Clean Out Your E-reader Challenge

Clean Out Your E-reader Challenge

The Clean Out Your E-reader Challenge is hosted by Fantasy is More Fun and Because Reading is Better Than Real Life. The goal is to read all of those free or nearly free (up to $5) ebooks you have. (eARCs count too!) The challenge runs from November 1-30.

I wasn’t sure if I could do this challenge because I don’t have many ARCs hanging around at one time and I don’t download many free (or nearly free) books from Amazon. I have SO many books to read that I just don’t go looking at the Amazon freebies section. When I went into my Kindle account to look at what I have that’s free/nearly free, I was surprised. I have a lot more than I thought I did.

01. Finding Cinderella – Colleen Hoover (novella) $0.00 at Amazon
02. Captive Christmas – Danielle Taylor (novella) $0.00 at Danielle’s site
03. Entanglement – Dan Rix $0.00 at Amazon
04. Cursed – Tara Brown $0.00 at Amazon
05. Wilde’s Fire – Krystal Wade $0.00 at Amazon
06. Everblue – Brenda Pandos $0.00 at Amazon
07. Sweet Venom – Tera Lynn Childs $0.00 at Amazon
08. Cold Kiss – Amy Garvey $0.00 at Amazon
09. Bloody Little Secrets – Karly Kirkpatric $0.00 at Amazon
10. Sophie’s Secret – Tara West $0.00 at Amazon
11. A Sideways Glance – Amanda Lawrence Auverigne (short story) $0.00 at Amazon
12. Waiting for Romeo – Diane Mannino (review copy for book tour)
13. Afterlife Academy – Jaimie Admans $0.00 at Amazon

Added after the COYER Challenge started:
14. Ink Is Thicker Than Water – Amy Spalding (review copy from Netgalley)
15. Tyger Tyger – Kersten Hamilton $0.00 at Amazon
16. North Pole Reform School – Jaimie Admans $0.99 at Amazon
17. Deep Green by Trisha Haddad (for review from author)

Prices may have increased since I downloaded them. I’m not sure I can get through all of them because I’m probably going to be reading other books, too, but I’m going to try.


  1. Great list! I’m the complete opposite – I have so many books I want to read and STILL I shop the free shelves like crazy! I am trying to learn restraint. 🙂 Good luck getting through your list!
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