5 Autumn Releases I am Excited for & #Giveaway


I can't believe it is Autumn (well not officially till the middle of the month, we aren't being picky here)  And that means, leaves changing colour, nights in with a cup of tea, a blanket and a good book. And that also means book releases! Autumn seems to be a big release season. I just posted September releases I am excited for (you can check that out here ) and it has 17 books on it and that is just the tip of the iceburg. So for this post I have picked 5 books that I am really looking forward to, I am cheating a little, and included a book that is kinda out in winter but it releases this year so that's good enough for me. Without further ado here is 5 books I am excited for this Autumn.


*Girls Made Of Snow And Glass by Melissa Bashardoubst- This is a YA fantasy retelling and it is something I would never pick up but I read the first chapter and it has me really intrigued. It releases very soon, as in tomorrow so you can get it then if you need it ASAP like me. This is the tagline on Goodreads that sums the book up perfectly. 

"Frozen meets The Bloody Chamber in this feminist fantasy reimagining of the Snow White fairytale."

*The Wicker King by K. Ancrum- The Wicker Kings releases October 31st and again I am so intrigued by it. Its a YA psychological thriller.

*Here We Are Now by Jasmine Warga- I don't know too much about this one but the reason it is on the list is that I enjoyed Justine Warga's debut novel back in 2015 and I can't wait to read something else from Justine. It is a YA Contemporary and releases this November.

*Ivy and the Inky Butterfly: A Magical Tale To Colour by Johanna Basford- This is an adult colouring book and I am so excited for it. I love Johanna's art it is just so beautiful. This will be her sixth adult colouring book and I am looking forward to having it in my hands this October.

*The Love Letters Of Abelard and Lily by Laura Creedle- So this technically releases in the winter, December 26th, but it is still this year so am including it. This is one of the first books I added to my 2017 TBR and it is one of the last to release. Its a YA contemporary that has mental health aspects.   

What books are you looking forward to this Autumn?

Giveaway

As it's a new season I thought I would do a little giveaway. 
*One winner gets to pick a Autumn release/pre-order of their choice worth £12 or under from Book Depository. So any book releases in September, October, November & I will throw in December if it's a book you really want.
*Giveaway is International if Book Depository ships to you
*Giveaway Ends 1st October



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26 comments

  1. I am looking forward to The Child Finder by Rene Denfeld and Speak Easy, Speak Love by McKelle George. Thank you for the giveaway!

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    1. I keep hearing about Speak Easy, Speak Love I will need to check it out.

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  2. I'm super excited for Girls Made of Snow and Glass!
    Megan S.

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  3. Anything that has a happy ending

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  4. Happy autumn reading! The one I'm really looking forward to is The Cottingley Mystery by Hazel Gaynor.

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    1. Oh I will have to check it out Trish :) Happy Autumn reading to you as well!

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  5. Looking forward to Girls Made of Snow & Glass. I love the fairy tale remakes.

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    1. I am not usually keen on fairy tale remakes but I am really intrigued by Girls Made Of Snow & Glass

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  6. I'm excited about the new John Green book, as well as Colleen Hoover and Philip Pullman

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    1. Great authors, if which I haven't read any, I need to sort this!

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  7. I'm really excited for Tamed: Ten Species that Changed our World by Alice Roberts <3

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    1. Oh I will have to check that out Stephanie!

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    1. I have heard great things about they both die at the end as Well As Adam Silvera

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  9. I'm very excited for Without Merit by Colleen Hoover

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    1. I still haven't read a Colleen Hoover book I need tonic this.

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  10. Tower of Dawn by Sarah Maas looks good, thank you.

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    1. Everyone seems to be excited for Tower Of Dawn!

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  11. In Other Lands, by Sarah Rees Brennan

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    1. Oh I haven't heard of this will have to check it out

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  12. I can't wait for Maggie Stiefvater's new book, All the Crooked Saints!

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  13. "What Autumn book are you looking forward to?" I don't know. I'm currently reading "Holy Crap! The World Is Ending" by Anne-Marie Abell, and it's a hoot!

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