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Free Trial: New Digital Subscription from Lit-Cube – eBook inBox

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Lit-Cube has launched a digital subscription box called eBook inBox!

The Subscription: eBook inBox

The Cost: $7.99/month

The Products: The eBook inBox works like a book subscription box, but with eBooks instead of paperbacks. Subscribers choose the genres they’re interested in, then receive eBooks matched to their preferences, so one subscriber may receive different eBooks than another subscriber with different reading preferences. ALL subscribers will receive a minimum of (3) eBooks each month, and you can earn rewards by reviewing the books you’ve received.

Free Trial: If you subscribe now, you will receive the January subscription FREE on January 31st, and will have 5 days to check out the trial before deciding to cancel or keep their subscription. (Paid subscription would begin on February 5th for the February 28th box.)

Here’s an example of what some subscribers received last month:

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What do you think of this box? Do you have any digital subscriptions?

 

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7 Comments

  1. I received 4 books. One had a corrupted file that would not open in any format. Contacted customer support on 1/31. Again on 2/3 and now again today. No response at all. The books that I received were all on the “light” side. Fluffy chick lit and YA. Those were two genres that I “tuned” to, but the quality of the writing was not great. I prefer books with more depth which can be accomplished by good writers even in those genres. This should be called “BeachRead inBox”. Overall, I’m not impressed. It gets one more month.

  2. I just tried this, but the site pretty much had you sign up, and then tune your inbox (submit your preferences). There is no FAQ or anything like that so you can get a feel for how it works, what devices you can download your books too etc. I am excited to receive my e-books and hope I get books l like that I don’t have already, but the site isn’t making me comfortable about its user-friendliness. I didn’t even see a contact us button.

  3. I think that the fun part of book subscription boxes is that they push you toward books that you may never otherwise come across. I often spend more than $8 on a single ebook. I’m excited to see what the free trial brings and it will be an easy decision to continue the subscription if it isn’t a complete miss.

  4. This sub is not for me. I can get all the ebooks I want from my public library for free. I can choose what I want to read. Amazon prime also offers free books each month.

    What the original lit cube had going for it was the bookish companion items.

  5. whoops do you have to have a kindle???

  6. What would you have entered to receive those particular books? They seem up my alley. I am intrigued.

  7. I like the idea of this subscription. However, I didn’t really like the actual books I received for December, so I am considering not becoming a subscriber. This seems to be more aimed at YA readers, or I somehow messed up with my preferences.

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