Well, it looks like it’s that time of the year again. Halloween is barely over, Thanksgiving hasn’t even gotten here yet (though man, is it rapidly approaching or what?), and everybody is already talking Christmas. And it appears that I’m one of those people.
But, in my defense, this is some information that I really need to put out there pretty early. So that’s why it’s currently November 11th and I’m posting about Christmas here on my blog. But I have a couple of very important notes that need to be passed along, so if you are in the market for books this Christmas season, you need to pay attention.
The United States Postal Service, or USPS, has announced their shipping deadlines for the holiday season this year. And thanks to that infodump, I can now tell you…
If you are interested in purchasing any of my paperback books, autographed or otherwise, directly from my shop here on my website, you need to make sure you have your order in by December 15th if you need to get it by Christmas.
If you submit your order after December 15th, I cannot guarantee that I can get it to you before Christmas. So if you’re thinking of buying any of my paperbacks to give to someone as a gift, or even just for yourself, and you want them to be under the tree on Christmas, now is the time you need to start thinking about placing your order.
And now for my other bit of Christmas-related news, which is actually something I haven’t done in a few years…
I am once again taking signups for free holiday cards! If you are interested in receiving a holiday card from me this year, please click this link and fill out the form.
Please note that if you live in Canada or overseas, there is a separate space on the form to fill in your address exactly how it needs to be on the postal envelope, including appropriate line breaks, for you to receive it. Last time I did international and Canadian cards, I didn’t include this block, and it was very confusing where to put what line break because I am admittedly not as familiar with addressing international addresses on envelopes as I am with United States addresses. I figured this would be a good way to ensure that the card you request actually gets to you this year. I’ll be mailing those cards out around the 15th, too, so you have a deadline of December 15th to request a card!