For those who have ordered, but not yet received their box – look away now because this post is nothing but spoilers. Seriously. Turn back or find out what was included!
This box was purchased for personal use, this review was not sponsored by a third party.
The Melting Library is a small company based in Brooklyn, NY that creates gorgeous hand-poured bookish themed candles. Their “Sampler of the Month” boxes are a new concept, the February box was actually their first attempt with the monthly subscription option on their website.
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Fall is finally here, the temperature has dropped and I’ve worn a pull-over hoodie three times this week! Is anyone else super excited about this? I drank hot coffee (decaf of course) before bed last night and it was so magical ♡♡♡
Keep an eye out in the next 2 weeks for my review of The Wolf Road by Beth Lewis. I received it a couple of days ago and I have to say that it’s been hard to put down! I’m thrilled to have gotten a copy for review, can’t wait to share it with you guys!
I’ve lined up another exciting review for September/October, this one is coming directly from author Annie England Noblin. Her upcoming novel Just Fine With Caroline (October 11 release) is an exciting novel that is sure invoke varying scales of emotion while reading! I can’t wait to snuggle down with it and a cup of hot joe :)
Amazon’s says, “From the author of Sit! Stay! Speak! comes a tender, terrific novel complete with long-buried secrets, a three-legged pot belly pig, and an irresistible dog—an unforgettable story about love, friendship, and community. Perfect for fans of Mary Kay Andrews and Mary Alice Monroe.“
In the coming weeks we will be receiving and repping some ADORABLE handmade bookmarks by Elizabeth with Artsy, Crafty, & Chic, her fantastic shop on Etsy where she sells custom and hand-made bookmarks, cards, etc.! Keep an eye out here and on my Instagram for bookish features including her work! Don’t forget to check out her shop and support a home-grown business ♥
QUESTION: Do you guys have any suggestions for new reads based on what you’ve already read, or currently have on your TBR list? I’ve been attempting to get out of my comfort zone with the varying genres of books that I’ve been reading, I’m stuck in a rut outside of my review copies. Thoughts? Suggestions? Comment below and I’ll be sure to check them out!