Hi everyone! After a long week, I have a couple of moments to post my unboxing for October’s FairyLoot and Bookish Box! I’ve had these boxes for almost a week now and just haven’t been able to set aside time to write up this post. If you want a general idea of what’s been happening to me over the past couple of months, I gave a brief update on the Sept./Oct. wrap-up post. But, in a nutshell, it’s school.
I also just posted December’s monthly release post with all of the YA books I could find coming out next month!
Theme: Wicked Hearts
Top Left: Caraval inspired Puzzle ft. Jack designed by Sall Teas
Top Right: The Young Elites Enamel Pin designed by Alchemy and Ink that says “It is my turn to use. My turn to hate.”
Bottom Left: Star Wars Stickers designed by @_saintdri on Instagram
Bottom Right: Spoiler Card
Top and Bottom Right: Salt and Pepper Shakers designed by Noveran Tale with a quote from the BOTM that says “by earth, moon and stone, bless this hearth, bless this home.”
Bottom Left: Bookish Socks designed by Jez Hawk
Foiled Playing Cards ft characters from The Shadows between Us, The Beautiful, Sorcery of Thorns, and Even the Darkest Stars designed by Arz 28
BOTM: Kingdom of the Wicked by Kerri Maniscalco signed (also with a signed bookplate) with stencil and sprayed edges, an author letter/character art, a reversible dust jacket (bottom left) designed by Morgana 0 Anagrom, and a foil design (middle) on the cover.
Tarot Cards are inspired by House of Earth designed by Arz 28
Bookish Box Unboxing
Theme: Wicked Schemes
Top Left: Stalking Jack the Ripper Enamel Pin designed by Iron and Ink Designs that says “Some ghosts should remain good and buried.”
Top and Middle Right: BOTM inspired Tarot Cards designed by Mono Line Art
Bottom Left: Throne of Glass inspired Wood Wick Candle
Bottom Right: From Blood and Ash inspired Necklace
A Court of Thorns and Roses inspired Playing cards designed by Stars that Dream
BOMT: Kingdom of the Wicked by Kerri Maniscalco signed with foiling on the cover designed by Mono Line Art and art on the inside (same are the art on the author letter seen in the bottom left photo) designed by Stars that Dream
Bottom Right: Serpent and Dove inspired Scarf designed by Ann Guyen Art
Happy reading until next time,