The Book(ish) Box – unboxing

Hey readers, this is my second unboxing today. I’ve been super excited all day waiting to open up this, well, bookish box! It’s been sat on my kitchen counter with my other box, waiting patiently, for me to dive right in. Every time I’ve walked past them the anticipation inside has grown and grown until it became unbearable…… but with my daily “things to do” taking up my time, like housework and feeding my kids…. haha needless to say, Stevie’s been busy!

So finally I was able to give into my all day craving and desires….. WHATS IN THE BOX!!


Some flippin amazing things, that’s what’s in the box!

  1. Compact Mirror – You go, Glen Coco
  2. Mean Girls Necklace – “That’s why her hair is so big, it’s full of secrets”
  3. Tumbler – On Wednesdays, we read YA…… so cool!
  4. Print – Sombras Blanca
  5. Borrowed by pad – This is perfect, Personally victimised by people that borrow books and don’t return them 🙂
  6. T-shirt – “The limit of books allowed in my T.B.R pile DOES NOT EXIST – hahahaha so true!
  7. YA book – Grit by Gillian French

WOW, right? some great stuff in this box, unfortunately, this is a one off buy as it’s based in the US so the shipping was a little pricey (understandably), but there was a lot of great things said about this box so I had to see for myself and I agree, it’s fab!


This is super awesome, I shall be using this for my yummy iced mochas I like to drink 😉 Not just on Wednesday though!

The Book:


Goodreads description:

Seventeen-year-old Darcy Prentiss has long held the title of “town slut.” She knows how to have a good time, sure, but she isn’t doing anything all the guys haven’t done. But when you’re a girl with a reputation, every little thing that happens seems to keep people whispering—especially when your ex-best friend goes missing.

But if anyone were to look closer at Darcy, they’d realise there’s a lot more going on beneath the surface. Staying out late, hooking up, and telling lies is what Darcy does to forget. Forget about the mysterious disappearance of her friend. Forget about the dark secret she and her cousin Nell share. Forget about that hazy Fourth of July night. So when someone in town anonymously nominates Darcy to be in the running for Bay Festival Princess—a cruel act only someone with a score to settle would make—all of the things that Darcy wants to keep hidden threaten to erupt in ways she wasn’t prepared to handle…and isn’t sure if she can.

Oh, I’m intrigued! Look out for the review on my blog, hopefully coming soon.

That’s enough excitement for one day, who am I kidding….I loved it!

Happy reading guys, Goodnight

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