At first, I wasn’t going to get the Illumicrate in October. That was until my boyfriend found of this box would have an item for The Poppy War. In the end, I was happy that I got it, because the
Not too long ago we posted our wishlists for the Halloween book swap a friend of ours was organizing. Last week (on Halloween), we finally got to open our gifts! So today we want to show you the unboxing for
We both recently read Nevernight and are working on Godsgrave at the moment. After being surprised with how amazing this series is, we knew we were going to want Darkdawn. Illumicrate announced their box Bloods & Blades: The Darkdawn Edition.
There are so many book boxes out there, but sometimes shipping can be a bit high. It’s been quite awhile since I treated myself to something like this. Illumicrate is a subscription box I’ve had my eye on for awhile
It was a bit of a wait but Friday I finally got my Faecrate Bloodwitch Hangover Kit! And I couldn’t be more excited! I really love the Witchlands series but I hardly got any march for it. So when I
If you’ve been following the blog, you know that we give each other birthday and Christmas boxes. Last Christmas we realized it’s harder thinking of fun goodies to add to these boxes, so for our birthdays this year, we kept
I recently canceled my Fairyloot subscription after realizing I wasn’t that excited about receiving them anymore. What I am still very excited about are special edition book boxes. So when I saw Illumicrate’s Saints & Scars box in celebration for
Last year after seeing a few friends of ours make Christmas boxes for someone else, we decided to give it a go as well. We had so much fun that we did the same thing for our birthdays and again
For the past few years, a friend of ours Kwante from Kwante in Wonderland, has hosted a Secret Santa for readers here in The Netherlands and Belgium. Since she started, we’ve both participated, so of course we had to this
Last week Candyce and I met up with our bookish friends so celebrate ‘Sintekerst’ together. Sintekerst? I hear you ask, yes, you read that right haha. It’s a mashup from Christmas (Kerst in Dutch) and our Dutch holiday Sint Nicolaas.