The Grand Plan: September and beyond…

Welcome to September lovely blog readers! That means it officially the first month of Book Box Club fun – wooohooo!

textgram_1472137418.pngThere are now just twelve days to go until our Enchanted Forest September boxes leave Book Box HQ and begin their journey to the homes of our founding members. Thanks to everyone who has signed up so far, your support means the world to us and we can’t wait to finally share our first box with you so very soon! If you’re yet to join, and you’d like to do so for September, we have a handful of boxes left. Head over to our website and subscribe soon to make sure that you don’t miss out. The final date for new September members is the 14th (but we can’t guarantee that we’ll still have boxes left then).

If you do miss out this month, fear not. We are putting together an absolutely INCREDIBLE box for October, seriously guys, I’m so excited about the book that we’ve picked, it is honestly one of the best books that I’ve read in ages and I just know that you’re all going to love it. Plus it’s jam-packed with all sorts of gritty issues that is sure to make our follow-up book group a really explosive hour of bookish chat!
For now, the book, the box and all of the goodies for October remain under wraps because, at Book Box Club, we like to announce our theme in a very dramatic fashion… So, prepare yourselves for our BOOK BOX CLUB OCTOBER THEME REVEAL FILM TRAILER, coming to your computer/tablet/phone screen very soon!

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A peak behind the scenes of our October Theme Reveal Trailer. Photograph by the very talented Tarik Ahmet  (www.tarikahmet.co.uk)

The October film was created in an East-London warehouse and is full of dramatic lighting, urban grit and high tension. If you want to see our film before it hits our social media and blog channels (i.e. here!) make sure you’re signed up to our newsletter and you’ll receive a special early-bird preview straight to your inbox on September 9th, two days before the main release date.

You’ll then be able to purchase the October box on our website from the 15th September. If you’re already signed up to our September box, your subscription will automatically renew, unless you’ve arranged otherwise.

We can’t wait to start chatting about Book Box Club book choices with you very soon! Which books are you most eagerly anticipating at the moment lovely blog readers? And what was the best thing that you read in August? Leave us a comment below and we’ll start September as we mean to go on -with tonnes of lovely bookish chat.

Happy weekends all!

Love,
Kate x

 

 

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5 thoughts on “The Grand Plan: September and beyond…

  1. Trailer for October looks exciting! I’m looking forward to the September box too 🙂
    I’ve just got my copy of Orphans of the Carnival by Carol Birch – not sure if it fits with the young adult theme but it looks really good and I’m looking forward to it! Have you heard of/read it yet? I’ve just finished Love in the Time of Cholera for another book club which was quite heavy but beautifully written, and of course The Cursed Child was awesome! Look forward to the next blog – they give me ideas of what to read next! x

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    1. Hi Karina, I’m so pleased that you’re excited about October, we are too. The book we’ve chosen is seriously so awesome. We can’t wait to chat about it with you. Amazing book choices there, what a variety, Carol Birch, Gabriel Garcia Marquez and J.K! I have read Orphans of the Carnival – I thought it was great actually, really haunting and vibrant at the same time. I wasn’t too sure what to make of the ending though, I couldn’t decide whether it has all panned out exactly as I’d expected or not… I’d love to chat about it with you when you’ve read it. So thrilled that you’re loving the blog too, lots more book reviews coming soon! – Kate xx

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      1. I know – I pretty much read anything that I like the sound of although Love in the Time of Cholera was for a book club so I wouldn’t have necessarily chosen that one. I’m glad I got to read it though 🙂 Orphans of the Carnival sounds even more interesting now – will bear what you’ve said about the end in mind and let you know my thoughts! xx

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