My First Ever #COYER Challenge!

Posted June 16th, 2017 by in Challenge / 10 comments

COYER

I’ve decided to join in on the COYER (Clean Out Your E-Reader) Challenge. I’m going to be doing the Summer Reading Challenge portion. In order to do that I needed a list of 30 books I’d like to read this summer. It was tough picking out 30 books. I had wanted to stick with the idea of the original challenge which I believe was cleaning out the freebies but got way too stressed even though I have them marked on a spreadsheet. I changed my mind and decided to try and tackle a series from a few different genres. I’ll keep my updates here and a button in the sidebar linking to it.

Here’s my list (in no particular order):
1. Eternal Hunter – Cynthia Eden
2. Bright Young Things – Anna Godbersen
3. Jenny Pox – JL Bryan
4. Beautiful Creatures – Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl
5. Books Can Be Deceiving – Jenn McKinley
6. On Second Thought – Kristan Higgins
7. A Night to Surrender by Tessa Dare
8. Between Shades of Gray – Ruta Sepetys
9. Due or Die – Jenn McKinlay
10. All I Ever Wanted – Kristan Higgins
11. Once Upon a Winter’s Eve – Tessa Dare
12. Beautiful Darkness – Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl
13. Book, Line, and Sinker – Jenn McKinlay
14. Until There Was You – Kristan Higgins
15. A Week to Be Wicked – Tessa Dare
16. Dream Dark – Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl
17. Read It and Weep – Jenn McKinlay
18. Somebody to Love – Kristan Higgins
19. A Lady by Midnight – Tessa Dare
20. Beautiful Chaos – Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl
21. On Borrowed Time – Jenn McKinlay
22. Beauty and the Blacksmith – Tessa Dare
23. Hometown Cowboy – Sara Richardson
24. A Likely Story – Jenn McKinlay
25. Any Duchess Will Do – Tessa Dare
26. Prophecy – Julie Anne Lindsey
27. Beautiful Redemption – Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl
28. Better Late than Never – Jenn McKinlay
29. Lord Dashwood Missed Out – Tessa Dare
30. A Study in Scarlet Women – Sherry Thomas

Stephanie

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10 Responses to “My First Ever #COYER Challenge!”

    • Stephanie

      Thanks! I’m hoping I can keep up with this challenge and not let it go to the wayside. I did the reading list because it was a nostalgia thing. Our library does a summer reading but it wasn’t quite the same as my hometown library’s.

    • Stephanie

      Me too! At first I was SUPER overwhelmed with picking out 30 books (especially when I was trying to do all freebies). Then I decided to focus on series, fave authors, and old review copies and it went really quickly. 😀

    • Stephanie

      I actually have both of those books! Need to get them read so the older one went on my list. I’m anxious to read it but now it will most likely make me sad.

      • Terri M. LeBlanc

        I ran into that when I started making my list. I ended doing a “plan to add” so I could keep track of books by the the same author I wanted to read once I got 5 completed.

        I think that Salt to the Sea is the stronger of the two books. I liked “Shades,” but didn’t it didn’t make me as emotional as “Salt.” I also listened to the audiobook of Salt to the Sea and each character had a different narrator so that could have been one reason I had a strong connection to that one.

        • Stephanie

          Exactly. I have to laugh at myself because I know I’m not going to get through the books I have listed but already am planning on all the books to add to it. Lol!

          I think audiobooks are great when the production team has a voice for each narrative. It really adds a level of depth to them.

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