World Book Day At Books2Door

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With World Book Day coming up in a couple of days time, it only seems right that I am back working with Books2Door again this week, we’ve got to chat about books!

In addition to their usual offers this week, Books2Door are offering FREE DELIVERY on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd March to celebrate World Book Day and it also happens to be Books2Door’s 19th birthday so it’s a double celebration.

I think that chatting about books is one of my favourite things to do. Well, chatting about them, choosing them, buying them, reading them, gazing at them, sniffing them, you know, all things books.

And I am more than happy to point you in the direction of Books2Door this World Book Day to treat yourselves as I know how good their service is and the value for money that they offer.

World Book Day is a great time for us all to celebrate books and reading and it’s surely an excuse to buy books and read for hours on end?

We’ll be topping up our bookshelves, especially my daughter as she’s been telling me for the past week that she has nothing to read.

I’m not sure how true that is, there are a lot of books in her room and she’s been borrowing from the library lately, but she knows that I am always going to supply her with books to read when she asks.

I like to get her boxsets and collections where possible as she does fly through books very quickly so these keep her busy for a little longer. 

Books2Door always have a huge range of book collections on offer, for any age, and their YA range is very strong so there’s been plenty to choose from. 

This time, she’s gone for Jenny Han’s Burn for Burn trilogy as she’s read several books of hers before and really enjoyed them.

She’s then decided to try Maggie Stiefvater’s Wolves of Mercy Falls series and Scott Westerfeld’s Uglies quartet. Both of these authors are new to her, so she’s looking forward to trying them. 

Of course, I couldn’t resist grabbing a set of books too, so I’ve got myself Nora Roberts’ The Gallaghers of Ardmore trilogy. I have read quite a few Nora Roberts’ trilogies and I always get completely lost in them, they are great escapist reads. 

You can shop through their website or you can get the Books2Door app which has an exclusive 10% off discount code for customers who shop that way.

As I’ve mentioned before, Books2Door have also launched a delivery service which is well worth a look if you’re like us and are often buying books. 

They offer a PLUS+ delivery service, with both Silver and Gold membership options.

You can pay an annual fee for all of your delivery costs, you just need to add your chosen membership to your cart when buying books to get going with this. Choose from:

PLUS+ SILVER = Pay a £6.95 one-off fee and get all orders delivered for the next 12 months (standard shipping, 3-5 working days)

PLUS+ GOLD = Pay a £9.95 one-off fee and get all orders delivered for the next 12 months (express shipping, 1-2 working days)

Ooh, and don’t miss the book points scheme when you shop too.

World Book Day. A wonderful excuse to get more books. 

I am also thinking that this post can be a PSA and serve as a handy reminder to those of you with primary school children – yes, it is World Book Day on Thursday, the kids might need a costume! My son does and he’s been making noises about Edward Cullen, so I’ll be off working out how to make his skin shimmer in the sunlight, how hard can that be?

Are you off to choose a few new books for yourself and your family now? Do let me know what you go for.

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