Do you want to write holiday-themed manuscripts? Chase after your dreams by getting a copy of the book, CHASE’S Calendar of Events.
This must-have tool for holiday writing lists the holidays for each day and month of the year. For instance, did you know that June 4th is the anniversary of the first free flight by a woman? July 7th is the “Father-Daughter Take a Walk Together Day.” And September is National Biscuit Month! Find all this, and more, about every holiday you could ever imagine. (And if there’s a holiday you celebrate but it isn’t in the book–contact them and they’ll be sure to add it to their pages!)
Go to your local library and look in their reference section for this book. A new and updated edition is printed every year. If you want your own copy, keep an eye out in the used bookstore section of your library. Chances are they’ll sell last year’s book for fifty cents when they pull it off the shelf for this year’s edition.
Go ahead! Write about the holidays! From the well-known to the obscure, CHASE’S Calendar of Events has it all.
-Contributed by Nancy I. Sanders