wrap up

July 2018 Wrap Up

Hello lovelies. How are you? Today’s blog post is all about the books that I read in July. Please leave me a comment down below on what you read in July. Have a great day. 


Kiss Quotient 

  • 5 stars 


If I Run 

  • 3 stars 


Between the Lines

  • 3 stars 


Sleeping Giants 

  • 4 stars 


Sky in the Deep 

  • 3 stars 


All We Ever wanted 

  • 4 stars 


Pretty Girls 

  • 3 stars 


Then She Was Gone 

  • 4 stars 


Everywhere Every Way 

  • 3 stars 


The Woman in the Window 

  • 3 stars 


Next Year in Havana 

  • 4 stars 


Any Time, Any Place 

  • 2 stars 


Waking Gods 

  • 5 stars 


The Last Mrs. Parrish 

  • 5 stars 

July 2018 Nerdy Post Unboxing

Hello lovelies! How are you? Today’s blog post is all about my July 2018 Nerdy Post unboxing. Please leave a comment down below letting me know what your favourite item was in this month’s box. Have a great day! 



 This month’s theme is “Childhood classics”. 


The first item in this month’s box is this awesome t-shirt. This was inspired by Hatchet by Gary Paulsen “First food. Then Thought. Then action” . I really like the colour of this shirt. 


Next is a mini print inspired by a Wrinkle in Time. The print says “we can’t take any credit for our tales. It’s how we use them that counts”. I love all of the stars on it. 



Another item is this two sided bookmark. On the first side it says “I’ve laid in a heap of books , and I’m going to improve my shining hours reading.” This quote is inspired by my favourite book of all time Little Women. The other side says “ Perhaps if people talked less, animals would tag more” and this quote is from Charlotte’s Web. 


This beautiful sticker is inspired by Peter Pan. The sticker says “ All of the world is faith, trust and pixie dust”. 


This colour in postcard is the next item. It is inspired by the cover of the Giving Tree. 


Next its a mini print with the quote “people say nothing is impossible, but I do nothing every day”. This quote is from Winnie the Pooh. 


Another mini print that is in this box is inspired by The Wizard of Oz. The quote says “ You have plenty of courage , I am sure. All you need is confidence in yourself. 



Then is a two sided fat bookmark. One side says “if I couldn’ sleep, I could read” which is from Ella Enchanted. The other side says “never did she find anything so difficult as to keep herself from losing her temper when she was suddenly disturbed while absorbed in a book. the temptation to be unreasonable and snappish is not easy to manage” and this quote is from A Little Princess. 


This lapel pin is inspired by A Little Prince. The quote says “One sees clearly only with the heart”. 


One of the last items is a patch that says “there is magic in everything” which is from the Secret Garden. 


The final item is a print from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. The quote says “please,oh please, we beg, we pray,  go throw your TV set away; and in its place you can install A lovely bookshelf on the wall. Then fill the shelves with lots of books, ignoring all the dirty looks”.

Next month’s theme is Shadowhunters. 


July 2018 OwlCrate Unboxing

Hello lovelies. How is your day going? Today’s blog post is all about my OwlCrate unboxing for July. Please leave me comment down below letting me know what your favourite item from this month’s box was. Hope you have a great day. 



This month’s theme is Strange and Unusual. 


This is the spoiler card for this month. I am in love with the illustration of the card. It is so creepy and I love the black and white aspect of the card. I am not going to show you the other side because it has spoilers on it. 


The first item in this box is a pennant flag. This item was designed by Risa Rodil and was inspired by Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children. I think tis is a really fun and creative item and I will absolutely be putting this up on my reading art wall. 


Another item that I see in this box is a Funko keychain of Eleven. I love keychains. I am so happy to have this to add to my collection. 


The next item in this box are mints from Boston American Corp. I think this packaging and product is so cute and well thought out. I love how its Ouija board inspired and that the mints are actually in the shape of a Ouija board piece. 


Push pins are the next item that we have in this box. This is another unique item that I find don’t come in a lot in bookish subscription boxes. I also love that they came in this vile and that there are multiple push pins. 


Next is this gorgeous wallet designed by Reverie and Ink. This wallet is inspired by the Raven Boys quartet. I love the colours and typography of the front of the wallet. I also love how sturdy it is and you can also make it into a wristlet. 


Then in this box is a gorgeous vinyl sticker created by TJ Lubraqno. This has the lovable Luna Lovegood on it. I love how fun and vibrant this is. 


The final item in this month’s box before the book is this art print designed by Aun-Juli Riddle. I feel like this art print is the definition of strange and unusual and I won’t have it another way. This art print is beautiful. I love the watercolour effect of it. 


This month’s book is MY Plain Jane by Brodi Ashton, Cynthia Hand and Jodi Meadows. This is a retelling of Jane Eyre with ghost hunting in it. This book is also signed by the three authors. Also comes with a letter from the authors and a fun craft of Mr. Rochester’s home. 


As always this box come with a newsletter with interviews with the authors and a shop that they worked with, as well as a sneak peak into next month’s box. 



August’s theme is Ruthless Royals and if you get the box next month you will be getting an item from Craftedvan