This COYER, from December 17th to March 3rd, is much more strict than it has been in the past. Participants can only read ebooks we already own and got for less than $1 or audiobooks we got for less than $5.
However, there is the “generator” option, but I won’t be taking advantage of that. If you would like to know more about using your generator, click on the COYER picture to get the full details over at the official COYER website.
Since the rules are tight this time, I’m not going to read any ebooks until December 17th, and I’m going to concentrate on finishing the books I’m currently in the middle of reading. Once COYER starts, I’ll concentrate on reading as many of my ARCs as possible. With any luck, I’ll get completely caught up on them. Since library books don’t count, I’ll also be focusing on the few audiobooks I own that I got for free.
Usually, my goal for COYER is 10 books, but this time I’m going to try for 12. Bout of Books is coming up during the first week of January and I’m taking vacation during that week as well, so I’m fairly certain I can manage 12 books by March.
Are you participating in COYER?
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“Surely, I haven’t collected that many under-a-$1 books this year. I’ve really tried to be good about that!”
*takes a look at what she’s acquired since December of last year*
Participating in #ShelfLove has helped me with that, but I still have years worth of impulse ebook purchases. I tend to focus on my physical TBR, which is why COYER is such a great challenge. Every COYER, my Nook and Kindle get a little “lighter”.
I haven’t done COYER in a while, but now sounds like a good time. 🙂
LOL Rachelle 🙂 I’m hoping to make a very nice dent in my ARCs during COYER as well! And I’m actually happy the rules are back to being very strict for this one 🙂
Good luck in reaching your goal 🙂