At Bookabuy we specialise in personalised book subscription gifts.
Getting started with Bookabuy is easy - pick a book category, select your subscription term and give us some information about the reader.
We’ll then deliver a new, hand-picked book once a month to yourself or your loved one. Each book is tailored to the gift recipient's interests, beautifully gift-wrapped, and accompanied by a personalised message.
Our book subscription packages make the perfect gift for any book worm - young or old!
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We love to read. And we love to imagine.
We especially love imagining what each one of our wonderful readers are like in real life! We get many amazing orders, and each one is filled with incredible detail about who you are and what you’re like.
So, we teamed up with an illustrator and brought to life one of our customers - Kimberly W from Victoria. Based on the information she gave us in her order, we put together our interpretation of what she might be like in real life!
“I'm a secondary maths teacher at a specialist science school, so I love to learn about different things. I'm on maternity leave at the moment and love playing with my 3 month old son. I also sew a bit (mainly presents for babies at the moment) and I love to read but get overwhelmed trying to find new books.”
We're proud to announce a partnership with Books in Homes Australia!
$1 from each Bookabuy subscription sold will be donated to this wonderful organisation. Books in Homes Australia’s vision is to create an Australia where every child and family has access to books of choice at home.
You can read more and donate at:http://www.booksinhomesaustralia.com.au/bookabuy
What a year for literature! 2015 saw so many amazing new releases, so it was a real struggle to pinpoint our top 10 for the year. We’d love to hear what you think of our list!
- Best Fiction: Inside the O'Briens by Lisa Genova
- Best Fantasy: Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances by Neil Gaiman
- Best Science Fiction: Aurora by Kim Stanley Robinson
- Best Chick Lit: Confess by Colleen Hoover
- Best Horror: Bird Box by Josh Malerman
- Best Non Fiction: Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates
- Best Autobiography: A Work in Progress by Connor Franta
- Best Crime: Memory Man by David Baldacci
- Best Historical Fiction: The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah
- Best Young Adult: Mosquitoland by David Arnold