Happy Boxing Day!

Boxing Day is a British tradition! The day after Christmas, December 26th, is called Boxing Day because:

It was a custom on that day for tradesmen to collect their “Christmas boxes,” gifts of money or goods in return for reliable service all year. Do you have any tradespeople who have been especially helpful this year—your postman, fix-it guy, city doorman? 

Read the link below to learn more…

“What is Boxing Day?” – The Old Farmers Almanac.com

So, I’d like to take this opportunity to share that both of my books are on sale at $.99 each. If your Amazon gift cards are burning a hole in your pocket, support your fellow authors and buy a book or two. I know I did. I found some great titles all on sale!

The Heart Stone Chronicles: The Swamp Fairy http://smarturl.it/HSCSwampFairy

Fairies, Myths, & Magic – A Summer Celebration http://smarturl.it/FairiesMythsMagic

I can’t say enough about reviews… Did you know that most authors can’t even pay for book advertising until they have a certain number of reviews? Even just a paragraph or two makes a difference. ❤

And, if fantasy isn’t your thing… here is a post from Sally Cronin that gives you access to books, music, authors, and reviews: smorgasbord blog magazine Christmas celebrations the weekly roundup.

Happy Boxing Day!

31 thoughts on “Happy Boxing Day!

      1. Oh, yes, I am sure they meant that. It is the only day called that way. Again thank you for clarifying the Boxing Day meaning for all of us!
        Merry Christmas and a great ending of the old your to you too, Colleen 😊

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