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Aaron’s New EBook: “Aaron Torres Presents: The Year in Sports 2012″ is Now Available!!!

Hello and good morning! I just wanted to make a quick announcement on this lovely Friday morning and let you know that my new eBook, Aaron Torres Presents the Year in Sports 2012 is now available on Amazon!!

Now for those of you who aren’t familiar with the eBook, well, I made the announcement a few weeks ago, but either way, essentially what you need to know is this: The eBook is the definitive take on sports in the year 2012. It’s over 40 of my best articles and 200 pages of my absolute best work from the calendar year. I guess what I’m trying to tell you is that if you like my work, and if you like sports (which I’m pretty sure go hand-in-hand at this point) then you’re going to love this book. You should be able to read the book on just about any eReader, including an iPad, Kindle, iPhone or any other smart phone.

So what’s in the book?

Well, if it happened in 2012 you can pretty much name it and it’s in there. There’s my article on Alabama’s National Championship. And quite a bit on Kentucky basketball; on everything from my visit to the state last winter, straight through their run to the 2012 college hoops title as well. There are articles on LeBron, Bryce Harper and Jim Calhoun’s retirement, as well as my argument for why Anthony Davis needed to be added to the Olympic team. You know, before he actually was added to the Olympic team. Not to mention my argument for the Most Annoying Fans in Sports and a tribute to my dog Oscar.  

The book also includes some of my most recent articles too. It includes articles on why the James Harden trade wouldn’t be a home run for the Houston Rockets (which it wasn’t). On Texas A&M emerging as college football’s next super-power (which it is). And on the evolution of Brian Kelly and why Notre Dame was playing in the 2013 BCS title game because of it.

I’m not saying that I covered every single thing that happened in the 2012 sports year… But I came pretty darn close.

Anyway, as I mentioned at the top, the book is now available for purchase on Amazon (I’m working to get it on iTunes and Nook too), and it makes a great gift not only for yourself, but also for any loved ones who enjoy sports too. Honestly, if you’re looking to do something nice for your buddy Aaron this holiday season, the best thing you can do is share my work with friends and family who might enjoy it.

And the best part is that the book is just $4.99!! Meaning the for half price it costs to buy a round of beers at the bar, you and your loved ones can, and will be entertained for hours. In the process, you’ll help support me and this website as well.  

Now obviously if you have any questions, you can always feel free to hit me up either here, by e-mail at ATorres00@gmail.com or on Twitter @Aaron_Torres and I’ll be glad to help you out however I can.

And finally, I just want to thank each and every one of you for making this eBook possible. It couldn’t have happened without all your support and everything you’ve done for me; not just in 2012 but all the years that led up to it too. It’s been, a long, fun, bumpy ride, but I wouldn’t have reached this point without the support of each and every one of you.

So thank you.

Pick up your copy of Aaron Torres Presents the Year in Sports 2012 today!!

- Aaron Torres
 

About Aaron Torres

Aaron Torres works for Fox Sports, and was previously a best-selling author of the book 'The Unlikeliest Champion.' He currently uses Aaron Torres Sports to occasionally weigh-in on the biggest stories from around sports. He has previously done work for such outlets as Sports Illustrated, SB Nation and Slam Magazine.

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