Review: The Bookworm Box


 Rating: 5 Bookworms

This month I was fortunate enough to be gifted the April Bookworm Box for review and I received it about a week ago! I’ve unfortunately have had a lot going on in my life so I’m just now getting around to reviewing it. The Bookworm Box is a monthly subscription service. So what that means is that every month a beautiful purple box will appear in your mailbox/front door full of bookish goodness.

Let’s start with what this box included:

  1. Honesty by Seth King (signed)
  2. Midnight Lily by Mia Sheridan (signed)
  3. A Bookworm Box pen
  4. A Bookworm Box sticker
  5. A Bookworm Box sticker
  6. and a couple of promotional bookmarks
*coffe not included

Okay, first off that’s a ton of stuff. It came with two books. TWO. Most monthly subscription services only come with one and they’re usually not signed. The Bookworm Box swag that comes with it is freaking adorable and I’m already regularly using the pen and car charger. And can you ever have no many bookmarks? No. The answer is most definitely no.


What’s super impressive about The Bookworm Box is that all proceeds after overhead costs go to charity! I know, crazy right! The proceeds of the April box went to:

  • No Place For Hate
  • Margie Long scholarship fund
  • Team in Training Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
  • The Family Service Bureau of Newark
  • Jackie Boyd Soul Brothers Foundation
  • Buddy Bench
  • The Turban Project for Cancer Patients
  • Tulsa Youth Rowing Association
  • The Auto-Inflammatory Alliance
  • The Gina McReynolds Foundation
  • Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep

How awesome is that?! ELEVEN charities! Even without the signed books and swag I would want to sign up for this. It’s literally the perfect way to get cool stuff and give back. Oh, and did I forget to mention that The Bookworm Box was created by the Colleen Hoover? Oh, well it’s true! Which makes this box that much cooler.

I have subscribed to many bookish monthly subscription services in the past and this is by farrrrr the best one. It’s totally worth the money ($39.99 + $10 domestic shipping) and I highly recommend this to anyone looking for a nice bookish surprise every month.

p.s. The Bookworm Box has a brick and mortar location in Sulphur Springs, TX. Thinking of making a trip to Texas just to visit!

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