A couple of years back, Book Subscription Boxes were something that was available only in the international market. Bibliophiles in India had to pay such horrendous sum of money to buy these. And with a shipping charge that was almost as double as the price of the Book Box itself, Book Subscription Boxes were an unattainable luxury to the millions of book lovers in India.

But today, thanx to several start-ups that sell Book Boxes in India, Book Subscription boxes are no longer something that only foreigners indulge in. In fact, the number of options for Indian bibliophiles is on the rise, and the problem now is not the lack, but the abundance of book subscription boxes that have nothing unique about them-add a new release by a foreign author, throw in some book merchandise and voila! you got a book box! That’s where Kaffeinated Konversations Book Box comes into the picture.

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The brain child of Kavita Singh JhalaKaffeinated Konversations is a venture aimed to bring readers, writers, bloggers, and artists together under one platform. Their Book Boxes were curated with the same idea in focus. The uniqueness of their Book Box lies in the fact that they promote books of highly talented Indian authors and make use of book merchandise from Indian start-ups. With a partnership with start-ups and publishers like Half Baked Beans, PulpypapayaSpeaking Tiger BooksReadomaniaChai Kaapi, and much more, these boxes priced at 1200 INR are the perfect choice for bibliophiles in India.

Here’s a look at what their February box themed Library Lover’s Month contained:

  • Books (Gradients by Swatii Chandak and Scarlet Nights by Mayur Patel), bookmarks, etc. from Half Baked Beans

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  • A very delicious dark chocolate from Jus’Trufs
  • Bookmarks and note cards from Just Story Teller and The Paper Charm Shop
  • A beautiful handmade fridge magnet from Pulpypapaya

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  • Bookmarks and postcards from Kaffeinated Konversations that blends right in with the theme of the month

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    Their March box themed “Women and Writing” has been curated with the celebration of womanhood in mind. With three books, bookmarks, notebook chocolates, a dreamcatcher and other goodies, this is one book box you would not want to give a miss. Inbox KKBookBox to get your March box before they close their orders on the 20th of March.

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