If you’re like me, you love honing your writerly craft and reading for the sake of learning. Scribblers does this for me 100%. I want to point out that I’m not sponsored by Scribblers in any way. I just genuinely enjoy their boxes and hope that I can 1) show off the awesome swag I get and 2) help other writers discover the same thing I’ve found: a community and a sense of excitement over being a writer from their boxes.
Let’s dive in!
Wyrms, I got some really cool stuff in this one. The Chewie Fruities and the word count stickers were from past boxes and I snagged some extras because the candy was just delicious! I haven’t used the stickers yet, but I do wish there were more sheets than just one. I haven’t managed to try the tea yet because I don’t have a way to brew loose leaf tea, but chamomile is my favorite, so I promise to update when I make a cup. The little notepad is just the cutest, isn’t it?
I was super excited about the other three gifts that were included in the box. The bookmark and the pin were a perfect fit for the thriller book included, and the Write Around the House prompt map was a great take on being stuck inside. I’m excited to get it hung up by my desk.
And finally, we dig down deep until we find our book. This month, I received Little Creeping Things by Chelsea Ichaso and a writing passport on pacing. I was so intrigued by the premise of the book, that I finished it the morning after I opened my box and then immediately dove into the passport. This was such a great book to learn about pacing. You can check out my full review here!
My favorite thing about the Scribbler’s boxes is that the gifts allow me to display my love for writing while the reading materials help me hone my craft. Drop me a comment and tell me what you love about being a writer and how you express it!
Update to add: Hey BookWyrms, after I wrote this post, I signed on for Amazon’s affiliate program. If you use my link to order your own copy, you’ll be supporting my efforts to be a full time writer. Thanks, guys!