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Book Crate Unboxing – Cozy Reader Club (January 2017)

Best. Book crate. I’ve ever. Received.

Every month Cozy Reader Club surprises me by being impossibly greater than the month before. But, I’m almost positive, they will never curate a crate more perfect for me than this one. (Jinx)

We got:

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  • Coconut and Lemongrass Bath Salts
  • Ollie + Max Sweet Orange Ginger Soap

I was in serious need of new soap, and it’s just one of those items for me that I refuse to leave my house for. You know what I’m talking about? Like lightbulbs. You only get them once you’re already out shopping for something else.

So this soap was just, at the very least, extremely convenient, as well as smelling out of this world good.

  • Soap Cozy

I HAVE WANTED ONE OF THESE FOREVER BECAUSE ONCE YOUR SOAP RUNS OUT, YOU CAN USE THE COZY FOR A RINSE!!!!

  • Chocolate Pistachio Biscotti

Ate ’em. They were okay. They did keep me from starving while I was in Phoenix over the weekend. Apparently I don’t know how to feed myself when I go on vacation alone.

  • Kickapoo Driftless Morning Coffee

Yes to that name. My  mom was very excited about this item because I am not a coffee drinker.

  • Citrus Candle (Pictured below)

Smells amazing, obviously.

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I wanted this book so badly, but just hadn’t gotten around to buying it yet. So, thank you Cozy Reader Club, for fricken reading the shit out of my mind this month.

Reviews say this book is for fans of Gone Girl… who isn’t a fan of Gone Girl?

Description:

High school senior Hattie Hoffman has spent her whole life playing many parts: the good student, the good daughter, the good citizen. When she’s found brutally stabbed to death on the opening night of her high school play, the tragedy rips through the fabric of her small town community. Local sheriff Del Goodman, a family friend of the Hoffmans, vows to find her killer, but trying to solve her murder yields more questions than answers. It seems that Hattie’s acting talents ran far beyond the stage. Told from three points of view—Del, Hattie, and the new English teacher whose marriage is crumbling—Everything You Want Me to Be weaves the story of Hattie’s last school year and the events that drew her ever closer to her death.

 

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