~October New Release Giveaway Hop ~



Enter to win any October New Release of your choice.
YA/NA/Adult... whatever your heart desires!

International as long as The Book Depository ships to you. 

$13 and under.

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73 comments:

  1. Book rec - The Forgetting by Sharon Cameron! It's a September 2016 publication, too. :D Definitely one of my favorite YA books of 2016! All of her books are worth reading.

    Thank you, Jaime!

    Alyssa @ The Eater of Books!

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  2. I recommend "My Lady Jane." It's an amazing book :]

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  3. Awesome giveaway!! I'll rec Stalking Jack the Ripper. I don't read a lot of Historical Fiction/Semi-Steampunk, but I thought that book was really cool!

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  4. I need to read Stalking Jack the Ripper...

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  5. I would love to read Melissa Tagg's newest book in the Walker Family Series, Keep Holding On. nina4sm/at/gmail/dot/com

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  6. Burn by Suzanne Wright - great paranormal romance :)

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  7. I loved the Shatter Me series by Tahereh Mafi. So many books this month coming out!!

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  8. I recommend Missing Pieces by Heather Gudenkauf.

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  9. i can't recommend you enough black diamond by susannah sandlin which will release later this year you can get wild man's curse to wait as it's book 1 and i LOVED it!

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  10. Here's my fave joke ever! There are two potatoes standing on a street corner. How do you know which one is a prostitute?.....The one that says IDAHO!!!! LOL!!!! Thanks for the giveaway! :D

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  11. I just finished listening to An Ember In The Ashes on audiobook and I couldn't be more on cloud 9. It was seriously the best YA book I've read to date and just checked out The Torch Against the Night, I can't wait to get into it!

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  12. I just read Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo. It was fabulous!

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  13. Reading Common Wealth years Ann patchett so good

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  14. Loving the audiobook of BALLAD OF THE WHISKEY ROBBER right now!

    --Trix

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  15. Thanks for the giveaway; I would recommend any book by Sarah Maas. :)

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  16. I'd like to recommend any Kasie West's books if you're in mood of contemporary! Her books are all adorable and cute <33

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  17. They've been around for awhile, but if you haven't read them, read the Outlander books.

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  18. I highly recommend Jennifer Esteps' series Elemental Assassin

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  19. I recommend Darynda Jones' Charley Davidson series.

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  20. If you haven´t read already you should absolutely read The last oracle series by Emily Wibberley. It starts with Sacrificed. Great series!

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  21. Hi!! Thank you so much for this opportunity :-) :-) you should check out Juliet Marillier's Daughter of The Forrest. It's the book that got me into fantasy. I read it back in high school and I was blown away :-) :-)

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  22. If you haven't read any Maas, you SHOULD! I LOVE the Throne of Glass series so am so happy that Empire of Storms is out this month. ACOTAR is really lovely too and I NEED to get my hands on the sequel!

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  23. Book recommendation ---! Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon!

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  24. The last book I read was Burial Rites and it was amazing, I recommend it! I don't tend to read Adult historical, but it was so well written and really snuck up on me.

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  25. Jennifer Nielsen's books are amazing!! Everyone should read them!

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  26. It's not a new book, but since the movie is coming out early next year, if you have not read Ready Player One I highly recommend it. Lots of 80's nostalgia but a really good story.

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  27. One of my favorite series, Ilona Andrew's Kate Daniels novels has a new one this month, Magic Binds!

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  28. I have two recs for you! Change of Heart by Nicole Jacquelyn and For Better or Worse by Lauren Layne!
    Genesis @ Latte Nights Reviews

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  29. I’m really looking forward to reading Three Dark Crowns. I’ve heard really good things about that one! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  30. I know you are trying to push the newest books. But, if I entered and do win, I would like to choose any book I wanted even an older one. Is that possible?








































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  31. I recently read The Silent Waters by Brittaint C. Cherry and I loved it!!

    Betul E.

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  32. I'm really looking forward to reading Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake because I've read her Anna Dressed in Blood and loved it!

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  33. I just finished reading Nevernight by Jay Kristoff and it' amazing! Definitely recommend it.

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  34. My 20 year old daughter recommends The Outlander books.

