BLOGMAS | UNBOXING: Pagehabit November Box


What is Blogmas? Blogmas or Vlogmas is when bloggers / vloggers upload a post or video everyday counting down to Christmas. I’m participating in Blogmas this year. However, instead of posting everyday until Christmas I will be posting for 12 days which will be spread out in 24 days counting up to Christmas. 


Today we’re going to take a break from all these festive holiday posts to bring you my PageHabit November Box Unboxing.

What is PageHabit? PageHabit is a book subscription box which offers two plans:

  • Monthly – where one annotated book is delivered to you every month including a bookmark and other booking goods. You can choose from different genres such as Literary Fiction, Mystery, Fantasy, Young Adult Fiction, Romance, Horror, Historical Fiction and Science Fiction.
  • Quarterly – where one annotated book is delivered to you every quarter with a whole lot of other curated goods. The genres you can choose from for this box are Literary Fiction, Young Adult and Cookbook.

Also, with each subscription and post / share / unboxing photos over social media tagged with #mypagehabit, PageHabit makes a donation to the current month’s chosen organization to help get books across the globe. You can learn more about it here.


My box came in a few days ago, and boy was I a bit frustrated. It took forever to get here. The DHL tracking doesn’t help either because it wasn’t being updated in real-time so I was not sure at all when I’m getting my package. I’m glad it finally did.


My box this month pretty much have almost the same contents as my previous box minus the extra book.

Left to right: A bookmark with a quote from Diane Duane; another bookmark which also works as a magnifier; a lightbox keychain (letters sticker included); and a tote.

Here are this month’s books / reading materials:

This month’s short story in partnership with Great Jones Street is The Truth About Owls by Amal El-Mohtar which is about a girl who has a fascination with owls.
This month’s book pick is Haven by Mary Lindsey. The two-paragraph blurb in the dust jacket seem intriguing. I haven’t even read last month’s book pick yet, LOL.

I don’t know if I will continue to subscribe to PageHabit after  two boxes. I have time to think about it, so I will let you know what I have decided.

Have you tried book subscription as well? What do you think about them? And more importantly, what do you think about their curated book / books per month? 🙂

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