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The BookFest Fall 2021: Ultimate Reading List

What’s the one thing you look forward to the most in Fall? You probably have more than just one reason to love this season of pumpkin-spiced lattes, Halloween books, and horror movies. But if you’re an eager BookFester, we bet you cannot wait for The BookFest Fall 2021 to begin.

If you’re new here and haven’t heard of only the most anticipated online, bi-annual book event, let’s get you caught up.

The BookFest® features a Grand Prize Giveaway to make your book club friends 50-shades of green with envy, plus a chance to grab over 25 award-winning, bestselling, and newly released books, all in one place. With more than 35 speakers joining over 15 discussions, Q&As, and a range of special segments, this global event increases your chances of an ultimate fanboy/girl moment waiting to happen. Who would want to miss that? And the best part, The BookFest delivers all this fun and adventure virtually, so that you can enjoy it from the safety and comfort of your home—for free.

So, what are you waiting for? Save the date for The BookFest Fall 2021, coming to you LIVE on all major online platforms and on the official website on the 23rd and 24th of October. In the meantime, if you want to read books from the ultimate reading list for the Fall of 2021, here we go…


Always a Princess

Always a Princess book coverIf you’re like us, one to trust your heart and dive head-first into a good historical romance novel, this one is for you. Always a Princess by Clyve Rose takes you to the Regency era, offering a love story that navigates two differing cultures: the English and the Romany. History buffs will appreciate the details, relationships, and revelations inherent in Rose’s illuminating period tale.

The big question, of course, is: will the clandestine romance that sparks between a Romany princess and an Englishman get its happily-ever-after? To find out, get your copy of Always a Princess today.


Harry Harambee’s Kenyan Sundowner

Harry Harambee's Kenyan Sundowner book coverAfter winning several prestigious awards, and the hearts of readers with his literary fiction, Gerald Everette Jones returns with Harry Harambee’s Kenyan Sundowner. A lonely widower from LA buys an East African tour package on the promise of hookups and parties. What looks like an exciting adventure ends up being a life-altering experience for Harry and readers alike.

If you’re looking to explore an exotic new locale and uncover a heart-warming story of self-discovery, you’ll love this book. Order your copy of Harry Harambee’s Kenyan Sundowner now.


Project Adventure Series

Project Adventure series book coversAre you a parent with the heart of a little kid? We’ve got something very special for you. We’re talking about the Project Adventure series of books by David Konrad. They make for a perfect family read with your middle-graders. The series includes stories of smart, courageous, and heroic kids. When these kids form a kid-detective agency, they often find themselves in tricky situations, but that doesn’t stop them from helping others.


If you’re on a quest to get your little ones to read, to cultivate values such as helping others all while keeping them entertained, you should get the Project Adventure Series today.


Tears of Change

Tears of Change book coverDo you like reading or secretly writing poetry? Even if you’re not a fan of poems, Tears of Change by Debbie Monteggia will make you fall in love with verse. Call it the power of poetry or the magic of Debbie’s words: each poem is bound to evoke inspiration and hope. Softly, caringly, and fearlessly, she will take you by the hand through her journey toward self-fulfillment and peace.

In the process, you’re likely to find a voice for your deepest emotions. Get your copy of Tears of Change on Amazon today.


Our African Unconscious

Our African Unconscious book coverSomeone who’s on a spiritual journey and keen on learning about human history will find valuable insights in Our African Unconscious: The Black Origins of Mysticism and Psychology. Author Edward Bruce Bynum reveals how Africa is the origin of the collective unconscious of all of humanity. Fascinating, right? He discusses how we all share a common, deeper identity connected with a primordial African unconscious.

What could be more healing than to probe the things we all share in our time of varying divisions? Order your copy of Our African Unconscious now.


Fairy Knights Series

Fairy Knights book series cover imagesIf you’re a parent, uncle or aunty tasked with pleasing a highly creative child, we’ve got your back. The Fairy Knights series by Dames Handsome can save your day, sending readers through a mystical world, allowing them to explore classic fairy tales from around the world. Bonus: your children can learn moral values from the Fairy Kids, who channel magical powers to level up and grow stronger when doing good deeds.

We can’t wait for you to introduce your kids to Ching Goo, Oma Bell, and Rick the hamster.  Head over to Amazon and order the Fairy Knights books now.


Plague of Flies

Plague of Flies book coverAre you ready to take a day-dreaming flight all the way back to 1846? Join award-winning author Laurel Anne Hill in her new YA Historical adventure, Plague of Flies: Revolt of the Spirits, 1846. Meet Catalina Delgado, a 16-year-old with modest dreams and a deep love for the people close in her life. She finds the courage to accomplish what she can and protect those she loves when cold, geopolitical reality clashes with her hopes and ideals.

Want to find out what happens when the United States’ Bear Flaggers declare war against Catalina’s home country of Mexico? Then grab your copy of Plague of Flies today.


Babe in the Woods

Babe in the Woods book cover Whether you like the city life or the quiet countryside, we bet you’ve wondered what it would be like to have a cabin in the woods. Unlike many a horror movies, living in the wilderness can be pretty blissful if you read Yvonne Wakefield’s Babe in the Woods: Self Portrait. It chronicles Yvonne’s four-decades-long relationship with the log cabin she built and lives in, as well as the people she’s encountered in the John Day Valley.

Want to know what it’s like, at age 18, to build a home from trees on 80 acres of mountainside land in Oregon? Get your copy of the Babe in the Woods now.


If you’ve come this far, you probably like our collection of The BookFest Fall 2021 books. To experience the full scope of this virtual event and to participate in the spectacular two-day-long festivities, sign-up today!

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