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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Giveaway Winner will be announced on November 1, 2021

Currently 518 books in 146 genres!
Only the Good

Only the Good

A Jack Hart Mystery
By Rosemary Reeve
Fiction - Mystery - Legal

In Only the Good by Rosemary Reeve, we meet up with Jack, the kind-hearted litigator, his girlfriend, and long-time friend Mark, not forgetting Betsy, the dog with attitude. Jack still hates his job in the Seattle law firm, but he finds himself in deep water...

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Operation Varsity Blues  (A Kahale and Claude Mystery,  Book 3)

Operation Varsity Blues (A Kahale and Claude Mystery, Book 3)

By Timothy R Baldwin
Young Adult - Mystery

Operation Varsity Blues is Timothy R. Baldwin’s third book in his Kahale and Claude Mysteries. After amateur detectives Marcus, Alissa, Nate, and Janice come to Marcus’s father's aid in Shadows of Doubt, he commissions their help again. They have accepted a high percentage of Lenape...

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Operations and Supply Chain Management Essentials You Always Wanted to Know

Operations and Supply Chain Management Essentials You Always Wanted to Know

By Ashley McDonough
Non-Fiction - Business/Finance

Ashley McDonough has successfully broken down the principles of Operations and Supply Chain Management in a guide called Operations and Supply Chain Management Essentials You Always Wanted to Know. It is an in-depth book, which does more than explain the concepts. McDonough takes an example...

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Out of the Rabbit Hutch

Out of the Rabbit Hutch

By Nanette L. Avery
Fiction - Historical - Event/Era

Out of the Rabbit Hutch is a work of historical fiction focused on culture and colonization, penned by author Nanette L. Avery. Set largely in America before and after the Civil War, in this story we meet Mallabal as he journeys from the destruction of...

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Outlanders

Outlanders

Malefactor, The First Of The Fallen
By David G Hernandez
Fiction - Supernatural

Outlanders: Malefactor, The First Of The Fallen is written by David G Hernandez. Their name is Malefactor, the elusive patron saint of ungodly deeds. They are about to encounter a Traveler searching for the truth behind the origin of the Known Universe. The Traveler has...

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Over The Right Field Wall

Over The Right Field Wall

A Yarn from the Early Innings of America's National Pastime
By GP Hutchinson
Fiction - Sports

In Over the Right Field Wall: A Yarn from the Early Innings of America’s National Pastime by G.P. Hutchinson, Rory Fitzgerald hits a home run over the fence for the first time in his baseball career. The ball lands in a very unlikely and...

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Overcoming the Emotional Stigmas of Infertility

Overcoming the Emotional Stigmas of Infertility

Barren But Not Ashamed
By Frances Jones
Non-Fiction - Self Help

Overcoming the Emotional Stigmas of Infertility: Barren But Not Ashamed by Frances Jones is a self-help memoir. The author sets out with a message for the world to those who are unable to conceive: you are not alone. Jones begins with her journey and the...

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Parent Power

Parent Power

Navigate School and Beyond
By Punam V. Saxena
Non-Fiction - Parenting

Parent and author Punam V. Saxena shares her experiences on becoming a partner in the educational process in Parent Power: Navigate School and Beyond. This invaluable work tells the tale of a stay-at-home mom who became passionate about enhancing students' educational experience by getting involved...

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Parenting in a Pandemic

Parenting in a Pandemic

How to help your family through COVID-19
By Kelly Fradin, MD
Non-Fiction - Parenting

Parenting in a Pandemic: How to Help your Family through COVID-19 is a must-read for parents and child-care providers during times of social isolation. Pediatrician Kelly Fradin covers every possible aspect of successfully providing the dual role of parent and instructor during the uncertain times...

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Partly Sunny

Partly Sunny

By Terry Lee
Fiction - Womens

Partly Sunny by Terry Lee is the poignant story of Darcy, a thirty-year-old woman living in Houston at the Fountain Oaks Apartments. With much of the story centering on this location, we are introduced to various characters that come into her life. It's through these...

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Path of Treasures

Path of Treasures

By Gail Meath
Fiction - Western

Path of Treasures is a historical fiction novel written by Gail Meath. Sara loved being a hoggee, a canal driver for Cappy and Sam, who had been her family since Cappy found her as an infant floating in a basket. She loved her mules, Japheth...

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Paul The Busy Bee

Paul The Busy Bee

By Shani Night
Children - Educational

Shani has a new friend. It’s a honeybee. She calls him Paul. Later, she learns that this honeybee is a she and not a he, so she changes the name to Paula. Shani loves to watch her honeybee fly around the flowers outside her window....

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Paula The Busy Bee

Paula The Busy Bee

Shani and Friends
By Shani T. Night
Children - Animals

Paula The Busy Bee: Shani and Friends by Shani T. Night is an excellent way to teach children about the importance of honeybees. The main character is Paula, a young worker bee. The author outlines Paula's jobs as she grows up; her first job is...

