Free eBook Giveaway of Some of the Best of Tor.com 2016 Edition

We are very excited to offer a free download of the 2016 edition of Some of the Best from Tor.com, an anthology of 25 of our favorite short stories and novelettes from the last year. Readers worldwide can download the ebook for free by signing up for the Tor.com Publishing newsletter from midnight EST on January 10th until 11:59 P.M. EST on January 17th.

Of course, you can always enjoy all of our free weekly short stories by visiting Tor.com’s fiction index. These stories were acquired and edited for Tor.com by Ellen Datlow, Ann VanderMeer, Carl Engle-Laird, Liz Gorinsky, Patrick Nielsen Hayden, Justin Landon, Diana Pho, and Miriam Weinberg. Each story is accompanied by an original illustration.

See the table of contents below, along with download instructions for the giveaway!

 

Some of the Best of Tor.com, 2016 — Table of Contents

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How to redeem the free ebook edition of Some of the Best of Tor.comVisit http://giveaway.tor.com/ between midnight (12:00 AM EST) on Tuesday, January 10th, and 11:59 PM EST on Tuesday, January 17th to sign up for the Tor.com Publishing newsletter and download the DRM-free ebook. This offer is available globally.

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