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  35. A Roman walks into a bar, holds up two fingers, and says: “Five beers, please.”

    So many people don't get this joke! :D

    ~ KateS

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  36. I loved the Miss Peregrine series and am now going to read Ransom Riggs' newest book "Tales of the Peculiar." This book happens to be a September new release, so that's very lucky :)

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  37. I loved Three Dark Crowns and All the Missing Girls

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  38. Read Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon! It was AMAZING!

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  39. Thanks for the giveaway, this month there is just too much of new books to choose from!
    Karina

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  40. I just read a really creep book about a spider apocalypse called The Hatching. Good Halloween reading. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  41. There are so many books that I already have on my TBR that has come out in October, that I will be reading through Christmas!!!

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  42. I recently read a book called Girl hearts Girl by Lucy Sutcliffe about her story of discovering herself. It was good.

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  43. I recommend Gemina and Holding Up the Universe by Jennifer Niven.

    Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction

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  44. book rec: Fingersmith by Sarah Waters

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  45. The Silent Waters by Brittainy C. Cherry

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  46. Definitely looking forward to Boy Robot this month! You should give it a try :D

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  47. I really should be studying right now, I have four midterms in the next two weeks... but books take priority!
    Hopefully I can still get those A's tho

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  48. For this season, I wholeheartedly recommend everything by Ray Bradbury, especially the spooky books. :D

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  49. I want to rant! I have been living in China and I want a fing pizza!!!

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  50. I'm currently reading Phantom Limbs and so far I really like it. The characters are so real. Highly recommended so far.

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  51. I am currently reading Illuminae and it is just such an interesting way to tell a story, you just have to read it for yourself. And the second book, Gemina, releases this month, so catch up now!

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  52. While I haven't seen much literary fiction on the blogs in this Hop, I NEEEEEED to recommend and call attention to a brilliant author: Zadie Smith. Her latest, "Swing Time," will be released soon... And guess who bought a ticket (+ copy of the book) to see her next month, on her book tour? Me! I'm sooooo jazzed about this.
    SO jazzed.
    :)
    --Ann
    http://www.ew.com/article/2016/10/14/zadie-smith-swing-time-tour

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  53. Hmmm, a recommendation? Have you seen Red Winter by Annette Marie? I just finished it and really enjoy it. Thank you for the giveaway, Jamie!

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  54. Thanks so much for the giveaway! I recommend...Horns by Joe Hill. :)

    -Lauren

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  55. October is full of some of the best new releases. I have read great reviews on Fear the Drowning Deep and will definitely be reading that one. First time visitor and new follower, looking forward to your thoughts.

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  56. I recently read The Hating Game by Sally Thorne. It was really good.

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  57. I loved Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake!

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  58. I've read Iron Cast and loved it! Def. rec for people to choose that one :D

    Since I've read it and have When the Moon was Ours to read as well, I'd pick Darkly Beating Heart.

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  59. Just finished Magic Binds by Ilona Andrews and loved it!

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  60. I'm reading the Ascenders: Skypunch by C. L. Gaber and I really like it; I'd read the first book Ascenders which made me want to read this sequel :)

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  61. I'm reading The Obsidian Chamber a new release by Preston and Childs, so far it's great.

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  62. I recently read Maid of Secrets by Jennifer McGowan and it was really good. I highly recommend it! :)

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  63. I'd like to recommend Mia Sheridan's books to romance readers :)

    ~ KateS

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  64. I'd highly recommend the Winston Brothers series by Penny Reid. You won't regret reading her books ! :-)

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  65. Oh I have to say this is my favorite time of year for reading! I love all the holiday related books! So excited to dig in! Nothing better than reading on a snowy day!

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  66. I'm reading Small Great Things. It's a difficult storyline but I am really enjoying the book. I recommend it.

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  67. I've been enjoying books by Christine Warren and S.E. Smith. I want to vent about the weather. It's almost November and it's been nearly 90 degrees. Where is my fall weather? Thanks for the giveaway!
    AnnS

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  68. I don't have a specific book but rather favorite authors whose books I love and can't wait to read like Jill Shalvis, Lori Foster and Julie Anne Long. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  69. I highly recommend Nevernight by Jay Kristoff!

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  70. I recommend Colleen Hoover books. :)

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