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Peace amidst the Mayhem

Peace amidst the Mayhem

You Can Be Calm, Confident, and Compassionate in Any Circumstance
By Marielle M Melling
Non-Fiction - Self Help

On some level, we all want greater peace. We all live in a hectic and chaotic world and most of us are pulled in different directions. There is always a requirement to build a career, volunteer, maintain a home, and still nurture meaningful relationships. There...

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Peace Breathing

Peace Breathing

Lessons on Achieving Peace in Everyday Life
By Charles H.C. Kim
Non-Fiction - Inspirational

Peace Breathing: Lessons on Achieving Peace in Everyday Life is a nonfiction inspirational self-help book written by Charles H.C. Kim. Kim is the son of MyungSu YuSung Kim, the founder of The Peace School, and he has been the president of the school since his...

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Peace Dreamer

Peace Dreamer

A Journey of Hope in Bad Times and Good
By Cheryl Melody Baskin
Non-Fiction - Inspirational

Peace Dreamer: A Journey of Hope in Bad Times and Good by Cheryl Melody Baskin touched me to the core. It invites readers to grow to the full stature of their humanity by tapping into the core values that define who they are — social...

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Penchant for Darkness

Penchant for Darkness

By J. Elizaga
Fiction - Paranormal

Penchant for Darkness is a work of fiction in the paranormal thriller, adventure and science fiction sub-genres, and was penned by author J. Elizaga. Written for teen and adult audiences, the work is accessible to all readers with very sparing and moderate use of adult...

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Perfect

Perfect

By Linda Heavner Gerald
Young Adult - Social Issues

Miriam Kriegsman was madly in love with the new boy in her class, Benjy Tafeen. She dreamed of being his wife someday and told her friend Abby that she would remain chaste for him. Lila Adell was the attractive one in class and a bit...

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Perfect

Perfect

A Path to Love, Forgiveness and Transformation
By Judi Miller
Non-Fiction - Spiritual/Supernatural

Perfect: A Path to Love, Forgiveness and Transformation by Judi Miller is an inspirational guide to foster positive change in your life. Miller offers her perspective on how the Universe works and shows how its power transforms your life for the good, in the areas...

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Pickoff

Pickoff

A Novel (America's Pastime Book 3)
By GP Hutchinson
Fiction - Suspense

Pickoff by G.P. Hutchinson is a thriller set in 1927 that combines major league baseball and Chicago mob action, mostly the latter. Joe Rath, a young, well-rounded catcher, is replaced by a younger, poorer defensive, and heavy-drinking backstop, BUT a home run star. Joe’s career...

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Pippin No Drippin’

Pippin No Drippin’

Pippin The Cat Book #2
By Layne Ihde
Children - Animals

Pippin No Drippin’ (Pippin The Cat Series) written by Layne Ihde and illustrated by Linda Pierce is a children’s animal book that would appeal most to an audience of children and parents who enjoy creative stories featuring animal characters. This is the second book in...

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PMO Governance

PMO Governance

Practical Strategies to Govern Portfolio, Program, and Project Delivery
By Eugen Spivak
Non-Fiction - Business/Finance

PMO Governance: Practical Strategies to Govern Portfolio, Program, and Project Delivery is a work of non-fiction focused on the business world, and was penned by author Eugen Spivak. With a specific aim to establish and improve Project Management Offices to their maximum level of efficiency,...

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Poems from the Bottom of the Rock

Poems from the Bottom of the Rock

By JR Kinney
Poetry - General

Poems from the Bottom of the Rock by J.R. Kinney is a powerfully moving collection of poems about hitting rock bottom but finding hope to come out from beneath it. It took almost two years for this volume of poetry to be written and it...

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Poison Heartbeats

Poison Heartbeats

A Novel
By Temple Emmet Williams
Fiction - Thriller - Terrorist

Poison Heartbeats by Temple Emmet Williams is a very real-to-life story of terrorism. ISIL wants to poison the water network in America and their target is the Jackson River, located in Northwest Virginia. If they succeed in their mission, they will have the blood of...

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Portrait In Broken Glass

Portrait In Broken Glass

(second edition 10/09/2018)
By Richard Siciliano
Fiction - General

Portrait In Broken Glass is a work of intellectual and introspective fiction created by author Richard Siciliano. Told in the form of a diary by the central character of the piece, we follow the inner and outer journey of a broken man, Joseph Curcio. As...

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Productive Intuition

Productive Intuition

Connecting to the Subtle
By AdaPia d'Errico
Non-Fiction - Self Help

Productive Intuition: Connecting to the Subtle by AdaPia d’Errico explores an area of our strength that most people are hardly aware of, a part of our consciousness that holds the power to propel us towards meaningful and realistic choices and towards success. It is the...

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Pushing the River

Pushing the River

By Barbara Monier
Fiction - Literary

Pushing the River by Barbara Monier is a family drama that highlights many of the difficulties we all face in our busy lives as we try to hold our families together, especially as our children grow up and leave the nest to spread their wings....

