4 Holiday Gift Ideas for the Readers on Your List

4 Holiday Gift Ideas for the Readers on Your List

Just as soon as Halloween passed, retailers instantly rolled-out the Thanksgiving and year-end holiday decorations and stocked their shelves with tons of new inventory for Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and New Year’s. So now is the time to start making your list and checking it twice, considering who’s been naughty and who’s been nice.

Surely everyone in your family and social circle has been totally adorable. So you’re probably already trying to figure out what kind of gift to give them that expresses how much they mean to you.

To help you, here are four great gift ideas. Most

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Now’s the Time to Scare Up Some Halloween Reading

Because the end of summer heralds the start of winter, many people depend on the October crop harvest for their survival. That’s one reason why performing rituals to keep evil away during the cold, dark days ahead gave rise to the tradition we now know as Halloween.

Children and grownups alike enjoy celebrating the biggest costume, ghost story, and candy giveaway holiday of the year – Halloween or All Hallows Eve. To help you get into the ghostly and witchy spirit of the season, here is some interesting information about this rather curious and peculiar holiday – along

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Free-ebooks.net: Now Five Million Strong and Growing!

Imagine the biggest brick and mortar bookstore in a major city like New York or Los Angeles. Huge, huh? Now picture this. If Free-eBooks.net was an actual brick and mortar library or bookstore it would have to be at least 300 million square feet large in order to safely and comfortably hold all its customers at one time.

Celebrating the 5,000,000 Mark

That’s 150 times bigger than the Library of Congress and 200 times larger than the main building housing the Smithsonian Museum!

Why so big, you ask? Well, we are thrilled and proud to announce that this

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