What is Miracle Monday?

Viewing my Twitter feed this morning I’m seeing the #miraclemonday hashtag cropping up repeatedly. Not having seen it before I was wondering what it was.

My first thought was that maybe it’s a special day after Easter Sunday, an attempt to prolong the joy of the resurrection.

My second thought was that it was one of those trying-to-be-cool social media things, where it seems necessary to attach some sort of cheesy alliteration to everything we do. But why confine it to a Monday, I’m sure miracles can happen any day of the week.

At times like this your best friend is usually Google. What did Google tell me? That Miracle Monday is the second Superman novel by Elliot S. Maggin where Superman battles to defeat Saturn, published in 1981.

There wasn’t much else mentioned so I’m still a little bit in the dark, maybe it’s a generation thing. If you have any insight, let me know. My money is on the cheesy alliteration.

One Response to What is Miracle Monday?

  1. Anne Aitken says:

    I have read the Miracle Monday and I found it really interesting. Monday’s for me are far from being miraculous, they are quite the opposite. Some Mondays I don’t even like to get up in the morning.

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