The Yeti Uprising: An IPMA Adventure for Christmas 2013

Rated 4.60/5 based on 5 reviews
Join young Joshua Manders and his friends on another IPMA (Institute for the Preservation of Magical Artifacts) adventure. Belschnikel, aka: Santa Claus, has had it with his Yeti contract labor and the North Pole is overrun. Can the IPMA with the aide of a few misfits save the day on time for Christmas? More
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This book participated in the 2013 National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo).

Stats, as of November 6, 2013:
5906 words completed (goal: 50000)
Average words/day: 1181

About P. Edward Auman

Born in California.
Grew up in SF Bay Area and the Detroit Suburbs.
Graduated in English Teaching in 1990's.
Spent most of his career as a Computer Support technician.
Briefly worked as an English Teacher, and as a Finish Carpenter in a family company.
Spent the first two years of college in the Theater & Film department, specializing in set design and special effects.
He, his wife, and 6 children presently live in a small town in the Rocky Mountains.
Builds his own cars and built his own home.
Drag races both cars and motorcycles for stress relief.

Also in Series: IPMA Shorts (Institute for the Preservation of Magical Artifacts)

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Review by: Sylvia Williams on Nov. 19, 2015 :
I liked this story; and hadn't thought about Yeti or Sasquatch being fairy folk but I guess that explains them as much as anything else. Quite an adventure and the drawing about midway into the story...wondered who the artist was...your grandkid maybe; a budding artist for sure, nice job.
My own granddaughter will enjoy this; I like to preview stories before sharing with her.
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Review by: FantasySciFiAvid on Jan. 17, 2015 :
Generally, all around good book, particularly for free and Indie author.
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Review by: Delia Frank on July 13, 2014 :
This was a very cute story. A little slow in some parts, especially as they were going up north. I understand from my kids that this ties in with the author's other stories quite a bit, especially about the agents. We're going to give some of those a try soon too, because we really enjoyed this one.
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Review by: JustinRocks on July 13, 2014 :
Very fun Christmas story for the fam. Does have some Christian references towards the end, but still mostly loosely and fantasy-based. Highly recommend as a free read.
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Review by: foxlover15 on July 6, 2014 :
I really love this book. It is very funny. I am ten years old and I loved it. and I think it is interesting. I have read all the ipma stories he has written and they're all funny and good.
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