Q: By “clean reads” do you mean no sex books? Asked by Emily R., February 2021
By clean reads we mean that if the novel were made into a movie it would
have a PG-13 or lighter rating. There might be some suggestive scenes but
overall, we strive to avoid anything too explicit, heavy, or dark.
I hope that answers your question but if not, please let me know. Thank you
Owner of My Bookie Box
I was lucky enough to be able to purchase a couple past boxes as well as a subscription. I just got my first box and it is wonderful. The book and swag from the author is lovely, the cookies were delicious, and the additional gifts were right up my alley. Customer service is prompt and top notch, as well. Can't wait to receive more of these boxes :-D
Bought some of these for gifts. They were a hit!
I'll I can say is wow! I have never seen a better book subscription service. My Bookie Box had wonderful cookies and so many extra fun goodies besides the amazing book! The book was clean and I even shared it with a friend after reading it! I loved being able to check out a new author as well! Shipping was fast and the cookies were so fresh upon arrival. This is a great subscription box for any age! You have to try this box out for yourself!
This box is soooo cute! I received my first one and WOW! The cookies were SOOO GOOD! I especially liked that they were in a box and sealed, super fresh. The book was a romance pick which normally isn’t my jam but I’m excited to give it a go! I also received shower steamers and a sticker, bookmark, and free E-book coupon. Would highly recommend!!!!
Our January box featured The Gods of Men by Barbara Kloss, a Temple of Sand bookmark, two QR codes for songs composed and performed by Kloss, earrings and hairpins from All Up in the Hair, a chocolate-chocolate-caramel cookie, and a chocolate chip cookie.
Our February Bookie Box featured the romance novel, A Half Made Whole by K. Leah, a Where the Heart Is sticker and bookmark, a free eBook copy of Where the Heart Is (a prequel novella in the Finding Home series) a chocolate chip cookie, a chocolate-chocolate-caramel cookie, and two diva mini bath bombs from Fizz Bizz.
Our March Bookie Box featured the magic realism novel, Hidden in the Trees by Lauren Fratto, a sticker designed by and a watercolor butterfly painted by Lauren Fratto, a semi-sweet chocolate chip cookie and a s'mores cookie baked and packaged by Local Cookie Co, and a mini notebook created by Stephanie Tara Stationary.
Our April Bookie Box included Becoming Human by Amy Michelle Carpenter, a bookmark and QR code for a short story written by Carpenter, an M&M cookie and a salted caramel cookie baked and packaged by Local Cookie Co, a Lippy Clip lip balm holder, and a sticker designed by Big Mood.
Our May featured The Moonlight School by Suzanne Woods Fisher, a tote bag, a pack of Get To The Point pencils from Kitty Meow Boutique, a ginger cookie, and a dark chocolate mango cookie baked and packaged by Ruby Snap.
Our June box featured The Very Real World of Emily Adams by Samantha Rose, a handmade plush and magnet by Samantha Rose, hair ties from Tiny Gift Society, a Be The Girl Who Decided To Go For It sticker by Savannah and James, and a lemon poppy seed and brown sugar cookie baked and packaged by Local Cookie Co.
Our July box featured Twisting Minds by Tessonja Odette, an art print, bookmark, and short story by Odette, a mini wallet from Tiny Gift Society, a Natural Born Thriller compact mirror from Trixie and Milo, a Kit-Kat cookie and key lime cookie baked and packaged by Local Cookie Co.
For our August box, subscribers can expect to see an indie-published, newly-released novel with more amazing swag, gifts, and as always, delicious cookies!