Did you know there are all sorts of things celebrated with a special day, week, or month? March is full of them. Some you know well: St. Patrick’s Day (a personal favorite of mine), March Madness, and Women’s History Month.
Some you probably don’t know about such as: National Caffeine Awareness, National Celery Month, National Frozen Food, and amazingly enough, National Umbrella Month. I don’t know about you, but I’m aware of caffeine every day, and can’t imagine why it needs a whole month of recognition.
From my perspective the ones that are important are literary. March 4 is Grammar Day (lots of social media posters need this day), the 6 – 12 is Read an eBook week, and the 16th is National Freedom of Information Day.
I plan to celebrate these occasions by ensuring this blog contains NO grammatical errors, and by telling you that all Keyes Canyon Press books are available in eBook form. You can find them wherever you search for eBooks and celebrate Read an eBook week in style!
What big days do you plan to celebrate in March? Post a comment and share the weird and wonderful things you do to revel.
A few helpful links to make your search easier:
The Maiden Voyage of the Mary Ann – by L. G. Reed
Sydney Porter:Dog Girl – by L. G. Reed
The Science of Defying Gravity – by L. G. Reed
Before the After: Love, Loss and Revolution in the Time of COVID – by Mary Anne Anderson