Fall Seasons of Books 2023 Giveaway Hop


Welcome to the Fall Seasons of Books 2023 Giveaway Hop, hosted by It Starts At Midnight and Versatileer!

Once upon a time, this was the Month of Books Giveaway Hop, now it’s the Seasons of Books Giveaway Hop, with the hops starting on the days the seasons change. Today is actually the THIRD day of Fall no matter what it looks like where you are. I’m in Atlanta so the leaves have started falling and the cats are FASCINATED!

But the question this season is the same question it’s always been for one of these particular hops. What book or books are you most looking forward to this season?

I’m never looking forward to just one thing when it comes to books. Here are a few that are at the top of my list for this fall of 2023:

Bookshops & Bonedust by Travis Baldree
Chaos Terminal by Mur Lafferty
Murder Crossed Her Mind by Stephen Spotswood
Shards of Glass by Michelle Sagara
Valdemar by Mercedes Lackey

What about you? What books are you most looking forward to this fall? Answer in the rafflecopter for your choice of either a $10 Amazon Gift Card or $10 in books so you can get one or two of the books on your list!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

For more fabulous fall prizes, be sure to visit the other stops on this hop!

58 thoughts on “Fall Seasons of Books 2023 Giveaway Hop

  1. I’ve seen really good reviews for The Book Club Hotel by Sarah Morgan so I’m looking forward to giving that a try.

  2. Topping my list this upcoming fall season:
    The Little Liar – Mitch Albom
    The Circle by katherena vermette

  3. I’m most looking forward to Warrior’s Hope by Rebecca Zanetti, Iron Flame by Rebecca Yaros, Cold Curses by Chloe Neill, and Born to be Badger by Shelley Laurenston.

  4. I haven’t picked anything to read yet this month but I would like something spooky for sure.

  5. I’m not sure when it’s coming out, but I’m waiting on Deborah Harkness’ new book that is following the All Souls Trilogy.

  6. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!
    I’m looking forward to Iron Flame by Rebecca Yarros
    Frostbitten by Rebecca Zanetti

  7. No specific titles, but it’s almost time for me to be reading some holiday cozy mysteries!

  8. I don’t have anything I’m looking forward to in particular. I really need to make a trip to the library and see what I can find.

    On my shelf, I am rereading The Tightwad Gazette and Dining on a Dime.

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