Coyer Summer 2016: Recap Post

Posted September 2, 2016 by Lola in Coyer / 24 Comments

Coyer Summer 2016
Coyer is a reading challenge hosted by Michelle from Because Reading is Better Than Real Life, Berls from Fantasy is More Fun and Stormi from Books, Movies, Reviews Oh My!. I am always sad when Coyer ends as it’s such a fun challenge. I didn’t get to participate on social media as much this time as it was a busy few months and I just didn’t seem to make the time for it. Let’s hope next Coyer I can make more time for the social media aspect again. Having said that I really had fun again with this challenge and got a lot of books read. Oh and I did manage to participate in a twitter party and won a book :).

How many books did I read during Coyer?

Total books read: 24
New Releases read: 14
Review books read: 14
Blogger Shame books read: 0
Cozy Mysteries books Read: 5
Romantic Suspense books Read: 1
Historical Romance books read: 0

Books I read

JulyBaking is MurderUndonePirate BoundJaxsonAugustTill Death Do Us tartThe CrΓͺpes of WrathHow to Write a Sizzling SynopsisThe True Calling Short Story CollectionRomancing the StarsThe Heir and the humanPirate NemesisThe Immortality CureAll-Butter ShortDeadCracked to DeathBound by FaerieA Brit on the SideSaven DefianceMust Love GhostsRomancing the NullDating for DecadesSeptemberThe Prince and the Cyborg

– July (Calendar Girl #7) by Audrey Carlan – 3 stars
– Baking is Murder (Bee’s Bakehouse Mysteries #1) by Kathy Cranston – 3 stars
– Undone by Kelley Armstrong (writing as Katey Wolfe) – 4 stars
– Pirate Bound (Telepathic Space Pirates #0.5) by Carysa Locke – 4 stars
– Jaxson (River Pack Wolves #1) by Alisa Woods – 4 stars
– August (Calendar Girl #8) by Audrey Carlan – 4 stars
– Till Death Do Us Tart (Oxford Tearoom Mysteries #4) by H.Y. Hanna – 4 stars
– The CrΓͺpes of Wrath (A Pancake House Mystery #1) by Sarah Fox – 3 stars
– How to Write a Sizzling Synopsis: A Step-by-Step System for Enticing New Readers, Selling More Fiction, and Making Your Books Sound Good by Bryan Cohen – 4 stars
– The Short Story Collection (True Calling #4) by Siobhan Davis – 4 stars
– Romancing the Stars by Sabine Priestley, Carysa Locke, Aurora Springer, Melisse Aires, Veronica Scott, Lyn Brittan, Kyndra Hatch and Lea Kirk – 4 stars
– The Heir and the Human (The Saven series #3.1) by Siobhan Davis – 4 stars
– Pirate Nemesis (Telepathic Space Pirates #1) by Carysa Locke – 5 stars
– Tori Centanni – The Immortality Cure (Henri Dunn #1) – 4 stars
– All-Butter ShortDead (Oxford Tearoom Mysteries #0) by H.Y. Hanna – 4 stars
– Cracked to Death (A Webb’s Glass Shop Mystery #3) by Cheryl Hollon – 4 stars
– Bound by Faerie (Stolen Magic #1) by W.B. McKay – 4 stars
– A Brit on the Side (Calder Castle #1) by Brenda St. John Brown – 4 stars
– Saven: Defiance (The Saven series #3) by Siobhan Davis – 4 stars
– Must Love Ghosts (Banshee Creek #1) by Ani Gonzalez – 3 stars
– Romancing the Null (The Outlier Prophecies #1) by Tina Gower – 3 stars
– Dating for Decades by Tracy krimmer – 3 stars
– September (Calendar Girl #9) by Audrey Carlan – 3 stars
– The Prince and the Cyborg by J.M. Page – 3 stars

Did you participate in Coyer? And if yes how many books did you read?


24 responses to “Coyer Summer 2016: Recap Post

  1. Wow – that’s impressive! There was a real range of books there, too. It looks great fun – I’ve been a bit stacked out with review copies throughout the summer. Here’s hoping your autumn reads are also enjoyable:)

  2. I’m always sad when COYER ends too, Lola. And I wasn’t able to participate in all the social media fun either so I hope I can in the next one. You ended up doing well though with number of books you read. You should be proud of yourself! πŸ™‚ I’ll be putting my post together today so I’ll know then how many books I finished. πŸ˜€
    Bookworm Brandee recently posted…Review ~ Finley ~ Ella FrankMy Profile

    • It’s always such a fun challenge and I am sad to see it end, but I am happy with how many books I read. And hopefully next time we can both be more active in the social media fun πŸ™‚

    • Indeed, we can still visit each other and have the group, but it’s not the same. It always feels like Coyer is over so soon, but luckily it’s a twice yearly event.

  3. 24 books is awesome. I’m not sure how many I read- I think 8?- which doesn’t sound like a lot but for me it’s pretty good. COYER is always fun tho. Sorry to see it be over but there’s always winter . πŸ™‚
    Greg recently posted…Rolling in the DeepMy Profile

    • Everyone has different amounts of books they read, but that’s okay. There are also people who read way more than me. And yes I am already looking forward to winter πŸ™‚

    • I won a giveaway during the twitter party I attended, so I should have a book coming too :). I like how the hosts always make up so many fun stuff. I didn’t do the bingo’s, didn’t get around to it. I am glad I got to do one of the twitter parties, but sad I missed the others as they are a lot of fun usually, but the timing didn’t work out too well for me this time.

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