Jane Ridgewood

Another Tea Addicted Writer On The Loose!

I’m not really sure what happened on the My Thrill Club end, but I received an e-mail with a tracking number on the 4th of this month and didn’t receive my box until the 16th! For days my tracking info said a label was created and that was it. This is really unusual compared to what I’m used to with them, but there are many factors that could honestly be part of why this took longer than usual. Factors we don’t really need to get into as the excitement was not lost when I finally got my October box. Fun part, is that I also got the e-mail for the eBook codes on the same day, so if you want to know what 5 reads I ended up with then keep on reading for this unboxing!

First this is first as always, we have the box!

Opening the box, I discover again there is no indication to who boxed it for me. I thought this was going to be a thing they did with every box, but I believe I’m at least two in a row now without knowing who to thank. Maybe it’s weird; I just thought it was fun knowing who packed my box.

Best part of an unboxing is the reveal of what you get! This month I received The Curse of Jacob Tracy by Holly Messinger and The Dead Lands by Benjamin Percy. Now I am signed up for Horror genre only and while both of these sound like they’ll be really good – I’m not sure how much of a horror-esque read these will be. Time will tell though when I get the chance to crack them open and have a read.

Now onto the eBooks! So in the monthly e-mail members do receive all three genre codes and being that I do love reading beyond Horror, I admittedly snag them all. The eBooks I received are The King In Yellow by Robert W. Chambers, Tuesday Falling by S. Williams, and Ghost Ship by James Rollins.

Have you read any of these books? If so, what did you think? Would you like to see a review on any one of them? Let me know in the comments below!

Also if you would like to check out this book subscription service for yourself, then head on over to MyThrillClub.com! They focus on the mystery, horror, and thriller genres!

XOXO, Jane

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