When I opened up my May OwlCrate and saw this book, I wasn’t really sure what to think. I tend to fall into the unfortunate yet typical pattern of really only reading popular books from big-name publishers. I want to be better about it and support indie publishers, but I also want to be reading all the books I see everyone else talking about. This was the perfect book to convince me to get over my publishing elitism.
A few months back, I decided I wanted to try out a book box. I was a bit skeptical, both because their contents are a little unpredictable (what if you hate the book? what if there’s a lot of merch for a series you haven’t read or don’t like? what if I just don’t like the kind of things included?) and because they’re a bit on the pricey side. Still, I decided I’d give it a go and signed up for a 3-month OwlCrate subscription. I was super excited when my first box came a couple weeks ago. Here’s what was in it and what I thought of it all!