Fully Booked's Subscription Service Will Curate A Newly-Released Book For You Every Month

For P799 per month, the homegrown bookstore will curate a freshly-dropped title and have it delivered to your home.
by Mylene Mendoza   |  Jan 5, 2020
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Looking for a new hobby this year? Why not make it your New Year's goal to challenge yourself and finish one new book per month? Fully Booked just launched a new subscription service every bookworm would be excited to try: For P799 per month, the homegrown bookstore will curate a freshly-dropped title and have it delivered to your home. The package would also contain additional reading materials like discussion guides, author Q&As, or short reviews by Fully Booked.

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You may choose between three genres: Children’s Intermediate, Fiction (including contemporary, literary, historical, thrillers, science fiction, or fantasy), and Non-Fiction (including current affairs, personal development, essays, or memoirs). You can only stick to one genre per subscription, but you have the option to get a quarterly subscription or a bi-annual one. If you want to try a different genre, you can always re-apply for a new subscription once your current one ends. You won't know which book you'll get until it arrives at your doorstep, which honestly adds to the excitement of it!

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Sounds fun, right? If you're interested, read more about the subscription service here!

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