A Box of Stories

Did you know, in the UK 77 Million brand new books go to pulp each year? That means only 17% of books get a good budget for marketing. I didn’t know that until I decided to join “A Box of Stories”

What is A Box of Stories? It is a subscription service that helps stop books from going to pulp and allows authors to get their hard work read by avid readers like me, and maybe you too. Even though I read many many books each year, so far 36 read this year, I decided to go for a box every three months, so that’s 16 books a year which will be easy to get through along with all the others I read. You can link your GoodReads account to it so they can make sure that they never send you a book that you have read, which is a win in my eyes.

If this sounds like something you would be interested in, then feel free to join via my link here that will give you £4 off your first box, or copy the link below.

http://aboxofstories.refr.cc/eiainl

Until next time…

3 thoughts on “A Box of Stories

  1. Pretty cool! Unfortunately they don’t ship to the U.S. at this time, but I do like the idea behind it. Subscription boxes are a great way to discover new books you may not otherwise find at your local big box store or even some bookstores. And they’ve got boxes for just about every interest. Like classics? There’s a box for that. Like romance novels? There’s a box for that. Into young adult fantasy and horror novels? There’s a box for that, too.

    We actually do a subscription box at our house, but we get a monthly shipment of meat, not books. (Our box primarily has beef and pork, and the cuts change up a bit from month to month. Certainly makes for interesting meal planning!) There’s subscription boxes for literally *everything*.

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    1. I just emailed them about delivery to the USA and they said as soon as COVID restrictions have changed they will be shipping to your country and will let me know, so I will let you know too.

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