This international book giveaways round-up post is a regular feature here at MsBookish so if you’re holding a book giveaway that’s open worldwide, let me know and I’ll include your giveaway in my next international book giveaways round-up post.
There are also two giveaways for ebook readers which I’ve posted at the end of this list. One of them is open to the US and Canada (that is, a shipping address in the US and Canada) and the other one doesn’t say who’s eligible, so they don’t really fit into the list but I wanted to include them in this post because it’s always nice to see ebook reader contests!
As always, all links to giveaways in this post open up in a new window or tab (depending on how your browser is set up), and I’ve included the genre of the book being given away, for your convenience.
The following book giveaways are open worldwide:
- Winner’s choice of any book, at Marissa’s Booklair (ends Nov 2)
- YA Fiction/Paranormal: Beautiful Dead: Arizona, by Eden Maguire, at Teen Librarian (ends Nov 15)
- Classics: The Turn of the Screw, by Henry James, at Bibliofreak (ends Nov 5)
- Horror: Once Upon A Nightmare, by Lee Moylan, at The Eclectic Reader (ends Nov 9)
- YA Fiction: Sleepless, by Terri Clark, at The Undercover Book Lover (ends Nov 8)
- Fantasy: Captivate, by Carrie Jones, at The Undercover Book Lover (ends Nov 14)
- Urban Fantasy: Winner’s choice of Darkness Unleashed or When Darkness Comes, by Alexandra Ivy, at Literary Escapism (ends Nov 3)
- Fantasy: The Blood King and Dark Haven, by Gail Z. Martin, at SciFi Guy (ends Nov 2)
- £25/€25/$40 Amazon gift certificate, at Farm Lane Books (ends Nov 4)
- Urban Fantasy: Three Days To Dead, by Kelly Meding, at Dark Faerie Tales (ends Nov 20)
- Children’s Picture Book: I Double Dare You! or Adventures at Walnut Grove, by Lehman Publishing, at Parent Reviewers (ends Nov 9)
- Winner’s choice of book reviewed, at Bookrat (ends Nov 30)
- Science Fiction: Stewards of the Flame, by Sylvia Engdahl, at Books for Sale (ends Nov 2)
- Nonfiction: Digital Photography Boxed Set, Volumes 1, 2, and 3, by David Appleyard, at PhotoTuts (ends Nov 2)
- YA Fiction/Paranormal: Hush, Hush, by Becca Fitzpatrick, at Wondrous Reads (ends Nov 12)
- Five of YA/Fantasy author Nancy Holder’s books, at Just Your Typical Book Blog (ends Nov 10)
- General Fiction: Sari Shop Widow, by Shobhan Bantwal, at Chick with Books (ends Nov 14)
- Historical Thriller: The Harlot’s Progress, by Peter Mottley, at the following blogs: Virginie Says (ends Nov 7), Passages to the Past (Nov 15)
- General Fiction: When You Went Away, by Michael Baron, at The Book Resort (ends Nov 9)
- Romance: Hot On Her Heels, by Susan Mallery, at The Book Resort (ends Nov 9)
- Mystery: Fed Up, by Jessica Conant-Park & Susan Conant, at The Book Resort (ends Nov 1 – today!)
- Urban Fantasy/Paranormal: Hush, Hush, by Becca Fitzpatrick and Fallen, by Lauren Kate, at The Story Siren (ends Dec 8)
- Historical Fiction: Cleopatra’s Daughter and The Heretic Queen, by Michelle Moran, at Diary of an Eccentric (ends Nov 8)
- Fantasy/Paranormal: Winner’s choice of one of four books, at Escape in a Book (ends Nov 30)
- Poetry: More of Me Disappears, by John Amen, at Savvy Verse and Wit (ends Nov 6)
- Fantasy: Arch Enemy, by Frank Beddor, at Fantasy/Sci-Fi Lovin’ Giveaways (ends Nov 9)
And here are the giveaways for the eBook readers (the first does not state eligibility requirements; the second is open only to the US and Canada):
You can win a Barnes & Noble Nook at Ann Aguirre, with runner up prizes including gift certificates and some fantasy ARCs. This one ends Nov 3 and I’m not sure what the eligibility requirements are.
You also can win a Kindle reader (grand prize) and 22 winners will receive a $20 book store gift certificate (winner chooses the store), at Fangs, Fur and Fey (ends Nov. 13). This one is open to the US and Canada.
Now, the Kindle can’t be bought in Canada, but if you search around on Google, you’ll find ways to get around problems like not being able to purchase Kindle ebooks on your Canadian Amazon.com account. Last time I checked, it all seemed too convoluted to me, but I guess if I were to win a Kindle rather than purchase one, I’d probably see things a little differently!