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New Book by Joe Moore Releases Secrets
After the successful release of Faith, Hope & Reindeer, Joe Moore's second book is a prequel and reveals the history and secrets of the most secretive organization of all time.
These quotes from Alfie Newsworthy, Historian of the North Pole concerning the new book that was released from North Pole Press this week. Believe Again, The North Pole Chronicles officially debuted on Kindle and Amazon.
“This story contains the actual events and goes as far back as the 1790's. Nearly all of the important historical events of what took place between then and now are included in this chronicle,” said author Joe Moore, “After continual nudging and pleading, explaining that people had a right and needed to know what actually took place all those years, the Council finally acquiesced and let me write the book.”
Even so, Moore said the Elven Council only agreed a release with Amazon and Kindle. This is in the hopes that the book will be buried within the millions of selections available, and will not be read by too many people.
“I think they are in error,” Moore said in an interview, “I believe that everyone has a deep desire to know not only that Santa Claus exists, but how he performs all his 'miracles' and why the North Pole Village had remained a secret and never been found.” Moore states that he alone was allowed to visit and record the events that took place. It revolves around the two Santas that have been in control for the last 215 years.
He stated, “ Believe Again is actually the prequel to my first book, Faith, Hope & Reindeer. It explains what happened leading up to that second book in the trilogy. Faith, Hope & Reindeer is a snapshot of a single week, and Believe Again is the book that gets you there. The third book, Glaciers Melt & Mountains Smoke is being written now. And it is going to turn everything on its ear about the North Pole, Santa and the Village.” He withheld any more comment saying that the new book had not been approved yet for discussion by the Council.
“I almost hate to admit it, but Believe Again, The North Pole Chronicles is the consummate story of how the North Pole Village came into being, and how we have remained secret for so long,” said Newsworthy, “The only reason we are letting this narration out now is because many things have changed, as Moore's third book will show, and he put forth a convincing argument that people need to know that Santa is real and he still cares about children of all ages around the world.”
We asked Moore if he was worried that an onslaught of people would begin combing the North Pole after reading his book. His reply was, “It's too late, and that is all I can say about that right now.”
Both books are available through Amazon and their Kindle subsidiary. Autographed versions by Santa Claus and Joe Moore are offered through North Pole Press at firstname.lastname@example.org. The ISBN's for Believe Again is 978-09787129-
The third book is due for release in late spring of 2014. The books can also be found under their respective titles on Facebook.