For What It's Worth

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

October 2019 of Books Giveaway



I’m joining in again with the monthly Of Books Giveaway Hop hosted by It Starts at Midnight and FLYLēF for January.

Win any October book release up to $20 value.


Need a little inspiration? Check out these lists!

Most Popular Books Published in October
The Ultimate List of October Book Releases
YA Novels Releasing on October

Rules & stuff!

The winner will be announced on November 1st on this post in the rafflecopter form - and notified by email. Winner has 48 hours to respond or I will pick another winner. (read my full * Giveaway Policy here)

International entries OK as long as The Book Depository ships to your country.

To enter – fill out the Rafflecopter form and leave a comment!

I’m going to suggest a few fall/Halloween themed prompts for your comment – but if you’re not feeling adventurous just leave the October book release you’re most looking forward to.

~ Trick or treat?
~ It wouldn’t be fall without ______?
~What fall food do you most look forward to?
~ In a zombie apocalypse what is your weapon of choice?

Extra Entries – not required to enter but thank you if you give me a follow!

My SM links are in the sidebar - Twitter is where I like to chat, Instagram is where I mostly post pics of food, my dog – Fonzi  and a grumpy, clingy cat named Figment and, of course, books, Goodreads if you want to know what I’m reading and Bloglovin to get all my latest posts!

GOOD LUCK!

*If you want to join in the giveaway on your blog sign-ups are open until October 12th here

** I can't seem to get the linky working on my blog yet - but visit the host blogs to find the other blogs that are also hosting giveaways.

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46 comments:

  1. I wouldn't know how to answer those questions, but The Library of the Unwritten sounds up my alley! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  2. I can't wait to read Rebel by Marie Lu.
    Thanks a lot for the giveaway!

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  3. Imaginary Friend by Stephen Chbosky

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  4. I am looking forward to the Queen of Nothing by Holly Black!

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  5. I am looking forward to Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo

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  6. I wish we celebrated Halloween in Australia, I would be out scaring kids and having a great time. Some years we've had a few teens come knocking but mostly kids looking for junk food who are old enough to shave and find a job and buy their own lollies. I live for your spooky Instagram posts. I think I'd choose Full Disclosure by Camryn Garrett, she's such an incredible young black woman and can't wait to read it! Thank you so much for the opportunity Karen.

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  7. Rebel by Marie Lu is at the top of my to read list!

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  8. Halloween isn't a thing here, but I do like how excited some people get over it (and Hocus Pocus is a classic). And no heat, finally!
    I'm very excited about Ninth House, I want to see what Leigh Bardugo does outside of the YA section!
    - Reese

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  9. Trick or treat?
    ~ It wouldn’t be fall without rain
    ~What fall food do you most look forward to? Fall food? Is that an US thing? ;)
    ~ In a zombie apocalypse what is your weapon of choice? I am thinking flamethrower or big ass gun, not one for close combat

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    1. It must be! In fall we're all about pumpkin, apple flavored things & soups, stews.

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  10. Looking forward to the Sharpest Sting by Jennifer Estep.

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  11. I'm super excited for Tarnished are the stars. :)
    Megan S.

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  12. "Answer any of the October prompts in the post or tell me the October 2019 book you are most looking forward to." "Imaginary Friend" might be good!

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  13. I like Leigh Bardugo's Grishaverse, so I am interested in trying her new Ninth House book and see how it compares.

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  14. Super excited for Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo, The Beautiful by Renee Ahdieh and Twice in a Blue Moon by Christina Lauren.

    Thank you for a generous giveaway!!

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  15. In the zombie apocalypse, I will have a long (but not so long as to be unwieldy) double-edged blade, such as a scimitar. I want to be able to kill them while swinging both ways. I also don't want to have to depend on a scant resource such as bullets.

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  16. Secrets and Suitors by Joanna Barker

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  17. It wouldn’t be fall without candy

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  18. I prefer treats ;]

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  19. I'm looking forward to The Fountains of Silence.

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  20. ~ Trick or treat? YES, WHO DOESN'T LOVE CANDY?!
    ~ It wouldn’t be fall without changing colored leaves.
    ~What fall food do you most look forward to? everything pumpkin, also apples and apple pie
    ~ In a zombie apocalypse what is your weapon of choice? Gun

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  21. It wouldn't be fall without new television series to try out. As for the book I'm most looking forward to, it's probably Dear Sweet Pea by Julie Murphy.

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  22. Gosh, I don't know if I can narrow it down to just ONE book so I am going to go with your prompts!

    1) Treat, always.
    2) It wouldn't be fall without ridiculous temperature variables (it was 90 here today like excuse me? By next week it'll be snowing!)
    3) Pumpkin muffins!
    4) I would use a Morgan Stick! Just kidding I'd prefer a gun or something else that I wouldn't need to get *too* up close for. But I'll totally take a Morgan Stick for backup!

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  23. Fall food... everything pumpkin flavored! Which reminds me that I need to make a Trader Joe's run and buy pumpkin everything. :)

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  24. It wouldn’t be fall without roasted chestnuts :)

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  25. I'm a toffee apple fiend. That and spiced cider but I don't get that too often...

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  26. I'm looking forward to Wolf's Bane by Kelley Armstrong.

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  27. Protected in Darkness by Nicole Edwards

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  28. I used to play Resident Evil games all the time, and I always liked the shotgun for a weapon to kill zombies, but it kind of slows you down since its big and heavy.

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  29. Looking forward to pumpkin pie & the holidays.

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  30. It wouldn't be fall without cardigans. Thank you for this giveaway! My students have been begging me for Wayward Son by Rainbow Rowell. <3

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  31. I look forward to pumpkin pie during the fall.

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  32. I look forward to apple pies, apple cake, apple sauce...anything with apples!

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  33. I have no idea what book I am looking forward to, but I love fall. Pumpkin flavor is back and the weather is comfortable. I am all about it.

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  34. I am looking forward to Sharpest Sting by Jennifer Estep

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  35. I want to read Wayward Son by Rainbow Rowell.

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  36. I'm looking forward to Resurrection girls and Wayward son!

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  37. What fall food do you most look forward to? Pumpkin Pie :)

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  38. i'm looking forward to Imaginary Friend and also Violet

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  39. REBEL by Marie Lu is what I'm most looking forward to!

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  40. It wouldn’t be fall without pumpkin spice or apple cider.

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  41. I am looking forward to The Widow of Rose House.

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