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Huffington Post Books 2012: Free eBook Of Our Favorite Stories Of The Year

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We’ve published all manner of articles in The Huffington Post Books section in 2012. We’ve followed the machinations of Amazon and the publishing industry; we’ve tracked mergers and new launches, self-publishing and award winners. Our ongoing series Where I Like To Read, Rejected Covers and Writer Wednesday continue to feature some of the hottest names around. We’ve published blogposts and excerpts from some of the biggest names in the business.

We attended BookExpo America, the Frankfurt Book Fair, the LA Festival of Books, the National Book Awards and the National Book Festival. Our Book Club debuted this year with bustling author events in Boston, Seattle, New York as well in Google Hangouts. Our Twitter feed and Facebook page have become must-visit hubs of community conversation and activity.

Yet we’re just getting started. We have all manner of exciting plans for 2013, including… well, that would be telling. Let’s just say, you’re going to want to keep reading with us for the best in book coverage, reviews, opinion and more.

As a ‘thank you’ for following us, we’d like to offer you a free ebook of some of the best writing to appear on HuffPost Books in 2012. They aren’t necessarily the year’s biggest stories, but they’re among the most thought provoking that we’ve published. If you received an ereader for Christmas, here's a chance to load it with some great, free reading.

We’ve used the Readlists tool from top publishing startup Readability to create the ebook. Click here to access and download "HuffPost Books 2012" from Readlists, and follow the instructions in the righthand column.

Thanks for reading with us, and see you in 2013,

Andrew Losowsky, Editor, HuffPost Books
Zoë Triska, Associate Editor, HuffPost Books
Annemarie Dooling, Senior Community Editor, HuffPost Books
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