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111 Facts About Christmas - Christmas and Holiday Trivia eBook

Are you fascinated by Christmas? Love trivia? You'll love my eBook 111 Facts About Christmas!

111 Facts About Xmas 400111 Facts About Christmas provides entertaining tidbits surrounding the myths, traditions, symbols, movies and songs of the holiday.

At over 6,000 words, you'll discover fascinating facts like:

* Legend says that people kiss under the mistletoe because it is neither tree nor shrub, and thereby equated with freedom from restriction.

* Which Sherlock Holmes short story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is set during Christmastime? None other than “The Adventures of the Blue Carbuncle”. 

* For the 1994 remake of Miracle on 34th Street, Macy’s refused to let their name be mentioned in the film for fear of bringing attention to their bankruptcy problems. 

* You can get your Christmas cards sent with a decorative postmark from Santa Claus, Indiana by sending them pre-stamped in a large envelope to: Postmaster, Santa Claus Station, Santa Claus, IN 47579-9998.

* In Sweden, a popular Christmas decoration is the julbukk. It’s a figurine of a goat made from straw. 

Relax, unwind and enjoy these 111 Facts About Christmas by yours truly. Come time for family gatherings, office parties and holiday dinners, you'll be chock-full of engaging trivia to share!

An added bonus: when you have a Kindle, you can easily highlight and share your favorite passages on social media sites like Twitter and Facebook. 

Click here to find out more and get your very own copy for only $1.99 (or free with Kindle Unlimited).


-- Janet


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