Ninja book box.

Subscription boxes are big these days aren’t they? I confess that I’m intrigued by the idea of regular parcels of goodness, but so far I haven’t subscribed to any.

That might change with the launch of the Ninja book box – see it on kickstarter here

Ninja Book Box is a new quarterly box shipping worldwide from the UK and featuring books published by independent publishers, and that’s what makes it really interesting to me. It’s easy enough to miss what small independent publishers are doing in the cut and thrust of big social media, so anything that shines a light sounds like a good plan. Ninja Book Box aim to introduce excellent books (both backlist and new releases) particularly those which their team & the publishers they work with feel haven’t received the recognition they deserve, and help you find favourites in genres you wouldn’t necessarily pick up for yourselves. Supporting primarily UK based small businesses, each box will contain a book (often signed by the author & with additional material) plus at least two gift items and lots of other fun extras and will take its theme from the book. The Ninja team want to support excellence and promote exploration and discovery in all aspects of the box. Subscribers will also gain access to lots of additional community perks. For more information sign up to the newsletter, or check out the website for details of how to get the first box!

To launch the idea there’s a great blog tour happening across a multitude of blogs, check out the details at the bottom of this post. But before you do that, take a look at the rafflecopter for an easy to enter competition, with your chance to win a box too.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Good luck, both to competition entrants, and the Ninja team 🙂


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  1. This is a great idea I love that the books are from independent publishers.

  2. Kim Styles says:

    subscription boxes are fun, however the random contents ones are only good if you are prepared to sometimes get something you may not need

  3. Margaret Clarkson says:

    Sounds like a lovely way to try new authors and genres.

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