February MyBookBox Reveal
I received February’s MyBookBox! Yay! MyBookBox is a bookish monthly subscription that contains two books – yes, two! There are a lot of bookish monthly subscriptions out there, but none (that I’m aware of) that supply two books. You can pick two books from six genres: Women’s Fiction, Mystery, Non Fiction, Young Adult, Children 8-12, and Children 3-7.
For the month of February I picked Young Adult and Women’s Fiction. Below is what was in February box.
- MyBookBox tote bag
- Drinking Chocolate by Pavonia Confections
- Assassin’s Heart by Sarah Ahiers with paper bookmark
- No Ordinary Life by Suzanne Redfearn with paper bookmark, letter from the author, and a grape flavored lollipop
I absolutely love the tote that came inside the box. I take frequent trips to Barnes and Noble where I end up buying far too many books and my arms are weighed down with book after book. This tote will be perfect to take with me. Plus, the tote speaks the truth. If I can’t take my books, I’m not going!
I made the hot chocolate as soon as I saw it was inside and it was delicious. It’s a good size container that will provide two more cups of yummy hot chocolate. A perfect drinking beverage, especially during these winter months.
Assassin’s Heart was the young adult book and I’m so glad it was. I always get giddy with happiness when a book I wanted, but didn’t buy, is inside a monthly subscription. No Ordinary Life was the women’s fiction book. It’s not my usual read, but it sounds really good. Oh, and the grape lollipop didn’t last a second once my two year found it. He loved it and said it was good.
If you are interested in your own MyBookBox you can head over to MyBookBox.com for more info, prices, and get a 15% off discount by using BOOKWORM.
I received this box for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the box in any way.
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