books.google.com - Short, short story about a car that slides off a road in the middle of the Storm of 2009 and the good part that follows....https://books.google.com/books/about/You_Could_Call_It_a_Christmas_Story.html?id=2NzjnBkqVAcC&utm_source=gb-gplus-shareYou Could Call It a Christmas Story
John Nicholas Datesh (a slick commercial pseudonym for John Nicholas Datesh, Jr.) was born in 1950 and has lived mostly in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Brown University, where he took several writing courses, and Boston University School of Law, where he unlearned how to write. In 2009, he set aside a career in law, business and product development, to concentrate on writing and tanning, presumably in that order of dedication. He has been writing fiction since before his English classes required it and has published three novels, "The Nightmare Machine", "The Janus Murder" and "The Moscow Tape", (now available as e-books via Amazon's Kindle Store and Smashwords.com). More recently, he has e-published a collection of humorous and/or satiric posts from his blog EmptyGlassFull.com, grandly entitled "The Very First Blog Posts of All Time", and his definitive Christmas short story, "You Could Call It a Christmas Story", (both available exclusively at Smashwords.com). His latest screenplay effort, "The Last Three Minutes", was written in Naples, Florida, where he now lives, and is not, at this time, being made into a major motion picture.