Fall is here and that means the return of one of the most anticipated book events of the year: The BookFest® Fall 2022. As the weather drops in temperature, this season is the perfect time to curl up with a lovely book. There’s no better place to find such a gem than BookFest.
For those who are unfamiliar with The BookFest®, it is a biannual bookish event that happens every spring and fall. It features virtual literary events where book lovers and writers can engage in conversations about reading and writing. It is also where you can come into contact with various books that could become your next fixation.
Go check out The BookFest® Fall 2022. It’s occurring on October 22-23 and admission is free. Attend virtually and watch on YouTube here. Be sure to join the conversation in the comments and don’t forget to enter The BookFest® Giveaway for bookish prizes.
With that in mind, listed below are our favorite books that will be a part of The BookFest® this year in fall. Feel free to check them out before the event to see what all the fuss is about. They’re well worth the read. Without further ado, here are the books:
Horror Writers Association’s (HWA) Poetry Showcase Feature at The BookFest
The HWA presents their ninth annual Poetry Showcase. It features the best in never-before-published dark verse. The showcase is edited by Angela Yuriko Smith and this year’s featured poets are Stephanie M. Wytovich, Geneve Flynn, and Naomi Simone Borwein, plus dozens of poems from the talented members of the Horror Writers Association. Learn more about the Poetry Showcase at TheBookFest.
In her newest book, Deborah Levine Herman guides spiritual writers down the path of the publishing industry. These writers write because it is their mission rather than doing it for a sense of pleasure. This updated version of Spiritual Writing from Inspiration to Publication provides the do’s and don’ts of how to get published, including the digital world and the expanded opportunities this brings for nontraditional publishing. Check it out at The BookFest.
Business leader consultant and speaker Beatrice Adenodi rips away people’s masks by revealing mindless behaviors being replicated rather than actually true to who someone is. Only after these masks come off can people transform into their true potential. Through a direct, no-nonsense tone, Adenodi encourages readers to overcome what’s holding them back in their professional and personal lives. See it at The BookFest.
A nuclear engineer who’s also a singer-songwriter, EA Smiroldo uses her real-life experiences to bring this thrilling cli-fi to life. The story follows Dara Bouldin, a nuclear engineer whose plan to reverse climate change turns her world upside down in unexpected ways. Smiroldo combines real science with real-world drama to create a fictional story that, overall, tackles relevant issues. Learn about it at The BookFest.
When Stuart Waldner cut meat out of his diet and only ate plant-based food, he realized meat was not as essential to someone’s health as everyone was led to believe. Through his book, he details how plant-based foods are healthier options for people in addition to the world as a whole. Waldner is offering readers the red pill behind the meat industry that has overtaken the world. Discover more at The BookFest.
Crankiness expert Steven Joseph has a new book that kids and adults will love. Snoodles, Kidoodles, Poodles and Lots and Lots of Noodles tackles the concept of envy and how it can be overwhelming. Furthermore, the book explores underlying themes of how people handle everything from mask-wearing to the environment. This is an enjoyable, fun read with valuable life lessons for readers of all ages. Hop over to The Bookfest for more.
In this historical sci-fi series, an American scientist named Matt Miller is swept into an entirely different century. As someone from the twenty-first century stuck in the eighteenth century, Matt will have to rely on his knowledge of the future as much as possible to navigate his way through this vastly different time period. Altogether, if you’re looking for a new sci-fi adventure to get pulled into, Matt Miller in the Colonies is the series for you. See the entire series at The BookFest.
In this memoir, Chester L. Richards highlights his most life-changing moments coupled with the lessons he learned from these experiences. Richards is an adventurous spirit and he’s ready to share his tales with the world as a result. Follow Richards throughout his life and see how he got to where he is today. Discover more at TheBookFest.
Lovers of period drama, romance and historical fiction will fall head over heals for the first in the series, Always a Princess by Clyve Rose. Rose pays close attention to detail in her work, so close, everything is accurate down to the smells and sounds. You’ll truly lose yourself in her novels, and you won’t want to be found. Check her out her book at The BookFest.
Rocky Mountain Series by Virginia Fox Get the Scoop at The BookFest
This series of romance books by Virginia Fox promises to welcome readers into a cozy fictional world. Fox’s heartfelt series is coming soon to bring readers on a journey of love. In conclusion, if you want a light, fun series that will make you feel amazing, Rocky Mountain series is the perfect fit. Learn more about author Virginia Fox at The BookFest.
These books are only a part of what The BookFest® has in store. There are also various events and conversations happening both days. Everyone should join in and become a BookFester. To become a part of this bookish adventure, sign up here. Make sure to enter the Big Bundle of Books Giveaway to win all of these books and more.