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The Nominees Are In... and There Are Ebook Giveaways to Win!

Posted by Cynthia on November 01, 2017
There are 300 titles nominated in the Opening Round of the Goodreads Choice Awards, the only major book awards chosen by readers, and every vote in every round counts! While some readers have a clear favorite in each category, others might still be undecided…and that's ok!

Browse the Kindle Ebook Giveaways currently running for several nominated titles (US only). Winners of most of these giveaways will be selected on November 8, which means winners can start reading immediately—and still have time to cast their vote to decide who makes it to the final round. Win, read, vote!

All Our Wrong Todays
by Elan Mastai


Our Dark Duet
by Victoria Schwab
Geekarella
by Ashley Poston


Sins of Empire
by Brian McCleland
Kings of the Wyld
by Nicholas Eames


The Stone Sky
by N.K. Jemisin
The Fate of the Tearling
by Erika Johansen


Righteous
by Joe Ide
The Night Bird
by Brian Freeman
Stillhouse Lake
by Rachel Cain


The Nature Fix
by Florence Willams


Cannibalism
by Bill Schutt
Other Minds
by Peter Godfrey-Smith


The Alice Network
by Kate Quinn
From Sand and Ash
by Amy Harmon
Moonglow
by Michael Chabon


Real Friends
by Shannon Hale


The Leavers
by Lisa Ko


A Piece of the World
by Christina Baker Kline
A Colony in a Nation
by Chris Hayes
Sing, Unburied, Sing
by Jesmyn Ward


Provenance
by Ann Leckie
Beneath a Scarlet Sky
by Mark Sullivan


Fields of Fire
by Marko Kloos
Borne
by Jeff VanderMeer
Babylon's Ashes
by James S.A. Corey


Hunger
by Roxane Gay
The Marriage Lie
by Kimberly Belle


Breathless
by Beverly Jenkins
Forged into Desire
by Brenda Jackson
White Hot
by Ilona Andrews




The Kill Society
by Richard Kadrey
The Awakening
by Amanda Stevens
The Roses of May
by Don Hutchison


Sleeping Beauties
by Stephen King
Final Girls
by Riley Sager
The Boy on the Bridge
by M.R. Carey


If you're an author or publisher interested in running a Kindle Ebook Giveaway, email us.

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message 1: by Anita (new)

Anita I read the Bright Eyes (The Soulless Ones - book 1) by Leo Ndelle, available on Kindle by Amazon, and found it to be a refreshingly different approach to the mixed genre of mysticism, horror, and science fiction (futuristic and past).


message 2: by Kevin (new)

Kevin Loder So many books to learn about, love it!


message 3: by Anita (new)

Anita Yes, lol-not enough time!


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