Monthly Book Giveaway

Monthly Book Giveaway

Welcome to the Readers' Favorite Monthly Book Giveaway! This is a completely free giveaway available to readers, authors, and anyone who loves to read! Each month our authors can provide a Kindle copy of their book to be given away. The books are listed on this page with new ones added every day. You can select as many as you are interested in, giving you the chance to win dozens or even hundreds of Kindle books each month!

Click the title of any book to learn more about it and check the "Select This book" box to pick all the books you would like to win, then complete the Giveaway Entry Form and you are done! Watch your email on the first of the month and if you are the lucky winner you will receive an email with the Kindle Gift Certificate codes for each book you selected!

Authors, if you have a Readers' Favorite review you can add your book to this page from your Author Area.

Please only select books that you would truly like to read. If you submit your entry and come back later and see more books you would like to select, just select all the books again and complete the Giveaway Entry Form using the same email address you did the first time and your original entry will be updated with your new selections.

Books are available via Amazon.com (US) Kindle Gift Certificate only. Your email address will not be made public or shared with anyone. Only one entry per person, per month. If you don't win, please try again next month. Authors generally participate in our giveaway for several months in the hopes of finding new fans just like you!

All we and our authors ask is that when you finish reading their book that you post a review on their Amazon page. Reviews are critical to the success of authors, and they would greatly appreciate you sharing your honest comments about their book.

Below is the list of our Monthly Book Giveaway winners and how many books they've won. Congratulations to all our winners! We hope you enjoy the books, and we thank you for supporting our authors by posting your review on the author's Amazon page.

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Current Monthly Giveaway books

Giveaway Winner will be announced on December 1, 2020

Currently 465 books in 146 genres!
Weapons of Remorse

Weapons of Remorse

By Chevron Ross
Christian - Fiction

Weapons of Remorse by Chevron Ross features Hank Phillips, an ex-Marine who comes back home as the pride of the nation, decorated with a Medal of Honor. While everyone sees him as a hero, he carries a heavy burden of guilt and struggles to reconnect...

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What's Not Said

What's Not Said

A Novel
By Valerie Taylor
Fiction - Womens

In this dramatic tale of love, lust, and lies, author Valerie Taylor crafts an entertaining and gripping story about Kassie, a middle-aged woman who is ready to divorce her husband. She and her husband, Mike, have simply tolerated each other for years, and Kassie is...

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What's That Noise?

What's That Noise?

Sammi Jo Adventure Series
By Dede Stockton
Children - Picture Book

Sammy Jo was lonely and wanted a new friend. She was sitting with her parents and gazing at the ocean. They were having fun as they sat on the logs and cooked hot dogs. As she gazed at the waves, Sammy Jo dreamed of a...

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Wheelboys

Wheelboys

By Dd Jaseron
Fiction - Southern

Wheelboys is the debut, coming-of-age novel by Dd Jaseron set around the world of small-town karting and the dreams of adults and children alike as they imagine a life of professional racing stretching ahead of them. Chad and Gary-Lee had grown up together in Blue...

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When Fred the Snake goes to School

When Fred the Snake goes to School

By Peter B Cotton
Children - Animals

Meet Fred the friendly snake who had lost his head half by accident after being squished in two by ambulance wheels. The doctors sewed him together using a special thread. Fred could squirm and slither now that he was mended and he could play with...

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When Love Rises

When Love Rises

By Michelle G Stradford
Poetry - Love/Romance

When Love Rises by Michelle G Stradford is a contemporary poetry book which would appeal most to young adults and adults who love poetry as well as romance lovers. The book holds a diverse collection of contemporary poetry and reflections that explore the many different...

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Where Flowers Bloom

Where Flowers Bloom

By Nikki Vale
Fiction - Womens

Where Flowers Bloom is a work of women’s fiction with plenty of interpersonal drama, penned by author Nikki Vale. The work is written for adult audiences due to the inclusion of some steamy romantic scenes and moderate violence. In this emotive and highly engaging read,...

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Where Is Blue Bear?

Where Is Blue Bear?

By Katie Specht
Children - Picture Book

Where Is Blue Bear? is a children’s picture book written by Katie Specht. Oliver and his stuffed bear, Blue Bear, were the very best of friends. They did everything together. Whenever Oliver went into town with his mom, Blue Bear went along with them. They...

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Where You Lead

Where You Lead

By Leslea Wahl
Young Adult - Mystery

Where You Lead is an adventure mystery novel for young adults written by Leslea Wahl. Eve was a somewhat typical high school sophomore who suddenly found herself confronted by something so strange that it made her wonder if she had something physically wrong with her...

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Whispers of the Sidhe

Whispers of the Sidhe

A Gripping Supernatural Thriller (Zoë Delante Thrillers Book 3)
By C.L. Roberts-Huth
Fiction - Paranormal

Whispers of the Sidhe: A Gripping Supernatural Thriller by C. L. Robert-Huth is book 3 of the Zoe Delante Thrillers series. Zoe Delante, a police clairvoyant, is picking up the pieces of her life after the last case. When the phone rings, the last thing...

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Who Wants To Play With Little Mouse?

Who Wants To Play With Little Mouse?

