TL;DR version: Thanks for your support of Puzzazz!
Here's a free puzzle ebook to show our appreciation.

If you're new to the Puzzazz Newsletter, welcome! You'll find that we send out newsletters infrequently and irregularly, about once a month. We send when we have something we think you'll be interested in, and we don't waste your time with anything else. So, without further ado ...
Dear Puzzazzlers,

Ah, the long Thanksgiving weekend. Everybody knows the schedule:

  • Thursday: Turkey
  • Friday: Shopping
  • Saturday: Football
  • Sunday: Puzzles!

It's Sunday, so we have a puzzle gift for you. And something extra too.

The ThanksThank you for all of the support you've given us over the last few years.
Thanks for solving our puzzles. Thanks for enjoying them!
Thanks for giving us feedback and making suggestions.
For a few of you, thanks for helping us figure out some problems.
Thanks for backing our Kickstarter campaign for the Year of Puzzles.
  (Kickstarter backers, we'll have an update for you on Wednesday.)
Thanks for solving the New York Times Crossword in Puzzazz.
  (thanks to Will Shortz and krewe for producing a great puzzle!)
Thanks for solving puzzles from all over the web in Puzzazz.
  (thanks to all the constructors and editors of those puzzles!)

Thanks for helping make Puzzazz the best that it can be.
Thanks for telling your friends about Puzzazz.

Last, but certainly not least, thank you for believing in what we're building and for sharing this experience with us!

The GiftOf course, if we're going to give you a gift, it's going to be puzzles — 100 free puzzles, in fact. We've just released Jumping to Conclusions, a new book of hangman riddles by Bruce Leban. A hangman riddle is a fun cross between a hangman puzzle and a trivia question, both light and challenging. Or, as Ken Jennings (of Jeopardy! fame) puts it in the foreword he wrote for the book, it's like Wheel of Fortune meets Jeopardy!

But the best thing about this new book is that you get it for free, with no strings attached. Just use the link below to add it to your Puzzazz account. Even better, you can give a copy to all of your friends, too. When you use the link, you'll receive a new, personalized link. Send that to your friends, or post it on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, or wherever you hang out. And, when five of your friends use your link, we'll give you a coupon for another free book of your choice, up to a $5 value. And then your friends can do the same thing. Just to make it clear: no purchase is necessary, by either you or your friends. It's all free as our way of saying thanks. This free offer expires at the end of the year (but the coupon you get won't expire). Here's the link:

One More ThingIf you haven't yet taken a look at the ebook of Mike Selinker's Maze of Games, read on for an extra incentive. Mike calls The Maze of Games a "puzzle novel" — it takes the idea of a puzzlehunt with a story, like our Year of Puzzles, and it combines it with an immersive novel-length story with twists and turns, highly thematic puzzles, and spectacular art.

As amazing as The Maze of Games is, the ebook is even more amazing. It's not just a great puzzle ebook — it's a great ebook, period, one like you've never seen before. If you love puzzles, you owe it to yourself to check it out.

Like all Puzzazz ebooks, The Maze of Games starts with a free puzzle. You also get the introductory chapters and the first maze. But, if you use the link below, you'll get a preview of three extra puzzles for free. Feel free to share this link with your friends.

In closing, thanks again and happy puzzling!

The Puzzazz Team

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