An unboxing | ShelfLoveCrate August 2017


Okay, I am officially obsessed with this book box subscription.  I mean, I already knew what the book was going to be for this month’s theme (Wild Heart) – okay so it was really just a good guess – and I read an egalley of it and was disappointed in it but this box still blew me away.  Not only does ShelfLoveCrate do an amazing job of sticking to the themes they choose as well as the book, they also just make everything so aesthetically pleasing. ❤

Alright, spoilers ahead for what was inside the box:

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An unboxing: LitJoyCrate


Today’s unboxing: the July LitJoyCrate!

I’ve been an on-again-off-again subscriber to LitJoy for almost a year now, and I absolutely love how they theme their boxes to the book itself.  This month’s theme was “Sleight of Hand” and I must say it was perfect!  I kind of figured out what the book was, since I read an egalley of it, and was not disappointed in the least.  They also feature an artist for each box and this month it was Stephanie Brown of offbeatworlds!

Alright, spoilers ahead!!!

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An unboxing (ShelfLoveCrate)



I am going to post an unboxing here for the ShelfLoveCrate for July 2017.  ShelfLoveCrate is a subscription box company whose themes usually focus on YA fantasy and sci-fi.  I’ve been subscribed to them since their first box (which I almost missed out on but luckily got when they had extras go on sale), and so far not a single one has been disappointing!!  The packaging it beautiful, with the inside lid saying “Your magical journey starts now…” and they tie everything up under tissue paper and string and it’s so, well, magical!!

So, this month’s theme was “Shakespeare’s Mystery Town.”  I kind of knew what the book was going to be because I had an egalley of it (and actually read it last month), so I was definitely excited for this box!  I’ve actually been on a Shakespeare kick lately – I recently read Much Ado About Nothing and Twelfth Night – so I knew I was going to be pleasantly surprised.

Alright, spoilers ahead so stop reading now if you don’t want any.

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