I really, really need to clean out my e-reader (COYER) – it’s overloaded beyond what I’m comfortable with these days. Time. It’s always never enough time in the day. But… the Spring session of the COYER 2021 challenge is perfect to dip my feet back into this reading challenge once again.
To join, to learn the “rules”, or simply find a great community here’s the link to the Spring Season of Coyer (it’s also on the graphic over there <–)
In short, if you have any of those *free* series starter books on your e-reader (and I think most readers certainly do) then you’re perfect for this reading challenge – and it only gets better from there as any e-book under $2 or Audio or Physical book under $5 qualifies… and those 99¢ books add up, right?
Follow the link, check out the Spring season “rules” and have some fun while you make space on your e-reader for even more books – because, honestly, we all know that we won’t stop downloading books any time soon. *wink*
I’ve loved taking part in any of the COYER Challenges over the years. The fact that I don’t look so great on ‘paper’ is that I suck at keeping track of and going over to link up reviews that qualify. Yeah. My Bad. That doesn’t mean that I don’t have fun with it though, and will plan my purely pleasure reading (not ARCs) with this Challenge in mind.
2020 has been a crazy year, right? And I’ve recently discovered that the COYER Challenge is going to an All Year Long COYER — which is awesome, and in addition, there is a unique COYER Quarantine Edition that’s going on right now as well. (Yes, I know, I’m terribly late to this show but… better late than never?)
So. I’m going to go for a very low goal of books read for the Quarantine Edition of ten (10) books by August 31st. You’d think I could remember to link up that many, right? Let’s hope so, I’m really going to try – maybe by putting it in my Google Calendar I’ll have better luck.
Anyway. If you love Challenges, and like me, this craziness we call our lives in quarantine had you missing this information as well… then hop on over (the link is in the graphic and above) and check it out for yourself.