THE CHRISTMAS BRIDGE is my third book, and takes place eight years after the events of PRELUDE TO A SUPER AIRPLANE.

One is not necessary for comprehension of the other, but if you read both, you’ll get to have some of those fun head nods people get about shared universes.

It’s 2020, and These United States of America has undergone a dramatic series of changes in the four years since the election of Bruce Willis as President.

The flying car is now the one, true future of airborne leisure and transportation, making the need for airplanes, traditional bridges, and all forms of ground-based travel irrelevant.

Bigger than the logistical and metric-based changes of this strange new world are the extreme holiday-based initiatives, which include the outlawing of none other than Christmas Day.

When a charismatic life drifter and a one-time actoring icon are tasked by Santa Claus himself to build a 200-mile long haven for those who still want some Christmas to happen, people’s souls get healed or whatever.

You can tell how timeless the story is because it takes place precisely in 2020.

If PTSA was my statement on achievement and self-worth, this is my statement on adulthood in general. It just might change which hand is your dominant one, and is based entirely on this blog post.

Available now via Amazon, on all the various Kindle platforms, and you can even order it via bookstores if you still have one of those near you. There’s also regularly updated new content, and updates, and garland, and etc at the Christmas Bridge website.

As a Paperback on Amazon (9.99)
As a Kindle eBook (2.99)
As a Nook eBook (2.99)
As a Google eBook (Printable – 2.99)