Another month means another Owlcrate YA Literature subscription box to review. Good vs. Evil was this month's theme, and I got a Good box. Some got Evil boxes with the Death Star and Voldemort, but I got the box I wanted.
I've been doing Owlcrate for 4 months or so, and I am loving the fandom, bookmarks, jewelry, letters from the author, and the books of course. I've actually been quite impressed that there hasn't been one item of any of the Owlcrates that I haven't liked. I mean, I have really liked the books, and I'm a tough grader.
If you are interested in trying them out they're about $36 (that includes tax and shipping) a month; click here and we both win. In every box you get a hardback YA book, letter from the author, artwork, and usually 3 fandom items. The 20th of August is the last day to order the August box which has the theme of YA High aka school setting. There have been a lot of Harry Potter hints on Owlcrate's Instagram account, so I'm hoping there's some awesome HP stuff. I will also say that this is not a sponsored post; I pay for my subscription.
Check out all of the stuff that was found in the July Owlcrate box. The little girl found in the picture above is a cute Alice in Wonderland magnet bookmark. There in the back is a small coloring book of the book covers of the latest books they've sent. Plus, there were letter's from the author and the Victoria Schwab's signature. It was a great box!
This absolutely awesome Millennium Falcon wooden necklace may be my favorite fandom in this month's box. I never knew I needed this necklace from VectorEngraving until I got it and LOVE wearing it with my Star Wars shirt. Sure, I'm a total nerd wearing such fandom gear, but I'm also a librarian so I'm already in the nerd department. I proudly wear it, and my daughter has worn it on more than one occassion as well. We both love it!
The necklace and this Dobby Pop Funko may tie as my favorite items in this Owlcrate box. I love building my PopFunko collection, and I love that Dobby is holding a sock. So much love here.
Also, if you haven't checked out the illustrated Harry Potter book, found behind Dobby in the picture above, you need to! It's amazing! The illustrated book wasn't found in this month's box; I already own it and have pre-ordered Chamber of Secrets coming out in October.
Finally, the whole reason I get this subscription box is b/c of the books. Owlcrate chooses great books, and I am excited to read this newly released hilarious romantic novel. The Salvage Song by Victoria Schwab is apparently set in a dystopian future with monsters and a Romeo and Juliet like love story. Don't worry, I will review it as soon as I finish it.
All in all, well done Owlcrate! Another great box, and I look forward to August's box.
Do you do any subscription boxes? There are loads of book subscription boxes, and I'd love to do many of them. I actually have an idea to start my own, but I just don't know how to do it. If you want to collaborate give me a holler.
Happy YA reading and happy book fandom fun!