Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Have Yourself a Remarkably Regency Yuletide

Everyone wants Christmas to be special. Memorable. Wonderful.
And why not? It only comes once a year.

The best way to have a special Christmas is to surround yourself with people who love you.
I can't supply those people for you.

What I can offer is a compendium of Christmases past. A book stuffed with beauty and history, lavish illustrations, and a baker's dozen of downloadable delights to enhance your Christmas this year,
wherever and whoever you are.

The warmth of fireside tales,
The delight of authentic old-English wassail,
Parlour games you can play today,
Christmas recipes fit for a feast,
Plum-pudding (with an easy-fix option your child could make )

Poetry, sacred and not;
Hymns; Snippets; Excerpts; Illustrations.

Is your Christmas Spirit lagging?
Has it failed to show up at all?
Regency House Christmas: Your Guide to a Remarkably Regency Yuletide will revive you, heart and soul!

You will discover wonderful facts about Christmases at the turn of the 19th Century in England--
When Dickens was a child,
Queen Victoria was only a baby,
and Jane Austen was just writing her most famous work.

Read about:
Christmas Merriments,
Entertainments, Parlour Games, Church Special Days, The Christmas Feast, Fireside Stories, Early Christmas Charities
Plus links, websites, shopping tips, an index, and more!

Regency House Christmas: Your Guide to a Remarkably Regency Yuletide!
is a gift that keeps on giving.
There are eight additional ebooks within this one book,
AND, as new material is discovered and added to the book, you will receive new copies, without ever having to spend another cent! That's right, new editions are absolutely free!

Also: CONTEST starting October 18th! Stay tuned for details.

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