Singing and dancing in a K-Pop group, sometimes has its perks, but other times, like now, it has its downside. Mac is thousands of miles away from his parents and missing them terribly. His band mates are all off to have fun on Christmas, leaving him alone and lonely. Seeking solitude in the back of church for the midnight service, Mac sinks into his sadness. When he hears the voices behind him in the choir loft and their plea for help, he reluctantly answers. What happens after that changes his whole Christmas.
“K-Pop Christmas” is a short story that accompanies the full-length books, “KPop Summer,” and “Saving Seoul.” It gives the reader a glimpse of Mac and his band mates, and their world of K-Pop.
“K-pop Christmas” can be found at most online retailers like Amazon Kindle, Smashwords, Barnes and Noble, and Apple iBookstore. It is free, and after you read it, jump right into “Kpop Summer” and “Saving Seoul.” Both can be found at most online retailers like Amazon Kindle, Smashwords, Barnes and Noble, and Apple iBookstore. All proceeds from these two books go to Water is Life Kenya, a non-profit organization headed by Newark, DE native Joyce Tannian. WILK helps remote villages in Southern Kenya obtain water closer to home. This saves women and children from making long, dangerous treks, often ten miles round trip, to fetch water for their daily use. WILK also trains people to benefit more from their rural farming skills. Water is Life Kenya aims to reduce poverty, death, and disease, improve hygiene, and increase the time women can devote to families and education. They also have an online store that features handicrafts made by Kenyan women. Representatives from Water is Life Kenya are more than happy to come speak to any organization about their work.