All of our books have been delivered that were ordered for holiday delivery.
Have a happy new year and do consider sharing our website for holidays like Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day.
If you have an adult reader on your gift list and want to order a printed book from YourNovel.com, please refer to this info:
In the USA, you’ll need to get your orders for paperback books in by Sunday, December 17 to use our STANDARD SHIPPING option – USPS Priority Mail. After that, you will have to use the US EXPRESS shipping option for guaranteed delivery by Christmas. STANDARD SHIPPING might make delivery, but we will not guarantee that.
If you need a printed book as a gift before Christmas (or you are the type who worries about things), it would be best to choose the US EXPRESS SHIPPING service for guaranteed delivery. We have never guaranteed US Priority Mail (our standard delivery) for a specified delivery date, nor will we this year.
No orders for printed books for Christmas delivery can be made after December 20 for delivery by Christmas, and you will have to choose the US EXPRESS shipping option. The United States Post Office will deliver US EXPRESS mail on Dec 24 and Dec 25, according to their website – www.usps.com.
Hardback book orders must be in by the 19th and will require US EXPRESS Shipping for delivery by Christmas.
Of course, ebooks can be made until December 24th.
Outside the USA, you’ll need to get your orders for paperback books in by Thursday, December 14. After that, you will have to use the Out-of-Country EXPRESS Service option for delivery by Christmas. No orders for printed books for Christmas delivery can be made after December 20 for delivery by Christmas for orders outside the contiguous USA.
We will be monitoring production and will do all that we can to get all books to you by December 25th.
Our long-standing policy remains in effect: no refunds will be issued due to weather issues. If planes can’t fly and trucks can’t roll, no mail will get delivered.
Weather and disasters are always beyond our power, and we hope all of us have none to be concerned with. However, we cannot be held accountable for delivery problems caused by circumstances beyond our control.