A fun counting story about friendship
By Jana Buchmann
Children - Educational

The little mouse was feeling lonely one day. It was a bright and sunny day and he set out to meet his friends who lived nearby. There was an ant running through the grass but it did not want to stop. The little mouse looked...

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Who's First?

Who's First?

Chicken and Egg Book 1
By Deborah Stevenson
Children - Picture Book

Deborah Stevenson has created a simple and easy to read story sure to capture the attention of young readers in her book, Who’s First? Chicken and Egg Book 1. This book follows a day in the life of a chicken and an egg as they...

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Why is My Kid Doing That?

Why is My Kid Doing That?

A Sensory Approach to Understanding Your Child's Behavior
By Cindy Utzinger OTR/L
Non-Fiction - Parenting

More and more children are facing neurological disorientation. Why is My Kid Doing That? A Sensory Approach to Understanding Your Child's Behavior by Cindy Utzinger will help readers understand the sensory foundation that everyone has and breaks down why various behaviors take place. The book...

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Why Not Him

Why Not Him

By Anila
Fiction - Urban

In Why Not Him, author Anila creates a character who narrates her own story, Zia Norton, “a self-made boss at the age of twenty-five—whoop! whoop! My business develops concepts and writes scripts for various entertainment genres.” Originally from St. Pete, she has graduated from a...

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Wild & Wonderful (and Paranormal) West Virginia

Wild & Wonderful (and Paranormal) West Virginia

By Denver Michaels
Non-Fiction - Spiritual/Supernatural

Wild and Wonderful (and Paranormal) West Virginia by Denver Michaels delves into the lore and legends of titular West Virginia (and neighboring Virginia), taking a peek at everything from battlefield ghosts to UFO encounters. The first chapter deals with hauntings, and questions of giants in...

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Wildchilds

Wildchilds

By Eugenia Melian
Fiction - Womens

Wildchilds by Eugenia Melian is the story of a woman who is forced to confront her past if she wants her future to be happy with her daughter. Iris rebuilt her life as a sculptor and left her past behind in Paris. Living in California...

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Wildflowers and Train Whistles

Wildflowers and Train Whistles

Stories of a Coal Mining Family
By Lillian Frazer
Non-Fiction - Memoir

Wildflowers and Train Whistles: Stories of a Coal Mining Family is a memoir written by Lillian Crone Frazer. Frazer grew up in Minden, West Virginia, a small coal mining camp town, during the 1950s and '60s. She was the youngest of a family with seven...

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Willow Paradise

Willow Paradise

By Robert E. Friedle
Children - Grade 4th-6th

Willow Paradise by Robert E. Friedle is a 4th to 6th-grade children’s story. Life now is so very different from life then. In 1965, we didn’t have computers, phones, tablets or video games. We had to use what we were born with – our imaginations...

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Wings Over Ghost Creek

Wings Over Ghost Creek

By A.W. Baldwin
Fiction - Adventure

What was supposed to be a simple college archaeological dig at Ghost Creek turns out to be anything but. The site is located on private property in the Utah outback and guarded by three armed men. Their odd behavior excites the suspicion of one of...

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Women, Work and Triumph

Women, Work and Triumph

Interviews with Fascinating Women
By Beverly Gandara
Non-Fiction - Womens

Women, Work and Triumph is a compilation of Beverly Gandara’s interviews with 26 marvelous women from different fields. It’s a celebration of success over remarkable hurdles and a shout-out to all that daughters of Eve can achieve in a male-dominated world. Their stories are testaments...

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Wounded Angels

Wounded Angels

By Chuck Miceli
Christian - Fiction

Wounded Angels by Chuck Miceli is a novel that is both emotionally and psychologically rich, a story of two souls that have been deeply wounded and a journey towards healing that is filled with mystery. Maureen Bower is just fourteen when her father abandons her....

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Wow! What a Trip! My Journey to Meet my Family

Wow! What a Trip! My Journey to Meet my Family

How to explain to your child a new baby is on the way (Being a Big Brother or Sister Will Be Wonderful)
By Susan M. Tarrant
Non-Fiction - Parenting

Wow! What a Trip! My Journey to Meet my Family by Susan M. Tarrant is an insightful and fascinating book that will help children feel good about being a brother or a sister. The baby is excited to know that it is connected to its...

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Wraith

Wraith

Garbageman Book Three
By Erik Dean
Fiction - Paranormal

Wraith is book three in the Garbageman series by Erik Dean, a story ingeniously written for fans of paranormal and horror. The blurb clearly asks readers to remember to keep the lights on and that is understandably true because the story has a spell that...

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Wrinkled Heartbeats

Wrinkled Heartbeats

A Novel
By Temple Emmet Williams
Fiction - Thriller - General

Wrinkled Heartbeats: A Novel by Temple Emmet Williams is a thrilling read. Captain George McKlane is a war hero. He recently lost his wife Agnes, and his son is trying to persuade him to sell up. George calls in Martha Krumble, a real estate broker,...

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Writing Trash and Hunting Buffalo

Writing Trash and Hunting Buffalo

By Jay Williams
Fiction - General

Writing Trash and Hunting Buffalo by Jay Williams contains a great paragraph about the reality of war, including these two sentences: “But that’s what war is. It’s not something you brag about or glorify in poems, because it’s horrible.” These words resonate well with the...

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