Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Thanksgiving week DISCOUNTS on books by Christy K Robinson

Plan now for your holiday shopping--here are the books and dates when they'll be discounted on Amazon.com in the United States. The dates don't match up exactly because Amazon's calendars have a mind of their own! So mark your calendar or set a notification for your mobile phone, because this is the best deal I'm allowed to make for you.

If you already own the paperbacks or Kindle editions, remember your family members: parents, siblings, your favorite cousins... All four titles (five, if you count the out-of-print devotional book!) by Christy Robinson have five-star reviews, so you know you're giving a quality gift.


You can quickly open the Amazon sales page from the hyperlinks below. Checkout is extremely secure and easy: I've been an Amazon customer since 1997 and have never had a security issue with them.

The Kindle editions have every word and image that the paperback books do, but most readers (and I) prefer to read history on paper because you can return to sections or review the resources and images in the front and back of the text. And paperbacks are keepers that you can leave out on the sofa table or loan to your family, while Kindle is more limited. In any case, you have the choice!

Of course, a paperback is easy to send directly to your recipient, gift-wrapped, but did you know that you can give a Kindle e-book as a gift? Amazon offers that option. Your recipient needs to have either a Kindle device, or the free Kindle app on their tablet or computer.

Kindle editions are found at Amazon's site. Click the book titles to go to the book's sales page.
Nov. 24                  $7.99                      regular price
Nov. 25-26            $4.99                      38% off
Nov. 27-28            $5.99                      26% off
Nov. 29                  $6.99                      13% off
Dec. 1                     $7.99                      regular price

Nov. 19                  $7.99                      regular price
Nov. 20                  $4.99                      38% off
Nov. 21-22            $5.99                      26% off
Nov. 23-24            $6.99                      13% off
Nov. 25                  $7.99                      regular price
(Amazon Kindle wouldn’t allow me to use the same dates for this one as the other Dyer books.)

Nov. 24                  $6.99                      regular price
Nov. 25-26            $3.99                      43% off
Nov. 27-28            $4.99                      29% off
Nov. 29                  $5.99                      15% off
Dec. 1                     $6.99                      regular price

Paperback books are also on sale between these dates. Note that these books are discounted at Amazon's subsidiary, CreateSpace, NOT at Amazon's regular site. Click the book title to go to its sale page on CreateSpace. Use the discount code, which is unique to each book title.

Regular price        $19.99
Nov. 25-30            $15.00                   25% off

Use 25% Discount code N52GM43B at CreateSpace link.
Dec. 1                     $19.99

Regular price        $19.99
Nov. 25-30            $15.00                   25% off

Use 25% Discount code BFJMT9AG at CreateSpace link.
Dec. 1                    $19.99

Regular price        $12.00
This is already the minimum price I’m allowed to set, so no discount can be made.


by Christy K Robinson
 Paperback book only, not available in e-book
Regular price        $14.00
Nov. 25-30           $10.50                   25% off

Use 25% Discount code: TAPDAVEQ
at CreateSpace link.
Dec. 1                 $14.00










Another gift idea is buying reproduction letters
in the handwriting of Mary Barrett Dyer
and her husband William Dyer.
Click the tab above this article,
or click this link to open a new page:
http://marybarrettdyer.blogspot.com/p/mary-dyer-1659-letter.html 

Early-colonial thanksgiving customs and foods

© 2015 Christy K Robinson

Have you wondered how your early American ancestors celebrated Thanksgiving customs, and what foods they feasted upon? Check out these articles and books for some vivid details! (Click the colored links to read the articles.)  Reading these articles to your Thanksgiving guests could be a fun activity during the "other" 12-15 hours you're not sitting in front of the traditional feast.

How the English colonists celebrated thanksgiving in Massachusetts Bay Colony 

Thanksgiving in New England--no parties or football 
bit.ly/1iPehJa 

Heart-stopping meals of colonial New England: Recipes you can try
bit.ly/skQaJT 

How rodents carried out the will of God: the mouse that ate the Book of Common Prayer
http://bit.ly/2fVikdA

How To Make 17th-Century Delights: Whipp'd Syllabub (a frothy cocktail)
http://www.theawl.com/2012/07/17th-century-delights-whippd-syllabub

The true story behind Thanksgiving is a bloody struggle that decimated the population and ended with a head on a stick
http://www.businessinsider.com/history-of-thanksgiving-2017-11

The late Carolina Capehart was a historic culinarian. Read her Thanksgiving articles here:
 https://firesidefeasts.wordpress.com/?s=Thanksgiving



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For a first-hand description of thanksgiving days held in Boston and Salem in the 1630s and 1640s, read it in Mary Dyer Illuminated, by Christy K Robinson. It's Volume I of the two-part story of William and Mary Dyer. The Dyers series, which has won almost unanimous five-star reviews, is available in paperback and Kindle at online booksellers like Amazon.  
Be sure to order the series for yourself, and as gifts for friends and family members. 
http://www.amazon.com/Christy-K-Robinson/e/B004S7UTNE/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_1
http://bit.ly/RobinsonAuthor


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