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New Subscription Box From Book of the Month: Book of the Month YA Available Now + Coupon!

There’s a new subscription box from Book of the Month available now – Book of the Month YA!

Choose from the best new YA fantasies, adventures, romances, and coming-of-age stories. Keep your eye out for that bright blue box. Then, tag us in your ‘grams and show the world your books. Too many books too little time? Skip any month or roll your credits over, no problem.

Book of the Month YA is a monthly book subscription box. Every month, they reveal new-release hardcover books, and subscribers can pick which book they want, or skip any month. (You also can add up to two more books to your box for $9.99 each)

Use this link and coupon code SUMMERVACAY to sign up for Book of the Month YA and get your first book for $9.99!

FYI – If you are currently a Book of the Month subscriber, it looks like all of the YA picks are available as add-ons!

Here’s a look at the June books:

The Rest of the Story by Sarah Dessen

Emma Saylor doesn’t remember a lot about her mother, who died when she was ten. But she does remember the stories her mom told her about the big lake that went on forever, with cold, clear water and mossy trees at the edges.

Now it’s just Emma and her dad, and life is good, if a little predictable … until Emma is unexpectedly sent to spend the summer with her mother’s family—her grandmother and cousins she hasn’t seen since she was a little girl.

When Emma arrives at North Lake, she realizes there are actually two very different communities there. Her mother grew up in working class North Lake, while her dad spent summers in the wealthier Lake North resort. The more time Emma spends there, the more it starts to feel like she is divided into two people as well. To her father, she is Emma. But to her new family, she is Saylor, the name her mother always called her.

Then there’s Roo, the boy who was her very best friend when she was little. Roo holds the key to her family’s history, and slowly, he helps her put the pieces together about her past. It’s hard not to get caught up in the magic of North Lake—and Saylor finds herself falling under Roo’s spell as well.

For Saylor, it’s like a whole new world is opening up to her. But when it’s time to go back home, which side of her will win out?

Storm and Fury by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Eighteen-year-old Trinity Marrow may be going blind, but she can see and communicate with ghosts and spirits. Her unique gift is part of a secret so dangerous that she’s been in hiding for years in an isolated compound fiercely guarded by Wardens—gargoyle shape-shifters who protect humankind from demons. If the demons discover the truth about Trinity, they’ll devour her, flesh and bone, to enhance their own powers.

When Wardens from another clan arrive with disturbing reports that something out there is killing both demons and Wardens, Trinity’s safe world implodes. Not the least because one of the outsiders is the most annoying and fascinating person she’s ever met. Zayne has secrets of his own that will upend her world yet again—but working together becomes imperative once demons breach the compound and Trinity’s secret comes to light. To save her family and maybe the world, she’ll have to put her trust in Zayne. But all bets are off as a supernatural war is unleashed…

These Witches Don’t Burn by Isabel Sterling

Hannah’s a witch, but not the kind you’re thinking of. She’s the real deal, an Elemental with the power to control fire, earth, water, and air. But even though she lives in Salem, Massachusetts, her magic is a secret she has to keep to herself. If she’s ever caught using it in front of a Reg (read: non-witch), she could lose it. For good. So, Hannah spends most of her time avoiding her ex-girlfriend (and fellow Elemental Witch) Veronica, hanging out with her best friend, and working at the Fly by Night Cauldron selling candles and crystals to tourists, goths, and local Wiccans.

But dealing with her ex is the least of Hannah’s concerns when a terrifying blood ritual interrupts the end-of-school-year bonfire. Evidence of dark magic begins to appear all over Salem, and Hannah’s sure it’s the work of a deadly Blood Witch. The issue is, her coven is less than convinced, forcing Hannah to team up with the last person she wants to see: Veronica.

While the pair attempt to smoke out the Blood Witch at a house party, Hannah meets Morgan, a cute new ballerina in town. But trying to date amid a supernatural crisis is easier said than done, and Hannah will have to test the limits of her power if she’s going to save her coven and get the girl, especially when the attacks on Salem’s witches become deadlier by the day.

Patron Saints of Nothing by Randy Ribay

A powerful coming-of-age story about grief, guilt, and the risks a Filipino-American teenager takes to uncover the truth about his cousin’s murder.

Jay Reguero plans to spend the last semester of his senior year playing video games before heading to the University of Michigan in the fall. But when he discovers that his Filipino cousin Jun was murdered as part of President Duterte’s war on drugs, and no one in the family wants to talk about what happened, Jay travels to the Philippines to find out the real story.

Hoping to uncover more about Jun and the events that led to his death, Jay is forced to reckon with the many sides of his cousin before he can face the whole horrible truth—and the part he played in it.

This Time Will Be Different by Misa Sugiura

Katsuyamas never quit—but seventeen-year-old CJ doesn’t even know where to start. She’s never lived up to her mom’s type A ambition, and she’s perfectly happy just helping her aunt, Hannah, at their family’s flower shop.

She doesn’t buy into Hannah’s romantic ideas about flowers and their hidden meanings, but when it comes to arranging the perfect bouquet, CJ discovers a knack she never knew she had. A skill she might even be proud of.

Then her mom decides to sell the shop—to the family who swindled CJ’s grandparents when thousands of Japanese Americans were sent to internment camps during WWII. Soon a rift threatens to splinter CJ’s family, friends, and their entire Northern California community; and for the first time, CJ has found something she wants to fight for.

The Subscription Box: Book of the Month YA

The Cost: $14.99 a month

Coupon: Use coupon code SUMMERVACAY to sign up for Book of the Month YA and get your first book for $9.99!

The Product: Subscribers get to pick from a selection of hardcover books each month.

Ships to: US 

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Posted in Book of the Month YA News, Subscription Box News| Tags: book of the month ya | 7 comments

Comments (7)

  1. Jumped back in with both feet!! I like YA a lot and Owlcrate is on the chopping block for me so I am excited they did this.

  2. I’ve been doing this for two months now. I previously had a regular BOTM subscription, so at first it wouldnt let me sign up. But after contacting CS, they were able to totally delete my old account and open up a new account (with my same email address) for the YA subscription. So far, so good! I’ve realized that I just don’t seem to care for adult books and always gravitate towards YA novels, so this works for me! I’m really excited with it so far!

  3. I spoke with a BOM rep today about switching my Sub over to this… I was told they could but if I did that, I would only be able to select from the 5 YA books for my book selection & add ons…. I would completely lose access to any of the other book options in the library for options. I dont think that is fair so I’m staying with the current one for now even though, I typically gravitate towards YA books.

  4. My June box already shipped and they weren’t available for add ons in time. I put 2 books in my cart as add ons for July. I seem to be more interested in the YA selections than the regular ones 🙂

  5. They first started this back in Feb or March I think – I have already chosen a few as add ons for my regular box. I love that they are expanding bc I am a big YA reader. The choices have been really good so far too! I have absolutely loved the first few books I got from the YA choices.

    Right now though they are still in beta testing, not sure how long this lasts. I reached out to BOTM to see if I could just switch my sub credits over so my main pick could be YA and I could add on other BOTM if I wanted but you can not until it gets out of beta. At this time you can only just sign up for the YA version with a different email address.

    Fingers crossed beta testing is successful and this will be a new option!

    • Hey Regan, I finally checked my messages on Good Reads (I thought it was another ad for something on Good Reads) and read that you were informing me about this new subscription. My daughter and I immediately signed up with two individual accounts. We are so excited. Thanks so much. When we finish reading our books, feel free to pick one in gratitude for you giving me the heads up.

      • As always so generous of you Sheri! I am sure we will find some of these to swap! Happy Reading!

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