COYER Spring started on April 1. COYER is hosted by Berls and Michelle @Because Reading Is Better than Real Life, Stephanie @ Once Upon a Chapter, and Lillian @ Mom With a Reading Problem. Head to any of their blogs or for more information. As always, the hashtag is #COYER.

COYER is always a little tough for me. There are rules and different ways of participating, but I’m giving it another shot this year since it is such a great community.

Spring runs April through June and its rules are a little looser.

  • Format doesn’t matter anymore. You can still read your eBooks and audiobooks, but now you can also read physical books.
  • The books must be free or nearly free… This includes review books, tour books, NetGalley, Edelweiss, etc. What’s nearly free? No more than $3 for eBooks and no more than $5 for Audiobooks and physical books. This time library books and borrowed books count… but still no Kindle Unlimited/Audible Plus or books higher than $3.
  • Review & Link Reviews! Your review may be on your blog, Goodreads, etc. Link the review to the Review Linky 
  • Follow & share reviews on Twitter. Use #COYER on your posts and look for tweets with the hashtag.
  • Visit Each Other, Chat & Have Fun.

Books that count:

  1. The Recovery Agent by Janet Evanovich
  2. Heaven, My Home by Attica Locke
  3. Poison Ivy by Helena Marchmont
  4. What the Cat Knew by P.D. Workman
  5. The Book of Cold Cases by Simone St. James
  6. Pay Dirt Road by Samantha Jayne Allen
  7. The Verifiers by Jane Pek
  8. Murder at the Blueberry Festival by Darci Hannah
  9. The Dogs of Riga by Henning Mankell
  10. Enjoy the View by Sarah Morgenthaler
  11. A Master of Djinn by P. Djèlí Clark
  12. The Apollo Murders by Chris Hadfield
  13. Friend of the Devil by Stephen Lloyd
  14. A Harvest Murder by Frances Evesham
  15. The Nineties by Chuck Klosterman
  16. A Dead Djinn in Cairo by P. Djèlí Clark
  17. A Desolation Called Peace by Arkady Martine
  18. Mai Tais for the Lost by Mia V. Moss
  19. A Harvest Murder by Frances Evesham
  20. The Fields by Erin Young

The COYER Seasons’ home base is the COYER Facebook Group. There you’ll find buddy reads, DEAR (Drop Everything and Read) times which are on Saturdays this year, readathons, book clubs, etc.

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