered. Selling out to the Internet giant, Toyz On Demand!, is his ticket to happiness. But, when Santa visits New York to promote the deal, his most trusted elf is busted by the NYPD with the magic powder that makes reindeer fly. The image of Christmas goes down the drain and holiday shopping tanks, taking the economy with it.
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About the Author
Ian Keldoulis is an Australian writer who prefers shade to sunshine and crowded sidewalks to the outback. His favorite sport isn't cricket or rugby but people-watching. So it's just as well, he's been transplanted to New York City for over three decades.
A stint in publishing lead to stories in the New York Times, Harper’s Bazaar and other media outlets before he was lured into advertising, eventually running his own agency where he created a lot of animated dog commercials.
Currently, while working on screen and teleplays, he is also writing a non-fiction book on the US foster care system and is the New York correspondent for the Australian publication The Neighbourhood Paper.