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Putney and the Magic eyePad

Putney and the Magic eyePad

By MK Tufft
Children - Grade 4th-6th

Putney and the Magic eyePad by MK Tufft is a beautifully written story for fourth to sixth graders, featuring an interesting female protagonist: Putney Hicks. She is an imaginative twelve-year-old girl with a magic eyePad, an aspiring artist who is worried sick over her move...

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Qisas

Qisas

Another Thriller in the Award-winning Sam and James Series
By AA Freda
Fiction - Thriller - Terrorist

Reading Qisas by A. A. Freda is like riding in a speeding truck with your family being pursued by the most dangerous people in the world. The action and complications never stop, and you are forever trying to figure out exactly what is going on....

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Quiet Lessons for the Introvert’s Soul

Quiet Lessons for the Introvert’s Soul

Introvert Strengths Book 1
By Gabriela Casineanu
Non-Fiction - Self Help

Quiet Lessons for the Introvert’s Soul by Gabriela Casineanu asks if you regard yourself as shy and reserved, and believe this is a personality flaw? Do you feel that being labelled an introvert means you must follow and not lead? In a world of fierce...

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Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider

Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider

By Ellen C Maze
Christian - Fantasy/Sci-Fi

Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider by Ellen C Maze is perhaps the only original novel I have come across after reading the Harry Potter series. The thrill, the mystery and the suspense of the chase had my heart racing and wanting more. I enjoyed how Beth...

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Rae's Rainy Day

Rae's Rainy Day

By Julie Awerkamp, Holly Andreason
Children - Concept

Rae’s Rainy Day is aimed at younger readers and was penned by Julie Awerkamp and Holly Andreason. It also contains gorgeous illustrations by Jesi Yap. The story follows the Sun itself named Rae, who is usually a very happy sun that loves shining brightly on...

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Rambling with Milton

Rambling with Milton

By Richard Siciliano
Romance - Contemporary

In Rambling with Milton, Richard Siciliano writes a contemporary romance that resonates with readers who have a more mature outlook on relationships. Two failed marriages have given Milton “Jock” Petitte a lack of fulfillment. His marriage to Hazel was brief and it ended when he...

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Real Estate Etiquette

Real Estate Etiquette

By Catherine Richardson
Non-Fiction - Occupational

Real Estate Etiquette is a work of non-fiction centered around the property world and was penned by author Catherine Richardson. Designed as a self-help guidebook specifically for real estate agents to read and learn from, this informative and well-organized volume offers tips on how to...

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Reform The Kakistocracy

Reform The Kakistocracy

Rule by the Least Able or Least Principled Citizens
By William L. Kovacs
Non-Fiction - Gov/Politics

In Reform The Kakistocracy by William L. Kovacs, the author describes what the government and those in power have evolved into. An elite, self-serving minority who lack the morals and principles to care for those who elected them. Over the last forty years, there has...

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Relationship Solutions

Relationship Solutions

Effective Strategies to Heal Your Heart and Create the Happiness You Deserve
By Sonia Frontera
Non-Fiction - Relationships

Relationship Solutions: Effective Strategies to Heal Your Heart and Create the Happiness You Deserve by Sonia Frontera is a handy manual for readers struggling with their relationships or their marriages. It will help them to create the happy life they all deserve and show them...

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Remembering Hope

Remembering Hope

By Parastoo Rezai
Fiction - Womens

Remembering Hope by Parastoo Rezai is the story of a woman trying to keep her family intact while facing overwhelming odds. Bahar is an Iranian woman brought up in a conservative culture. After her childhood friend Shirin introduces Bahar to her cousin, Omid, Bahar finds...

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RESCRIPT the Story You're Telling Yourself

RESCRIPT the Story You're Telling Yourself

The Eight Practices to Quiet Your Inner Antagonist, Amplify Your Inner Advocate, & Author a Limitless Life
By Colleen Georges
Non-Fiction - Self Help

Are you struggling to meet your life goals and dreams because you consistently talk yourself out of taking any action out of fear that you may fail? Everyone has an inner script that determines the actions we take and the emotions we experience. By understanding...

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Restart in Bristol

Restart in Bristol

A Racing Hearts in Serenity Romance
By Sedona Hutton
Romance - General

Restart in Bristol by Sedona Hutton is a high-octane story about love that got away and dares to reignite. Like a dangerous restart on a NASCAR racetrack after a crash, a restart in love can be just as precarious. Holly Nicholson is a big-animal veterinarian...

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Resurrection

Resurrection

A Zombie Terror Plot
By Rachel Hilgenberg
Fiction - Horror

Resurrection: A Zombie Terror Plot is a horror story after my own heart. Written by Rachel Hilgenberg, the story has all the gore, suspense and desperation that have made franchises like Resident Evil so popular. It doesn’t surprise me that the author is an avid...

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