30 Days of Free Books — A COVID-19 Book Giveaway Contest: Authors unite to offer literary escape to housebound readers.
A monthlong series of book giveaways S.M. Stevens has put together with the help of 23 amazing authors. More details here: https://authorsmstevens.com/30days/
US residents only
Many companies are offering free services like streaming and videoconferencing to help people around the world stay connected and sane during the coronavirus pandemic. When you’re tired of streaming TV shows and movies, dip into a book!
A big THANK YOU to all authors for donating their books, which represent a variety of genres. Whether you prefer fiction or non-fiction, poetry or prose, children’s books or Young Adult or Adult, memoir or historical fiction or mystery, print or ebook format, you’ll find something you like on this list.
HOW TO ENTER
Click on the name of a book for more details including a book description, book format (paperback or ebook) and the contest entry form. Enter for as many books as you like. On the date noted, a winner will be chosen to receive that day’s book. Winners will be notified by email. Open to U.S. residents only.
In the spirit of COVID-19 solidarity, we are not asking you to follow us on social media, sign up for a newsletter or share the contest details with friends in order to enter the contest. Should you choose to, that would be appreciated but there are no strings attached to these giveaways.
Happy reading, and stay safe.
|April 15: The Shadow of Deathby Jane Willan (Mystery)|
|April 16: The Augmented Man by Joseph Carrabis (Science Fiction)|
|April 17: The Long Half-Lives of Love and Trauma by Helen Epstein (Memoir)|
|April 18: Bone Circle by Susan Roney O’Brien (Poetry)|
|April 19: Will Rise From Ashesby Jean M. Grant (Contemporary Fiction)|
|April 20: Lions & Tigers & Hamsters by Mark Goldstein, DVM (Non-Fiction)|
|April 21: Silvertone by Dzvinia Orlowsky (Poetry)|
|April 22: Appalachian Book of the Deadby Dale Neal (Literary Fiction)|
|April 23: The Witch’s Apprentice by Clare Urbanski (Fantasy)|
|April 24: Kelegeenby Eileen O’Finlan (Historical Fiction)|
|April 25: The Cat Who Liked Potato Soup by Terry Farish, illustrated by Barry Root (Chidren’s Picture Book)|
|April 26: After Long Silence by Helen Fremont (Memoir)|
|April 27: Legacy of the Last World by Susan Roney O’Brien (Poetry)|
|April 28: Before I Was Born by Corey Anne Abreau (Children’s Picture Book)|
|April 29: Horseshoes and Hand Grenadesby S.M. Stevens (Contemporary Fiction)|
|April 30: Waverly Estate: Ghost Dance by M.T. Maliha (Mystery)|
|May 1: The Half-Life of Home by Dale Neal (Literary Fiction)|
|May 2: Words of Alchemy by Camilla Downs (Memoir)|
|May 3: The Pelton Papersby Mari Coates (Historical Fiction)|
|May 4: Bit Players, Bullies and Righteous Rebels by S.M. Stevens (Young Adult series)|
|May 5: Franci’s War by Franci Rabinek Epstein and Helen Epstein (Memoir)|
|May 6: Love’s Rideby Cheryl Holloway (Romance)|
|May 7: Trumbull Ave. by Michael Lauchlan (Poetry)|
|May 8: Sleepwalking Backwards by Catherine Zebrowski (Contemporary Fiction)|
|May 9: A Girl Goes Into the Forestby Peg Alford Pursell (Short Stories)|
|May 10: The Good Braider by Terry Farish (Young Adult)|
|May 11: Bad Harvest by Dzivina Orlowskey (Poetry)|
|May 12: Immaculate Conceptionby I.J. Miller (Contemporary Fiction)|
|May 13: Cry Havoc: Charlottesville and American Democracy Under Siege by Michael Signer (Non-Fiction)|
|May 14: The Escape Artist by Helen Fremont (Memoir)|
Thank you, S.M. Stevens and all the amazing authors.