January 29, 2023

Charlene Delory’s New Book ‘Santa’s Family’ Centers Around Santa and His Son Darius as They Make Important Changes to the North Pole to Bring It Into the Modern Age

KAILUA, Hawaii – December 6, 2022 – (Newswire.com)

Fulton Books author Charlene Delory has completed her most recent book “Santa’s Family: The Next Generation”: a charming story that follows the famous Claus family as they do their best to keep up with the changing times and keep the children of the world happy every Christmas.

“Santa had no choice but to enter the digital age with the assistance of his son, Darius, and a magical albino reindeer named Snow,” writes Delory.

“With everything moving so fast, Santa couldn’t keep up with all the children expecting him to deliver their Christmas gifts, as every year more toys were needed and not enough elves to help, and delivery took longer and longer. Then with all the chimneys disappearing, how is Santa going to deliver the gifts?

“Santa knew he had to come up with a plan; it took a lot of work, and it was quite a journey, but with everyone working together, they found a way to put smiles on children’s faces Christmas morning.”

Published by Fulton Books, Charlene Delory’s book was inspired by the author’s isolation caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, during which time writing stories became an escape for Delory. Young readers will discover an exciting tale as Santa prepares to upgrade the North Pole with his son, Darius, but will he manage to do it in time before Christmas, or will it all be for naught?

Readers who wish to experience this delightful work can purchase “Santa’s Family: The Next Generation” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

Please direct all media inquiries to Author Support via email at [email protected] or via telephone at 877-210-0816.

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Charlene Delory’s New Book ‘Santa’s Family’ Centers Around Santa and His Son Darius as They Make Important Changes to the North Pole to Bring It Into the Modern Age

KAILUA, Hawaii - December 6, 2022 - (Newswire.com)

Fulton Books author Charlene Delory has completed her most recent book "Santa's Family: The Next Generation": a charming story that follows the famous Claus family as they do their best to keep up with the changing times and keep the children of the world happy every Christmas.

"Santa had no choice but to enter the digital age with the assistance of his son, Darius, and a magical albino reindeer named Snow," writes Delory.

"With everything moving so fast, Santa couldn't keep up with all the children expecting him to deliver their Christmas gifts, as every year more toys were needed and not enough elves to help, and delivery took longer and longer. Then with all the chimneys disappearing, how is Santa going to deliver the gifts?

"Santa knew he had to come up with a plan; it took a lot of work, and it was quite a journey, but with everyone working together, they found a way to put smiles on children's faces Christmas morning."

Published by Fulton Books, Charlene Delory's book was inspired by the author's isolation caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, during which time writing stories became an escape for Delory. Young readers will discover an exciting tale as Santa prepares to upgrade the North Pole with his son, Darius, but will he manage to do it in time before Christmas, or will it all be for naught?

Readers who wish to experience this delightful work can purchase "Santa's Family: The Next Generation" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

Please direct all media inquiries to Author Support via email at [email protected] or via telephone at 877-210-0816.


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Media Relations
[email protected]


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Original Source: Charlene Delory's New Book 'Santa's Family' Centers Around Santa and His Son Darius as They Make Important Changes to the North Pole to Bring It Into the Modern Age