The Fart That Saved Christmas by Jacob Morningside Review

Cover of The Fart That Saved Christmas.

Cover of The Fart That Saved Christmas.The Fart That Saved Christmas An Adults Christmas Tale is a really cute book. It is written similar to The Night Before Christmas but it has a much more realistic view about what might be going on at the north pole on Christmas Eve.

This is a really funny book and it has some gorgeous illustrations that gave me the giggles.

It is most definitely not for kids though! At least not kids that believe that Santa is pretty nearly perfect. There is no sex or cussing but it does have Santa taking a nip and telling the reindeer what he things of their going on “strike”.

I really liked this book. It would be a great gift for any adult with a sense of humor.

Book Summary:

The behind the scenes story of what really happened “The Night Before Christmas.”

It’s Christmas Eve. The reindeer go on strike with a list of demands for Santa, the elves and Mrs. Claus. Santa gets “loaded” and threatens to cancel Christmas, fire the deer and divorce Mrs. Claus. But, just when all seems lost, Christmas is saved by a timely fart.

Jacob Morningside‘s Bio:

Born into a body inhabited by multiple muse personalities, I create stories by stretching the “normal” beyond the boundaries of the absurd.  The result is a worm-hole ride to the Far Side.  I love a good story — so, I wrote one.  Enjoy it with my wishes for a happy holiday season.

For more information visit The Fart That Saved Christmas on Facebook or check out the official blog tour page.

Fart That Saved Christmas Tour Banner.
This post is part of a Tribute Books Blog Tour. Simple Wyrdings received a .pdf version of the book for review.


  1. Elle,
    Thank you so very much for reviewing my book and for the kindness expressed in your review. I am most pleased that my story was able to bring you laughter and joy! I, too, enjoyed a laugh when I saw the AirWick Fragrances advertisement that immediately followed the review posting. Was this your muse at work or merely serendipitous? Jacob

    1. You’re welcome! Thanks for writing a story that made me laugh!

      The ad must have been serendipity. But the ads are supposed to be related to the posts! I guess it really does work.

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