Historical and Contemporary Romance Author

Happy Epiphany!

12thNight_225x340So, today is officially the last day of Christmas. Epiphany is the day on which the wise men supposedly reached Bethlehem to give the baby Jesus his gold, frankincense, and myrrh (and, according to the Colbert Christmas special, his weed, lol).

I have no gold, frankincense or myrrh to present to you today, but I do have the final, full version of the Twelfth Night anthology. Now, instead of twelve individual files, you can download one instead. I hope to also have a version available for Kindle in the next few days (still working out the process), and I’ll let everyone know when it’s up there.

In the meantime, if you’ve been putting off downloading all those itty-bitty pdfs, here’s you chance to download one big one!


  • Jody W. January 6, 2010 at 10:27 am

    Kid #1 researched non-American holiday traditions in Dec and we learned much about epiphany and La Befana. She was a bit upset to learn that if she professed great belief in La Befana (who brings presents to kids on night of 5th in case one might be Sweet Baby J), she still couldn’t double dip in the Santa/Befana present giving.

    • Jackie Barbosa January 6, 2010 at 10:37 am

      LOL re La Befana. I keep trying to convince my kids to do the 12 Days of Christmas and open one present every day from Christmas through 12th Night, but they refuse. They can barely wait until Christmas morning to open their presents, so the idea of stringing it out 12 days doesn’t appeal to them. I guess I should be thankful, though, since 12 presents would be an AWFUL lot.

  • Ann Stephens January 6, 2010 at 3:52 pm

    Another person who celebrates 12th Night, cool!


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