Winter 2024 Seasons of Books Giveaway Hop

Welcome to the Winter 2024 Seasons of Books 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 the first official day of Winter no matter whether or not it’s cold and/or snowy where you are. I’m in Atlanta so the leaves that are going to fall finally have, which gives the cats a much better view of the wildlife that comes up into our backyard from the creek.

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 winter of 2023/2024:

The Imposition of Unnecessary Obstacles by Malka Older
The Lantern’s Dance by Laurie R. King
The Missing Witness by Allison Brennan
The Night Island by Jayne Ann Krentz
Random in Death by J.D. Robb

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!

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For more wonderful winter prizes, be sure to visit the other stops on this hop!

53 thoughts on “Winter 2024 Seasons of Books Giveaway Hop

  1. I have some new (to me) authors on my TBR list that I am looking forward to; as well some Mary Kubica books that I haven’t read I am going to start!

  2. I am looking forward to The Beloved by JR Ward, Winter Lost by Patricia Briggs, and The Wrath by Gena Showalter.

  3. I don’t have any in particular, but I’m looking forward to reading some new mystery books.

  4. the ones my eight year old reads to me, she’s always finding new ones. we just got how to hear the snow.

  5. I’m most looking forward to Only Hard Problems by Jennifer Estep and The Witch Queen of Halloween by Terry Cole.

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