Have you been a little over eager with your mouse when browsing Kindle Freebies? Or maybe those books on Netgalley were just too hard to resist? Are your free reads sitting in your E-reader, neglected, just waiting for when you have time to get to them? Well now is the time with the “Clean out your E-reader Challenge”
Join us November 1st – 30th with the Clean out your E-reader Challenge hosted by Fantasy is More Fun & Because Reading is better than real life and 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 TWO bloggers will have a chance to win a $10 Gift Card from Amazon or B&N in our Review Posts Giveaway AND everyone will drive more traffic to your blog
• Go through your E-readers and select the FREE or NEARLY FREE (up to $5 will be accepted) books you’d like to read during the challenge. The book must have been free or Nearly free, (Kindle Deals, Netgalley, Etc.) Anyone caught not using a free book or a book that is pirated will be removed from challenge
• Sign up with the linky below letting us know that you plan to participate. Then, on November 1st create a post announcing your participating with a list of books you plan to read during the challenge. A starter post will be posted at 8am on November 1st with the review link. Link your participation blog post there. Links not live by the end of the day (11:59 PM PST) November 1st will be removed. Your book list doesn’t have to be set it stone it can change along the way, just be sure you’re still reading FREE or NEARLY FREE books. DO NOT POST YOUR BOOK LIST/START POST UNTIL NOVEMBER 1st. If you already post thats fine but it must re posted again on November 1st
• Start reading your books (starting November 1st) and reviewing them, either on your blog or Goodreads (blog will give you more traffic). Put the link to your review (to the review URL, not your Web Address) on the review linky available November 1st, listing your blog name and the name of the book you reviewed. When you write your review, be sure to include the challenge logo and linky at the end so that we can all check out the reviews
• To enter the giveaway: every day you post a review of a free or nearly free E-book, enter the link (to the review URL, not your Web Address) on the Rafflecopter available November 1st (1 link per blog, per day) to get an extra entry in the giveaway.
We’ll also be having a Twitter Party (Date TBD) – while you’re reading your free or nearly free E-books or posting your reviews be sure to update us on Twitter with #COYER!
Please feel free follow us so we can keep an eye on your progress we will follow you back!
Here’s a button that you can add to your blog to announce you’re cleaning out your E-reader with us:
And don’t forget to check out as many of the reviews on the linky as you’d like! Stop by and say hi in their comments. And if someone follows you, be sure to follow back.
Winner will be announced December 3rd. Each person that participated will even get award ribbons at the end to put up on your blog announcing your accomplishment.
If sign up can’t see the linky click HERE
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Is there a new linky list that I am not totally grasping? I have my starter post up and just wanted to make sure I get it where it needs to be so I can "legally" participate!
Here's a link if it helps: E-Reader Challenge Starter Post
This sounds like so much fun! Do the books count if you have received them from the author, since technically they are free? I'll be joining this challenge!
Hi, yes they count as long as they are on your e-reader (they can't be actual books) and they have to be reviewed during the challenge. Most of my reads are from netgalley and two are for reviews from authors for tours 🙂
I have TONS of freebies, but I can't remember which ones were freebies. How do I figure that out??
Hi, As long as it was Nearly free we will except that also. Such as Daily Deals from amazon, the book must be under $5 when purchased. You can always check on amazon to see if the book is still free or nearly free but if you purchased a book from the nook and it was under $5 then that is ok to read.
Hope that helps anymore questions feel free to ask 🙂
I'm joining in 🙂
Jackie @Jackie's Book World
This will be my first blogger reading challenge. Yay! I have been a bit one-click happy over there at Amazon. I have the button up and everything.
I need to join this because I have just so many books to be read that this is just the push I need
TOTALLY joining! I have a ton of Netgalleys to catch up on not to mention those freebies and 99c oneclicks I just could NOT resist! 😀
Okay, before I sign up, does the book have to have been a freebie? My kindle is pretty full of books I've paid for, like the .99–4.99 kindle books. The "Deals." Are those not counted? Don't want to break the rules by signing up since I sooo need to read Kindle books.
yes we will accept that 🙂 but it has to be under $5 we are calling it Nearly FREE LOL
Make sure to put your name in the linky 🙂 Thanks for joining!!!
Cool I'm in. I could read a free book a day for 6 months and not run out, but can't stop clicking