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21 December: the IPG Advent Calendar
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What achievement are you most proud of this year and how will you be celebrating it over the festive break?

Maha Moushabeck, Digital Marketing Assistant, Yale University Press

This year I am most proud of the YaleBooks blog and all the hard work we, at Yale UP, have put in to it. Every time I look at it, I think how far it has come and what a great resource of extra content it is for our readers. This past year our authors have contributed more pieces than they have in the past, we launched a separate section called 'The Art Blog' and we have interviewed some fascinating people. And on top of this, it looks visually great!

I will be celebrating this Christmas with some skiing in beautiful snowy Japan - I feel very lucky!

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