Take Control of Your TBR Pile and Clean Out Your E-Reader Challenge KICKOFFS!!

9c5e559d-78e1-450c-a449-37fdf32686b8_zpsf862803e-238x300ChallengeMarch-e1389762554738 I stumbled across these March Challenges just in time! The Clean Out Your E-Reader Challenge has started, and so has the Time to Take Control of Your TBR Pile Challenge, and I am planning to review some of those free books (and, of course, review books) that I’ve downloaded to my Kindle over the last year. I’m actually scared to look. Like, really scared. I don’t want to know how much of a book hoarder I am. But, I’m a cheap book hoarder! They were all free! (Except a handful that I paid very little to get.)

My goal is to reach Deep Clean status for the COYER Challenge by reviewing 10-14 books (below). Of course, most of these are review books, but I’m planning to sneak in some of the many downloaded freebie books. Now, I do have some blog tours coming up, but I have excluded all of that from the challenge. I am setting my sights high – really high, considering I will be moving in the middle of the month and have a lot on my plate at work (which, as a teacher, comes home with me), but I am going to try to knock out a nice chunk of my downloaded books.

Tentative E-Reader Challenge Book List

  1. In Time by Christine Locke
  2. Valley of Vice by Steve Garcia
  3. Public Affairs by Cassandra Carr
  4. Through the Portal by Justin Dennis
  5. Who You Callin’ Silly? How a Silly Woman Becomes Virtuous by Kimberly Lock
  6. Saltwater Kisses: A Billionaire Love Story by Krista Lakes
  7. Redemption: The Further Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer by Andrew Joyce
  8. Shackled by Angela Carling
  9. Enough Rope by P.L. Doss
  10. Banished Love by Ramona Flightner
  11. The Prophecy of Arcadia by Michelle Soars
  12. Dogs with Bagels by Maria Elena Sandovici
  13. Purified by Brian Smith
  14. The Money Tree by Helen Yeomans

For all of the rules, and extra mini-challenges for more prizes, visit Because Reading is Better than Real Life for the COYER Challenge.

For all the rules, and extra mini-challenges for more prizes, visit Caffeinated Book Reviewer for the Take Control TBR Challenge.

10 thoughts on “Take Control of Your TBR Pile and Clean Out Your E-Reader Challenge KICKOFFS!!

  1. Sounds like a great challenge! I wish I could join you, but I’d better write instead. Thrilled that you included In Time on your challenge list! Happy reading!

    • Yes, you better write! I would like to read some more of your work. 🙂

      BTW, I finished them both! 😀

    • Thanks Michelle! I haven’t really participated in anything like this, so I’m excited. I think I might carry this thought throughout the year to clean out my Kindle! 🙂

  2. Ohhh good luck keeping momentum going through a move – I just moved in January and my reading seriously suffered for it. I hope you do better than I did. Great list, I look forward to catching those reviews 🙂

    • Berls,

      Thank you. I know I’m going to need all the luck I can get. We start moving on Thursday and will finish on Sunday with the bulk of our boxes and furniture. It’s going to be a difficult move for some of our family, which is never fun, but it is time! 🙂

      Keep your eyes peeled for reviews.

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