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Moth Box Unboxing!


After missing out on the November and January Moth Box because they sold out super quickly I could finally buy the March box on time and it arrived today! In case you don't know what Moth Box is it is a book box created by Mercedes at MercysBookishMusings where you get two lesser known novels from independent publishers. I've been following Mercedes' channel for almost two years now and I always love her book recommendations so I'm really looking forward to read the two titles in the March box. Both books come beautifully wrapped - the purple wrapping is a plus really because it's one of my favourite colours - and alongside them you get two bookmarks with a quote from each book.


I know for sure this won't be my last box and I'm really excited about reading both titles, which I haven't heard of before. And this is the great thing about this box. You get books not a lot of people know about but that might just be truly hidden gems. I shall see. If you're interested I highly recommend following Moth Box on Twitter to know when the next box will be available. Also, they're launching a new box featuring short story collections if you enjoy those.


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