Monday, November 15, 2010
I know you have all seen those older movies where when someone is looking for something of great importance or value they go directly to the home library and go through the books looking for the hollow one that contains all the goodies, well I have a product to share with yall today that is just that a perfect place to hide all your favorite, voluble and important treasures….I’m talking about SecretStorageBooks.com and they have a huge selection of secret storage books to choose from!
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I was sent a Secret Storage book to review an it arrived very fast from the company and it’s so perfect to add to my book case to keep my spare keys to my parents and grandparents house, our safe deposit box key and other super important things that I can have in plain sight but yet hidden! The storage book I was sent was Sing To Me of Dreams by Kathryn Lynn Davis and this book is very pretty to look at with the slip cover and blends in nicely with the rest of my books without the colorful slipcover!
One of the things I love most about my Secret Storage Book is that is made from the complete recycled book and it has it’s first 22 pages free so when opened from the front cover it still looks like an ordinary book, how cool is that? I’m also loving that it is big enough to keep some of our most important things in without it bulging or looking out of place. I feel that this book is very high quality and even with my 2 ½ year old playing with it, it has held up amazingly well and I have a feeling that it will be of great use for many years to come!
Right now I have it displayed on my side table with one of my bookmarks in it and I think it adds a very nice touch to our décor as well as currently holds our spare change and dollars here and there! I don’t know how many times since receiving this book that my guest and family members have asked if it was a good book and was very surprised to see that it wasn’t really a book at all anymore, that it was something much more special! I have had a couple of my friends and my sister comment that they would love to have one of these Secret Storage Books of their own, my sister is in collage and shares a dorm with one of her high school friends said she would like to have one to keep some of her more private possessions in like family photos and letters she receives from home, so I know of at least one thing to include in her Christmas gift basket this year :0)
I love my Secret Storage Book not only is it a safe place to put some of your private belongings but it also makes a beautiful piece of daily décor, I think they would be perfect to hold candies, photos, spare change and even jewelry pieces! If you want to give someone on your holiday list this year a unique gift that can be used year around be sure to check into Secret Storage Books they have hundreds of titles to choose from!
To purchase a Secret Storage Book for yourself visit their website!
SecretStorageBooks.com has offered one of my lucky readers a Secret Storage Book of their very own (up to $35.00)!
Mandatory Entry: Visit SecretStorageBooks.com and tell me your favorite book title thy offer! Please remember to leave your e-mail address if it’s not visible in your profile.
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Giveaway ends Nov 28, 2010 @ midnight CST. Winner will be chosen at random, using random.org and contacted by e-mail and has 48 hrs to respond before a new winner is chosen.
This review is based strictly my opinion. Others may have a different opinion with the product listed above. I did receive the Secret Storage Book mentioned above complementary for this review. No monetary compensation was received.
Posted by Stephanie Grant at 12:27 PM