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There’s a Subscription for That: Writing a Novel

Erin Pullmann
ByErin PullmannNov 23, 2021 | 2 comments

There's a Subscription For That is a series spotlighting subscriptions the team at My Subscription Addiction finds interesting and is excited to share with readers. 

November is National Novel Writing Month, which means thousands of writers across the country are currently brainstorming, outlining, and stocking up on snacks to prepare for an intense month of writing. Trying to write 50,000 words of fiction in just 30 days can be a lonely, exhausting, and exhilarating pursuit. If you're going to make it to the finish line, you'll need lots of inspiration as well as support from a community who understand your passion for getting your story out into the world.

In past years, NaNoWriMo, as participants call it, was a great excuse to meet up with other writers in my city at coffee shops and parks to network, share writing tips and resources and encourage each other to just keep going. This community-building is a part of the writing process I'll be sad to miss out on this year with COVID-19 restrictions continuing to keep people at home. But it also means this was the perfect time to discover Scribbler, a monthly subscription box for novelists, created by novelists.

Scribbler is a monthly subscription services that combines a physical box of writing goodies with online writing support for $29.99 per month. Each box includes writing themed gifts such as writing tools, notebooks, snacks, and  stickers, teaching tools from bestselling authors and a new release novel. Your subscription will also get you access to live chats with literary agents and editors and an invitation to join the Scribbler online community where you'll connect with other novelists.

Writing a novel is a long process and it can be easy to lose motivation along the way. With Scribbler, you're connected to a community of like-minded writers who understand the struggle and the joy of writing. You'll also receive a monthly treat in the mail to keep you inspired to reach your literary dreams.

The Details

  • Scribbleris a monthly subscription box for novelists, created by novelists. 
  • Subscribers receive a physical box in the mail that includes writing-themed tools and gifts and access to an online community.
  • Scribbler costs $29.99 per month plus shipping ($8.99 in the U.S., $13.99 in Canada, $18.99 for other international destinations).
  • Orders must be placed by the 16th of the month to receive that month's box.

Would you sign up for a subscription? Check out our Scribbler details and reviews to learn more, and let us know what you think in the comments.

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Scribbler is the only box for writers on the market. It was created by Lindsay Cummings, #1 NY Times bestseller, and Victoria Scott, acclaimed author of nine novels. Each monthly box includes a writing theme, a new release book, a passport from the author teaching you writing techniques, curated wri... read more.
Erin Pullmann
Erin Pullmann
When Erin finds a new box she loves, she wants the world to share her joy, especially if it includes something sparkly. Her non-subscription addictions include knitting, reading, baking, running and dancing with her husband and daughter.

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Timely reminder that I need to start planning what to write next month! Love the idea for this box – thanks for mentioning it!

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Erin Pullmann

Good luck with your novel!

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