News from Mail Order Mystery

Here we are, a month into 2016. January is already over, the resolutions are broken and winter is not messing around. But we here at Mail Order Mystery start each new day like it is the best day ever. We are astonished, delighted and immensely grateful for all of the positive feedback and support we are getting from you. A huge thank you to all of you who bought a mystery for your kids, grandkids, nieces, nephews and friends’ kids. Thank you for sending us emails telling us how much your kids are loving the mystery and for sending pictures of your kids opening their letters and poring over their maps and clues. Thank you to those of you who took a chance on us in our very first weeks of business and bought mysteries even before we had emails and pictures to show how much kids are loving them. Thank you for signing up for our newsletter, for liking us on facebook and for telling your friends. Thank you for being patient when your mail took longer to arrive than expected. And an extra special thank you to your kids for their their wonderful imaginations.

December was a busy time for us here at Mail Order Mystery. We were happy for the great response but having so many orders to fill did set us back in the mystery development department. Things have calmed down a bit and we are pleased to tell you that we are hard at work on two new mysteries, both of which we are very excited about. If you haven’t already, sign up for our newsletter and you’ll be the first to know when they are ready.

If you know anyone who you think would like a Mail Order Mystery, please share this post with them and let them know about us and our strange and magical mystery experiences. And if you have a moment, please like our Facebook page.

In the meantime, we hope you are having a fantastic 2016, full of intrigue, adventure and happy children who can’t wait to do their homework, never fight with their siblings, eat with their forks, don’t fart at the supper table and say sorry when they are wrong. Dare to dream, right? Dare to dream.