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December 16, 2014

Here’s an interesting little factoid: most medieval people didn’t exactly celebrate their birthday Basically, these folks didn’t have calendars and couldn’t be certain what date their birthday was. Instead, they celebrated their saint day, as in the saint for which they were named.

However according to some sources, nobility did celebrate their personal birthday.

King Bewilliam was “born” on Dec. 14 with the publication of The Lost King. Even monarchs didn’t always hit the date of their birth right on the head so we’re marking this anniversary with a days’ long celebration, and special pricing on The King’s Redress, Book Three of The Bewildering Adventures of King Bewilliam. By virtue of his largesse it’s $2.99 today. What a guy.

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