Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly book meme created by The Broke and The Bookish. This week’s topic is a Fandom Freebie, so I chose to do the top ten fandoms I’m in. There are many more, but here are my top ten fandoms in no particular order.
This month’s unboxing is from one of the most popular book subscription boxes ever, they are practically infamous among the online book community. This month I’ll be posting a review on Owlcrate’s December Epic box, which I know is late since it’s already January, however, I didn’t receive my box until the new year.
Owlcrate is an American based subscription box company. They are a monthly subscription service that delivers newly released Young Adult novels and a variety of bookish treats.
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” Underneath this veneer of slightly crazy and socially inept I’m a complete disaster.”
This was my first ever Rainbow Rowell novel, I walked past it in the shops and instantly knew that I had to read it. I was hooked by the title alone.
Now I know this book isn’t going to be everybody’s cup of tea. But for those who are a part of any fandom on the internet, will undoubtedly be able to connect to some part of this book.
This book tells the coming-of-age story of twins Cath and Wren who are heading to college, and whilst Wren wants to go out partying and living the “college life”. Cath wants things to stay the same and is perfectly content writing Simon Snow fan fiction in the confines of her dorm room.