It’s really the end I’m afraid… our very last entry of the Advent calendar. Come take a look for the very last time!
Day 24: A Parting gift 2
First: A Word of Thanks
Thank you first and foremost to all the wonderful writers who went above and beyond to make this Advent calendar the success that it was. These stories were not only invaluable in thanking the efforts of all the hard work put in by the contributors of the Fangbangers Anonymous blog but I know they were essential in bringing a smile to a lot of readers’ faces, evoking a Christmas spirit and joy when perhaps there hadn’t been any before. Or at the very least, we offered a good alternative to chocolate!
While it was wonderful to receive a personalised gift in the process the greatest gift to me was seeing the reactions that flooded in every day. How involved everyone was and the excitement that built day by day. Thank you all for coming along for the ride, I’ll be hanging up my Secret Santa hat with a bit of regret but we all knew it had to end one day. Have yourselves a Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and a wonderful 2016!
Now for the Very Last Gift(s)
All the writers involved in the Advent calendar have been generous enough to provide us with .pdf versions of their story. We’ve collated them all into one providing you with well over a 100k words worth of wonderful tales. If you prefer them separately, fear not, we have provided those as well although we do feel as unique and imaginative all these stories were apart their presence in the calendar has brought them together beyond the simple theme of a Viking and a Telepath around Christmas time.
Just click on the picture or link below to be taken to the .pdf version and save it for your own use.
May your next few days be merry, whether you celebrate something or not. We hope you enjoyed your offerings this past month, and if you did be sure to leave my fellow contributors and the awesome writers that wrote them a story a word of thanks! Lastly a special word of thanks to all those who greeted this calendar with such enthusiasm and joy. It was a blast!