This months Book Box Club theme is Stargazers and this box was full of starry goodness.
To the Stars who listen Pouch by Catarina Book Designs
This pouch has the beautiful A Court of Mist and fury quote that I love. This pouch is a great size for make, stationary or what I am using it for medication.
Professor Trelawney Magnetic Bookmark by Magic Bookmarks.
I love these bookmarks, as I am always panicking that my bookmark is going to fall out of my book and I am going to lose my place. I love the design of Professor Trelawney, she so colourful, I am happy for to look over me as I read
Shakespeare Mirror by Book Box Club
This mirror designed by Book Box club has a cute design with a great Shakespeare. The Mirror is the perfect size to carry around it my bag.
Felis Constellation Pin by Tumble and Rose
This is a cute little pin by Tumble and Rose let you carry the stars with you where ever you go.
Here is some information for Wikipedia bout the Felis constellation:
Felis (Latin for cat) was a constellation created by French astronomer Jérôme Lalande in 1799. He chose the name partly because, as a cat lover, he felt sorry that there was not yet a cat among the constellations (although there are two lions and a lynx). It was between the constellations of Antlia and Hydra.
This constellation was first depicted in the Uranographia sive Astrorum Description (1801) of Johann Elert Bode. It is now obsolete.
Constellation Socks by Joe Cool
I love sock, especially when they are not boring, and these are not boring. I like the fact I get away with wearing them for work.
The Queens of Innis Lear by Tessa Gratton
A KINGDOM AT RISK, A CROWN DIVIDED, A FAMILY DRENCHED IN BLOOD
Tessa Gratton’s debut epic adult fantasy, The Queens of Innis Lear, brings to life a world that hums with ancient magic, and characters as ruthless as the tides.
The erratic decisions of a prophecy-obsessed king have drained Innis Lear of its wild magic, leaving behind a trail of barren crops and despondent subjects. Enemy nations circle the once-bountiful isle, sensing its growing vulnerability, hungry to control the ideal port for all trade routes.
The king’s three daughters – battle-hungry Gaela, master manipulator Reagan, and restrained, starblessed Elia – know the realm’s only chance of resurrection is to crown a new sovereign, proving a strong hand can resurrect magic and defend itself. But their father will not choose an heir until the longest night of the year, when prophecies align and a poison ritual can be enacted.
Refusing to leave their future in the hands of blind faith, the daughters of Innis Lear prepare for war – but regardless of who wins the crown, the shores of Innis will weep the blood of a house divided.
Blurb from Goodreads.
I was lucky enough to get a advance digital copy of the book and you can find my review HERE.
Next month theme is Bad Girls.
Thanks for reading.