People don’t usually question holiday traditions or their origins, but maybe they should. Over centuries, explanations of how and why holidays exist may have been lost or changed.
Some holiday histories might only be known by a few individuals. Ancient magic spells could have influenced how we celebrate today. Fairies, zombies, or demons may have shaped our holidays.
Consider the following…
Why do people give red roses and cards on Valentine's Day?
Is there more to the story of Purim than is traditionally told?
Why do people wear green on St. Patrick's Day?
What happens to spirits that are captured during the Japanese Doll Festival?
Where does Santa get his helpers?
You may think you know the truth, but you can’t be too sure.
This anthology includes short stories by the following authors: Daniel A. Cohen, Owen Dean, L.M. Graham, Kate Kaynak, Kimberley Long-Ewing, Maria Martinez, Emma Michaels, DK Mok, Meredith Morgenstern, Dave Porteous, Jessica Porteous, Jennifer Allis Provost, Candace Sams, Kendra L. Saunders, Rich Storrs, Keshia Swaim, Trisha J. Wooldridge, and Nicole Zoltack.