OwlCrate + Uppercase Book Boxes

My OwlCrate and Uppercase subscription boxes for February have arrived! I am really happy with the boxes this month…so many pretties!

For those of you unfamiliar with OwlCrate, it is a monthly YA subscription box that features a newly released book as well as 3-4 bookish items that are set around a theme. The theme for February was “Sci-Fi Love”. This is what the box contained:

  • A Lunar Chronicles tote bag featuring the names of popular couples from the series.
  • A wooden TARDIS brooch made by Vector Engraving.
  • A paperback version of H.G. Wells’ 1895 novel The Time Machine by Rock Paper Books.
  • A hardcover copy of The Love That Split the World by Emily Henry which was also accompanied by a signed bookplate and letter from the author.

I was doubly surprised by receiving two books this month! I have never read The Time Machine and The Love That Split the World sounds really interesting. The cover is also gorgeous!


Uppercase is also a young adult book-of-the-month subscription box. You receive a recently published YA novel and some additional book-related items. This month the box (or cloth bag) contained:

  • An exclusive Anne of Green Gables infinity scarf.
  • A signed hardcover copy of Starflight by Melissa Landers.
  • A Starflight bookmark, quote poster and nail wraps.

Last month Truthwitch and now Starflight?! I nearly squealed with joy!! I have had my eye on this book for a while now and the reviews have been really positive. I’m not sure what I’ll do with the nail wraps, but the Anne of Green Gables scarf is so light and soft…I can’t wait to wear it!


6 thoughts on “OwlCrate + Uppercase Book Boxes

  1. What is a bookplate? I adore that scarf! There are so many books I wouldn’t mind turning into a scarf like that. The nail wraps are awesome too – although I’m inept at anything beauty related xD. You should post a picture if you use them!

    I feel like I’ve seen The Love That Split the World a lot lately. Hope you enjoy it 🙂

    Actually… hope all of these books treat you well 🙂


  2. The OwlCrate Box looked awesome this month! One of these days I’m gonna have to try it out. Though I just subscribed to a new box that only does sci-fi and fantasy YA. We’ll see.

    I reaaaally want to read The Love That Split the World. It sounds good!


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