Today I have an unboxing of the Myths & Legends box from Meraki Candles! I have unboxed their Villainous and Fae Lands boxes in the past, so Heather was kind enough to send me this one for free! (Don’t worry my review it still all my own honest opinions.) Continue reading
Today I have an unboxing and review of the October Outlander themed Nerdy Post box for you. Nerdy Post is a monthly subscription box filled with book themed, hand-lettered items. Each month contains a poster, a double-sided bookmark, a sticker and a postcard you can colour in. It also includes other items which alternate between things like notepads and badges. You can find out more about Nerdy Post at their website NerdyPost.com!
Nerdy Post is the only box I buy from the US because the shipping is so affordable. As the box includes light items and does not include a book, it only costs around £13.95 + £10.70 postage! Considering how much it would cost to buy the items separately, its an amazing deal for hand-lettered merch!
Here is my unboxing and review of the Villainous box from Meraki Candles, who’s Etsy shop you can find here! Meraki Candles is an Edinburgh based candle store and they have fast become my favourite place to shop for bookish candles. The shipping is so affordable for the UK and Europe!
I recently got the Throne of Glass Colouring Book and was inspired to write a review after seeing the lovely Ashleigh from AFrolicThroughFiction‘s review. You can check out her colouring book review here! I hope you enjoy reading, it was fun to write something different for a change.
Throne of Glass Colouring Book – Illustrated by Yvonne Gilbert, John Howe & Craig Phillips. Written by Sarah J Maas.
- UK paperback – 96 pages.
- Release date: 6th of September 2016.
- Published by Bloomsbury Childrens
- ISBN: 140888142X
- Goodreads page for the Throne of Glass Colouring Book is here!
Today I have an unboxing and review of the Fae Lands box from Meraki Candles! Meraki Candles is an Etsy store from Edinburgh which makes bookish and fandom candles. When I saw that their September box was going to be Fae (and Sarah J Maas) themed I couldn’t resist. I love supporting other Scots in the bookish community. If you want to check out their store you can find it here!
I was lucky enough to be asked to be a rep for a UK based monthly YA subscription box called Fairy Loot. The owner Anissa contacted me asking if I would like to be a rep and I of course said YES! I received the April, May and June boxes (which have been amazing), and I have also became friends with Anissa (who is lovely) and met so many people during the monthly #FairyChat over on Twitter!
This was my first time being a rep and I couldn’t have asked for a lovelier product to rep for! Thank you so much Fairy Loot for giving me this chance! Read on to find out more about my experience: