BEA'S BOOK NOOK "I can't imagine a man really enjoying a book and reading it only once." C. S. Lewis “If one cannot enjoy reading a book over and over again, there is no use in reading it at all.” ― Oscar Wilde

Saturday, March 1, 2014

COYER - Clean Out Your E-Reader March 2014

I participated in this challenge back in the fall and made some headway reading those free books and review books that had been piling up. Today starts the COYER challenge and I'm diving in again. Along with the Caffeinated Reader's TBR Pile Challenge also going on this month, I should whittle down that TBR pile. I also have a few current review books I'll be reading but most of my reading this month will be for these two challenges.

For the month of March Fantasy is More Fun & Because Reading is better than real life are hosting this challenge. The idea is to start cleaning out your free or nearly free E-reads! Not only will you get to those reads that have been sitting unread for too long, but 2 participants will have a chance to win prizes in the Review Posts Giveaway. 

So, what books count? The book must have been FREE or NEARLY FREE: under $5, Kindle Deals, Netgalley, Edelweiss & author review requests only (NO blog tour reviews at this time). Anyone caught not using a free book, or using a book that is pirated will be removed from challenge.

Sign up here, then between now and March 8th create a post announcing that you’re participating and a list of books you hope to read during the challenge (this can change). If you don’t have a blog this can be done at the Goodreads group “Two Girls and A Challenge” Any participant that doesn’t have a starter post up by 11:59 PM EST March 8th (giving you procrastinators a little more time!) will be ineligible for the grand prize.

Start reading your books (March 1st) and reviewing them, on your blog, goodreads, Booklikes, etc. Put the link to your review (to the review URL, not your web address) on the review linky available March 1st, listing your blog name and the name of the book you reviewed. When you write your review, you MUST include the challenge logo and linky somewhere on the post so that we can all check out the reviews. (I just know I'll forget that part, lol.)

There will be challenges, giveaways, and a twitter party, see the details here.
The Levels:

Each person who participated will be able to grab an award ribbon at the end to put up on their blog announcing your accomplishment. Another level has been added to reflect the amazing reading prowess of some readers last time.

Lightly Clean – 1 to 4 eBooks
Spring Clean - 5 to 9 eBooks
Deep Clean - 10 to 14 eBooks
Xtreme Clean - 15 or more eBooks

Since I'm doing two challenges this month and have some review books I have to read, my starting goal is Lightly Clean. At the end of the month, I'll post my results in my monthly challenge wrap up post.

My very tentative reading list:

1) Gwynneth Ever After by Linda Poitevin
2) Against the Mark by Kat Martin
3) The Long Way Home by Jessica Scott
4) No Flowers Required by Cari Quinn


  1. I hope you get 'em read! I'm going for a big goal because the number of books I have to read is unbelievable...

  2. Gwynneth Ever After is awesome! I hope you'll enjoy it as much as I did!
    Good luck with your challenge, Bea.

    Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews

  3. I don't know those books and now I will have to go look them up. Coyer is awesome for getting rid of books but I always end up with more on my list once this challenge is over. LOL

    I hope you enjoy all your reads and Good Luck :)


  4. I haven't heard of any of those books but I hope you enjoy!! Good luck!

  5. Good luck this month Bea, I'm not familiar with any of your picks, so I'll be looking forward to your reviews :)

  6. I don't know any of those authors! I will be checking them out on goodreads. good luck with your goals!


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