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

I will be giving away any  November 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! 

Ah, November is a rather slow month. I mean, it’s no December, but it’s close 😉 But there are some really exciting ones, so quality over quantity, yes? 

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

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

Posted November 1, 2017 by Shannon @ It Starts at Midnight in Giveaway / 59 Comments

59 responses to “November New Release Giveaway Hop!

  1. Solange

    The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood. Not only does this novel make us extremely thankful for feminism and all that the movement has achieved – a magnificent feat in and of itself. It also makes us thankful for our human ability to see and feel things strongly, and be willing to strive for change when it’s needed.

  2. The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue! This origional witty book made me happy. I listened to the audio version which was brilliantly narratored. Excited to see it nominated for the Goodreads Choice Awards.

  3. Mary

    I was thankful for “The Anchoress” by Robyn Cadwallader. A very different kind of read for me. Made me spreads my literary wings more.

  4. Suzanne

    I am thankful for the 3rd harry potter illustrated book, the prisoner of azkaban, because I am collecting them to read to my daughter once she is older x

  5. Morgane

    I’m thankful for Spellbook Of the Lost and Found because I felt like this book had been written especially for me!

  6. MJ

    I’m super thankful for The Art of Feeling, which helped me get back into reading after school and all that craziness started.

  7. Kate Sarsfield

    I’m thankful I discovered Susie Stein and her crime series – Missing Presumed had so many twists! Brilliant.

  8. techeditor

    This year I’m thankful for THE STARS ARE FIRE by Anita Shreve because I won it and because I never read this author before because I ordinarily dislike the type of books she writes but I learned that I like her writing very much. So I discovered an author.

  9. Kim M

    Oh gosh. I have to just pick one book. I’m going to have to say Taking Care of the Target by Cindi Madsen. The book came out in January of this year and I still remember A LOT of it.

  10. Katie Nichols

    I am thankful for Anne of Green Gables…not sure why it took me 26 years to read it but I am glad i did!

  11. I am super thankful for the children’s book One Monster After Another. My Dad used to read it to me, doing silly voices for the characters, and I think that’s where my love of reading began.

  12. What an awesome question! 😀 I’m grateful for Stephen King’s The Stand – it’s seriously challenged my reading skills and it’s SO good!

  13. Isa

    I’m really thankful for books by Ruta Sepetys. She’s a fantastic author and I’ve been exposed to history and cultures that I’ve never really bed taught. Thank you for the giveaway.

  14. Summer

    I loved Always and Forever Lara Jean by Jenny Han, it was probably my favorite book in the series which I don’t often say of the third book in a series.

  15. Meg Trail

    I’m Canadian so I already celebrated Thanksgiving in October BUT I am thankful for The Female of the Species by Mindy McGinnis, Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell, Harry Potter Series, and the Cormoran Strike series by Robert Galbraith. Each of these books/series helped me deal with some things in my life and I still think of each them very fondly. I also recommend them whenever someone asks me what books they should read next.

  16. VikiT

    Chosen one by Scarlett Dawn, its not out yet but I had a chance to read it early and it was freaking amazing not to mention I was waiting for it close to two years now, so I’m really thankful for that one.

  17. Ellen Stafford

    Odd Birds by Ian Harding. I am a fan of Pretty Little Liars and have always liked his character so it was interesting to read about him.

  18. I’m thankful to Starfish by Akemi Dawn Bowman, because I feel like the protagonist: never good enough and not comfortable with other people. This book helped me trying to not let myself hurt by other poeple.

  19. Lily M.

    Honestly I’m thankful for any book that I can read, every time I look at my growing bookshelf , I smile 🙂 before I didn’t have won and only dreamed of having a full one. So i’m thankful every time I get a new book :):)

  20. Catherine D

    This year I read Without Merit by Colleen Hoover. And that novel just spoke to me. Merit spoke to me and for some reason, I felt her sadness and anger. And when I realized why the title was Without Merit, it broke my heart even more TT_TT

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