Lovingly Bookish October Box

Hi all! Today I’m here with a review for the Lovingly Bookish’s October subscription box.

Lovingly Bookish is a YA subscription box. Each month you received a beautiful hardcover book and 4 to 8 bookish items, along with a golden ticket. There is a Golden Ticket Giveaway for each subscription box which gives you a chance to win more bookish items. Lovingly Bookish themes each box depending on the book chosen. For October the theme was dark blue which represented superstition – a perfect theme for a Halloween box.

For those in Australia like me, one of the perks that made me chose this box over others is that shipping is included in the price. The box costs $45 USD each month.

For more information about Lovingly Bookish and what they do: http://lovinglybookish.blogspot.com.au/p/home.html

Now onto the review!


For October the box included:

  • 1 beautiful hardcover book – The House by Christina Lauren
  • 1 Halloween bookmark from HappyHelloCo
  • 1 Mini Funk Pop – Olaf
  • 1 Bird magnet from theangryrobot
  • 1 Book review notebook from YellowPaperHouse
  • 1 Bookish lip balm from FromthePage
  • 1 Bag of lollies
  • 1 Adorable mini tote bag


The Bookish Goodies BOOKISH THINGS

I really loved all the items in this box and I think they fitted with the Halloween theme perfectly. The review book was perfect as I had just decided to start up my book blog so it will defiantly get a lot of use. The magnet is adorable and reminds me very much of The Raven which in one of my favourite poems. And I love the little tote bag and the quote is perfect!

The lollies were a nice touch for Halloween – they do not appear in the photo as I ate them.

Not being a huge fan of Frozen, I did give my mini Pop to my sister who adores it. So this would be the item I was least happy about.

The item I was most excited about was the bookish lip balm. I love FromthePage’s Etsy store and want to buy just about everything they stock but had been putting if off due to the shipping costs. I’m so happy with the lip balm, it’s nice and moisturising also it’s inspired by Winterwell which I love – House Stark forever!



I hadn’t heard of this book and don’t know much about it apart form what the blurb says. But I am interest to read it.

The House is told from two perspectives, Gavin and Delilah, and is about this strange and spooky house. This sounds like the perfect read for a stormy day.




Overall I really loved this box and would defiantly subscribe to get another one. I highly recommend this subscription services, especially for those like me who live outside The States and can’t afford pricey shipping costs.


Let me know in the comments if you’ve read this book and what you thought or what subscription boxes you’ve subscribed to.

Until next time happy reading!



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