Thursday, November 17, 2011

Radio and Book Interview for The Night After Christmas by Michael Hebler

The Night After Christmas

Please check out Michael Hebler's radio interview at at 6:30pm EST today to learn more about this wonderful book.

  • Paperback: 28 pages
  • Publisher: Michael Hebler (October 15, 2010)
  • ISBN-10: 0615395252
  • ISBN-13: 978-0615395258

  • Bio:

    In addition to writing his series based on the legendary el Chupacabra and his children's picture book, The Night After Christmas, Michael also writes a blog, "My Little Obsessions" where he likes to muse about what distractions life has to offer. Michael, a life-long Southern California resident, is a former international publicist for feature films and screenwriter.

    Please visit my blog: My Little Obsessions at


    The Night After Christmas is an exciting and wonderful twist to a holiday favorite.

    Twas The Night After Christmas wheneverything was done, the toys were delivered and children who have spent the day enjoying their toys were happy and exhausted tucked into their beds. But what happens to Santa after he delivers all of his goods? He returns home of course, but the wait is excruciating for the elves and the Mrs. Claus who wait patiently for his sleigh to return home safely. A snow storm had begun to brew creating white outs. They were worried that Santa wouldn't be able to see where he was going. Of course, worried about Santa's safety, they ask Mrs. Claus what she thought. She believed in her husband and knew he would be home before they knew it sleeping warmly in his bed. They waited and waited, but will he return without any troubles at all?

    This is a wonderful tale of not only what happens to Santa after he delivers all of his presents, but it is also a story of love. Like most women whose husbands come home late, they wait up for their safe return, especially when the weather is awful. The loving relationship the Clause's have brings a nice ending to a busy night. The story embodies the Christmas Spirit we all expect when Christmas comes, and regardless of when this story is read, the reader will always feel it's warmth and tender quality, reminding the reader that giving to others is the best gift we can give ourselves.

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