COYER Read-a-thons

Starting with Winer COYER 2014-2015 all COYER Read-a-thons will appear as pages, linked up here for quick easy access.

Winter 2014-2015

  • New Year’s Read-a-thon: Join us January 1st – January 4th to kickoff the New Year with authors, narrators, or series that are new-to-you. Sign up closes December 31st.
  • Dusting off the Shelves Read-a-thon: From January 12th – January 16th find the oldest UNREAD ebook or Audiobook you own and clean it off your shelf. Finish it? DNF it? Move to the next oldest! Sign up closes January 11th.
  • Scavenger Hunt Read-a-thon: Hunt your shelves January 25th to February 8th and see how many points you can earn! We’ll send out an official list of items January 21st to everyone signed up, so sign up will close January 20th.
  • Be My Valentine Read-a-thon: Love will be in the air! Find your romance themed books – or if you’re feeling unromantic, your horror books – for this read-a-thon February 12th -16th. Sign up will close February 11th.
  • Next in the Series Read-a-thon: Did you start a series and then never return to it? Well February 26th – February 28th is your chance! Sign up will close February 25th.

Summer 2015

  • Red, White & Blue: Read something with red, white, or blue on the cover or the words red, white or blue in the title. Read-a-thon is from July 4th – 10th, but you can sign up now, right here!
  • Beach Party: Read books that take place on/near a beach or involve vacation. Read-a-thon is from July 18th – 24th, but you can sign up now, right here!
  • Campfire Tales: Read books that YOU consider scary. Read-a-thon is from August 1st – 7th, but you can sign up now, right here!
  • Happy B-day COYER: Read books whose title includes C, O, Y, E, & R. Read-a-thon is from August 15th – 21st, but you can sign up now, right here!
  • Dog Days of Summer: Read a book with an animal on the cover. Read-a-thon is from August 29th – September 4th, but you can sign up now, right here!


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