Its that time of the month… Fairy Loot Crate.
January Fairy Loot was, as you can see, Mystery and Mischief. I cant love this any more. Two of my favorite things. Other than Tea, crafting, books… Anyway. I thought what could be better about this box. Oh boy was I wrong. Ill start with the little things first.
The Alchemists of Loom Bookmark. Now I hadn’t heard of this book until my box came but reading the blurb, this is now definitely on my to read list. It has that kind of Steampunk feel to it that I love and I cant wait to sink my teeth in.
Now I’m sure everyone loves a Freebie. Its even better when that freebie is a Free Extended Preview of Jackaby by William Ritter. Also coming in the box is a Passenger notebook and an Alice In Wonderland Bookmark.
As well as a Night Circus Pillow Case. There was a gorgeous necklace from Oh Panda Eyes, You can find a link to their Blog in the tags and a link for their etsy at the bottom of here. Now the Necklace featured was made specifically for Fairy Loot.
I want to thank Fairy Loot and Funko for my lovely Hagrid Mystery Mini. who is now sitting on my bookself with my other Funkos. Also included was an exclusive Come Back Yesterday soy candle from Meraki Candles. It smells incredible. Again, link to them is at the bottom.
There was one thing that surprised me and that was the other book in the box. Daniel Smith’s, How To Think Like Sherlock. I love this. Only had a quick flick through right now but it shows you how to broaden and open your mind. How to take in more details. Another great find.
And finely the one you are waiting for!! The book of the month is….
I was going to purchase this on the 31st when it came out because its just what you want. It sounds fun and dark and thrilling. And the tag line is “Remember, It’s only a Game…” wow. Another added bonus is there’s apparently 4 different covers under the dust jacket. not that I need to collect them all…. Maybe. So with the book comes a map like the on inside, this just has a letter form Garber on the back. Also some exclusive art work as well as a bookmark. Finally an Autograph for the book.