Welcome to the September New Release Giveaway Hop! Which, incidentally, I host now. 

I will be giving away any  September 2017 new release of your choice, up to $17. The giveaway is international, as long as The Book Depository ships there free of charge (find that out here!) Oh, and if you are a US winner, I will most likely ship from Amazon- because it will be there for you sooner!) If you prefer, I will send a Kindle edition via Amazon gift. (Please note: You may only chose ONE of these options!)

And now, the books! 

Now that we’ve hit September, ALL the  books are coming out! I have adored so many of these already, too! 

Enter here to win whichever of these or any other September release your heart desires! Please be sure to check the terms and conditions :) 

Ends September 30, 2017 at 11:59pm EDT
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Now hop along to all the other blogs, and thanks for entering! Good luck :)

Posted September 1, 2017 by Shannon @ It Starts at Midnight in Giveaway / 75 Comments


75 responses to “September New Release Giveaway Hop!

  1. Our high school teacher gave us lots of Greek literature to read, except from Homer who was mandatory to finish. In my free time I used to read the translated edition of “Pride & Predujice”, until I finished high school and switched to English novels. Thank you for the giveaway!

  2. I remember reading ahead when my sixth grade class was reading A Wrinkle in Time. I had one hand marking where everyone else was and another flipping the pages fast so I could find out what happened!

  3. Zaira F

    Honestly the books they made us read in school were mostly classics, which I didn’t enjoy. I just don’t think that’s the kind of books you made kids in the 6th grade or under read lol

    • Same here, I wasn’t fond of all the classic reads teachers chose for us. There was one teacher though when I was in elementary school that made my reading love grow abundantly. She used to send me a book by mail that she thought I might enjoy reading and I would send one back, something she didn’t have to do. I will always remember that.

  4. I didn’t like most of the books I had to read in school, but I LOVED We. I really need to reread it now that I’ve read a lot more dystopian novels and see what I think.

  5. i hate those we had to read it nearly stripped me of my love of books as all the one we were asked to read were dark, depressive and never an happy ending

  6. Funny you mentioned A Separate Peace, I actually liked that one too. I liked maybe half (?): Lord of the Flies, The Scarlet Letter, The Assistant, Invisible Man, Romeo and Juliet (romance, always), The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, To Kill a Mockingbird, Animal Farm. If it wasn’t for school, I would have read almost no classics. So, that’s a good thing, but I feel like I didn’t have enough life experience to really appreciate some of the books, since they really were not geared towards young adults.

  7. John Smith

    “Since schools are starting up again, let’s talk books you read in school! Did you like any of them? I admit, I mostly skimmed mine, but I liked A Separate Peace. Certainly more than any of the others ;)” I got to read “The Martian Chronicles” as an example of fine writing in 8th- or 9th-grade English!

  8. I turned reading literary commentaries and essays about books I was supposed to be reading into an art. I did love Romeo and Juliet though. I actually liked very few books that I had to read in school.

  9. Morgane

    I actually liked most of the classics I had to read for English class, like To Kill A Mockingbird. The german ones, however, are another story. Professor Unrat is probably the book I hate the most in the world, it doesn’t help that I had to retake that exam 9 times 😉

  10. Kim M

    I don’t remember reading books in school. I think I just looked at them long enough to make teachers think that I read them.

  11. Kate Sarsfield

    I loved the classics & have re-read them many times as well as the Shakespearean plays and all the poetry. There was one though that I absolutely hated: George Eliot’s ‘Silas Marner’. I just couldn’t get into it at all!

  12. Judy Cox

    Honestly, it has been so long since I have graduated from school that I really don’t remember what we had to read. When I was in school we didn’t have to read as many books as the children have to now (thank goodness)!!!

  13. Solange

    I loved all the books I read for English class, which included The Handmaid’s Tale, To Kill A Mockingbird, Jane Eyre, An Inspector Calls, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and many others.

  14. Man all these friggin books… I am intentionally NOT going to Goodreads to look at any of these, because that will not go well for my TBR/ finances, but I can say Warcross and There’s Someone in the House are two I definitely plan on reading ASAP. And so many ass kicking covers! Who knows, maybe Invictus I’ll grab too, because time travel.

  15. Summer

    I didn’t love most of the books I read in school, but I did enjoy The Outsiders, I do remember thinking at the time that I wanted the female characters to play a bigger role in the story, but considering that most books I was assigned in school were either strictly about boys or boys and their dogs, I guess it was a bonus that females were even included.

  16. MJ

    I had to read A Separate Peace for school too! I actually really liked a lot of the books we did in school. In elementry I remember loving Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH, and in high school I loved The Scarlet Pimpernel, and Outliers.

  17. I liked most of the books I read in middle school and high school, but not college.
    The funny thing is, I’m a 6th grade language arts teacher so it’s my job to get kids to read (and hopefully, like the books!)

  18. OMG so many great choices! I’m not entering because I’ll be out of the country when you pick a winner, but thanks for this because now I have a ton of books to add to my to-read list! 😀

  19. Delia Chavez

    I didnt start liking reading until I was older but I do remember reading Harry Potter when I was in middle school and I really enjoyed it

  20. Demi Adrienne Visitacion

    During highschool, they made us read books written by our National Hero, Dr. Jose Rizal (Noli Mi Tangere, El Filibusterismo). The books were great but I just wasn’t the history-loving type.

  21. I think if present Sarah could go back in time and read the required reading for school, I would actually like most of the books. But I hate being forced to read something. It automatically ruins the mood for me. I was the student that would watch the movie and hope for the best when it came to the tests LOL.

  22. I didn’t like reading in high school, probably because I was “forced” to read. But when a friend told me she read Jane Eyre in high school, I felt wronged. LOL It’s one of my favorite books now.

  23. Kate J

    I hated every book I read for school, which is a feat as I’ve been an avid reader for as long as I can remember.

  24. Lisa

    It wasn’t till I had an English teacher that introduced me to VC Andrews and Stephen King that I really became a lover of reading

  25. Christine

    I didn’t like the books that we were required to read in school. But, we had projects where we have to make book reports of our choice! That I loved. I did Mitch Albom’s books and The Little Prince ❤

  26. Ellen Stafford

    I didn’t enjoy reading any of the books at school. I feel I would probably enjoy them now that I am a bit older.

  27. Elin

    I don´t remember much of the books I read in school although is wasn´t that long ago. So, no I can´t say any of them were good actually.

  28. Angela Z.

    We’re reading The Divine Commedy by Dante Alighieri in my Italian class and, despite the work being so old, its content is still present and I’m loving it.

  29. Jan Lee

    I didn’t read alot of the books that were “assigned” to be read. I liked to choose what I read, and did so more at home 🙂 I did, and still do read mostly at home!

  30. Kaitlyn A.

    I didn’t read many books for school, but the ones I thought were interesting were Brave New World and Their Eyes Were Watching God

  31. I’ve actually not started school yet – I don’t start till October 1st! And I would love to read They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera because everyone I know who has read it has loved it.

  32. J.A. Arce

    Well, there were two books I really liked in highschool that were The tunnel and Ines of my soul. Other than that tbh there weren’t many exciting books.

  33. Stacy

    I had an amazing English teacher (I actually had her for all four years of high school) and we read so many great books in her class, I can only thing of maybe one or two books that I did not like from any of her classes. She was the teacher that got me into dystopian novels – A Handmaid’s Tale, 1984, and Brave New World just to name a few.

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