Sunday, December 20, 2015

Holiday Break

Sunday, December 20, 2015
Holiday greeting card
Loretta & Isabella report:

As mentioned on Friday, we’re taking our annual break from social media to enjoy in-person holiday festivities with our families. We’ll be back on the first Monday of 2016, and we hope you’ll rejoin us as we begin yet another nerdy history year. Thank you for continuing to encourage us!

We wish you the most joyous of holiday seasons and a New Year filled with all kinds of good things, historical and otherwise.

Image of what is apparently a news carrier’s greeting card—appropriate, we thought, for the 2NHG bringers of old news. Dated between 1880-90. Image courtesy Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA

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6 comments:

Helena said...

Happy Holidays! and thank you for all your interesting posts over the year.

Quinn said...

Enjoy your respite! I'll look forward to many interesting and amusing posts in 2016 :)

Rose Phillips said...

Have a wonderful holiday season. I look forward to your return.

Cathy Spencer said...

Have a great holiday, ladies! I've enjoyed reading your posts this Fall.

http://au.essay-writing-place.com/ said...

Thanks! Have a wonderful holiday too! I hope to see some holiday like posts! I must say I've been so happy with your posts during this year.
Sincerely, with hugs and kisses,
Angelika

LynS said...

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. I am glad you are unplugged, but wanted to pass on a late present to Loretta Chase. Today's 12/30 Washington Post had a review by Sarah MacLean about your book Dukes Prefer Blonds. "Loretta Chasse excels at turning romance into deeply felt stories driven by characters whose emotions ring true." I agree.

 
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