Bookbed turns 5!

We turn five today! In celebration, let’s walk down memory lane.

  • 2010 – Bookbed ‘launches’ on (now OXL).
  • 2011 – Bookbed moves to Facebook and Tumblr, gaining friends and starting collaborations.

  • 2013 – Bookbed ventures into more giveaways, promos and consignment.
  • 2014~present – Here we are!

Thank you to those who continue believing in what we do. To more years ahead! ☁

9 responses to “Bookbed turns 5!”

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