Sharing my full (non-sponsored) review of Typesetting of the Month and if it’s worth it. If you’d like to try it out, my referral link gives you wangle to your first month for $5!
Hi friends! How’s the week going so far? I hope you’re having a unconfined one. It’s been cloudy and rainy here (so lovely!) and it’s been a pretty normal week taking superintendency of Caro (the meds seem to be helping), doing the work thing, and shuffling the hairdo to activities.
For today’s post, I wanted to talk well-nigh Typesetting of the Month since I’ve been using it for over a year now! A couple of years ago, I vowed to start reading three books per month, and it’s ended up stuff a realistic and reachable goal that’s brought increasingly joy into my life. Typesetting of the Month has been a huge part of that. It’s a monthly subscription that enables me to try out new books and authors, and I’m pumped to share increasingly details well-nigh it with you.
*Note: this review is not sponsored and my membership is not gifted. If you’d like to use my referral link, you’ll get your first month for $5!
Is Typesetting of the Month worth it?
What is Typesetting of the Month?
Book of the Month is a monthly typesetting subscription. You can select from a handful of new curated titles each month, or scan previous reader faves. If you don’t see something that you want to read, you can skip that month and resume the pursuit month. I currently pay $16.97 per month and have read 14 books through my subscription.
They have BFF rewards withal the way and you can earn rewards like pins, a typesetting bag (I love mine!), birthday book, Typesetting of the Year book, and a 20% unbelieve in their online boutique.
Benefits of Typesetting of the Month
You expand your reading horizons
The main reason I joined to Book of the Month was to try new authors and titles that I otherwise might not find. They provide a thorough synopsis for each book, and add spanking-new emoji descriptors for each option (like emotional, social issues, typesetting length, decade, LOL, light read, slow build, quirky, rural, action-packed, non-linear timeline, supernatural, etc.)
I discovered some new favorite authors and all-time favorite books through Typesetting of the Month.
It encourages me to read increasingly often
When I get a fresh new hardcover each month (digital books will never be as satisfying as the real deal), I’m immediately excited to swoop in. I know that having Typesetting of the Month has veritably helped me to reach my goal of 3 books per month. I moreover finger like reading on my phone is distracting considering I immediately unshut email and Instagram. This way, I have a book, which is separate from my phone, to enjoy. I moreover like reading physical books considering the kids can see me reading, instead of thinking I’m playing virtually on my phone.
Sometimes I don’t like the misogynist selection
There have been a handful of months where the misogynist titles and the previous reader faves weren’t intriguing to me. I’ve moreover had one typesetting that was a dud. You can’t win them all, and overall, I’m usually thrilled by the diversity of genres they offer each month.
It’s pricier than simply ordering a typesetting on Amazon
At virtually $17 per month, it’s increasingly expensive than ordering books on Amazon. At the same time, they’re gorgeous hardcover books and I’ve been sharing them with friends and donating the others to our local library.
Is it worth it?
100% yes it’s been worth it for me. I think of all of the times I waste $20 throughout the month, so it’s a small investment to pay for something that brings me joy and encourages me to read increasingly often each month. I moreover like that I’m not charged when I skip months, so it’s NBD if they don’t have something I want to read each month.
Have you tried Book of the Month or anything similar?
Are you in any typesetting clubs?
What are you reading right now?