Okay so I have been doing a lot of travel writing lately and I haven’t been doing much bookish blogging. I mean, my blog is titled Books, Laughs, and Travels.
Anyways, I’ve been in a funk where I don’t feel like picking up a book and committing to a story right now. I know, that sounds so bad, but I get this way when I’m stressed out in life. Right now I’m stressed out with trying to become an adult but not knowing what the hell I want to do.
Don’t worry I did start a book today, it might take me a while to finish it, but we will talk more about that later.
Right now we are going to talk about the wonderful, the amazing, the surprising Fairyloot box!
I’m going to come out and say that I’m doing this unboxing and review out of my own will, no one is asking me or paying me to do it.
Now, Fairyloot is a monthly subscription box that comes to your door, I would say, the last week of every month. It was started a little over a year ago with the mission to reach bookworms and connect them. Ever since March of 2016 Fairyloot has been sending YA fantasy boxes that contain one book along with book related items. They are based in the United Kingdom, so if you are buying from the United States the cost of a single box, with shipping, is about $50. They have single, monthly, and yearly subscriptions.
Now, before I go on and do my unboxing I just want to say that I didn’t film a video. Why? Well, when I watch and unboxing video I don’t want to listen to people ramble on. I just want them to show me the darn item!
So I decided that the best way to bypass unnecessary video rambling was to take pictures of the items and give descriptions of them! (I am also tired and didn’t want to film myself, so this is a win/win situation.)
Before I get to my pictures I just want to say that if you like to read YA or if you’re into fantasy give this box a go. I always find a book that sounds interesting and gets thrown into my “to be read” pile. If it doesn’t look like something I’d like, then I just give it to a friend because books are always great gifts! Honestly, the $50 price tag is fair, I always feel like I’m getting more then what I pay into the box. I’ve never gotten a box where I felt as if $50 is too much for the items, I always feel like I get great quality things for a steal. Plus the books are always hardcover, so that’s half the cost of the box right there. Go get a subscription today!
Read more for unboxing photos and descriptions.