Book Box Guesses: March 2021

It’s no secret that I’m a book box lover. Part of the fun is trying to guess the upcoming month’s books (even if I don’t subscribe). Here’s a round up of what I think will be in the upcoming month’s boxes. I’ll update this post as new themes are revealed. These posts are typically scheduled around the 15th of each month.

If you’d like to play along, drop your guesses in the comments and I’ll add them to the post! If you think I’m wrong, please leave a comment as to which book is a better fit.

Let me know if I’m missing a box you think should be added to the list.

If you work for one of the boxes below and would like to offer a discount code to my readers or a referral link, email me and I’d be happy to add it to the post. I’m open to discussing other types of partnerships as well.

I STRONGLY urge you to research a box before buying or subscribing. There’s been some shady behavior and you don’t want to get caught up in it.

Looking for more book boxes? Check out my ever growing Directory of Book Boxes.

Book Box guesses

Beacon Book Box: Sing Me Forgotten

The Bookish Box: Pride & Premeditation

Fae Crate: Of Wicked Blood

Fairyloot: The Bright and the Pale

Fox & Wit: Sing Me Forgotten

Illumicrate: The Unbroken

The Librarian Box: Odin’s Child

Litjoy Crate: Next YA box in May

Owlcrate: Sweet & Bitter Magic

Rainbow Crate: Sweet & Bitter Magic

Spearcraft Book Box: The Bright and the Pale

Unplugged Book Box YA: If I Tell You The Truth

Need help figuring out which book might be featured in a box? Comment below with the box and link to the hints and I’ll see what I can figure out.

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13 thoughts on “Book Box Guesses: March 2021

  1. Lots of great guesses for these upcoming boxes, I can see where a lot of those book suggestions make perfect sense! I’ve never bought my own book book box before, but I’m probably most interested in the Illumicrate one, though I think that’s one of the more pricey ones! Great post!

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