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A literary infinity scarf that’ll be the talk of your next book club meeting — or just jazz up your everyday look while running errands. It’s made of super-soft voile for extra coziness, and has all of the classics, like Pride and Prejudice, Anna Karenina, and Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
Or a quirky bookshelf dress that’ll have people asking if you work in a library. This navy A-line will look adorable either dressed up with heels and a fancy clutch, or with a pair of flats and a cardigan. And did I mention that it has POCKETS?!
A pair of reading socks that’ll keep your feet warm as you cuddle up with Harry Potter for the billionth time. These cute tigers will make you want to stay in bed and read just one (OK, maybe two or three) more chapters.
A bookmark that serves up one of Shakespeare’s sickest burns. This hand-stamped metal piece has a cute black tassel that’ll mark your page. It would be the perfect gift for that one friend who can recite King Richard III like it’s no big deal.
A robe made of French terry if you’re looking to get your snuggle on. It has a belt to keep you bundled up, and it has pockets for your tissues if you’re reading the latest tearjerker from John Green.
And a cozy throw with funky tassels that’ll make you want to binge-read the collective works of Jane Austen (yes, even Lady Susan). If you’re not feeling warm and fuzzy, what’s the point of reading?!
A Great Gatsby tee that you’ll look just dapper in, old sport. Fix yourself a Gin Rickey and watch out for those green lights.
A reading rest that’ll hold your tablet or hardcover in place. It has three adjustable angles to ease the strain on your neck and folds flat for storage. You can use it in bed with your favourite hardcovers, or for holding up a cookbook while you’re in the kitchen.
Or an adjustable book holder if you want something a little more minimalist, or just more portable. This handy little tool allows you to read tiny paperbacks, or bigger textbooks with your hands free. It folds down easily to fit in a purse or pocket, so it’s perfect for your on-the-go reading needs.
A book light that’ll that’ll let you keep up with the latest page-turner wherever you are, no matter how crappy the lighting is. This little light clips onto paperbacks and hardcovers, and it has a flexible arm, so you can shine it directly onto your page.
A comfy pillow that’ll let everyone who comes into your house know you’re a Mr. Darcy/Lizzy Bennet ‘shipper. This piece works both as a functional pillow and as a fun statement item that’ll have all your guests asking where you got it from.
Or some pretty pastel pillows that you’ll want to dive onto with the latest murder mystery. I actually really like sitting on the floor to read, and these would be perfect as floor pillows.
A pair of Beats noise-cancelling headphones for when the world will just not be quiet and let you enjoy your novel. This over-ear set is wireless, and totally blocks all that unwanted external noise.
Or in-ear noise-cancelling headphones, if you’re looking for something a little less bulky that’ll still help quiet down all the ruckus around you. The buds are super soft and will sit securely in your ears, so you won’t need to fiddle around with them or worry about them falling out.
A cute set of book ends to show off your impressive library. These little guys are quite a ~hoot~ and add a little touch of luxe to your bookcase.
A mood-setting candle that’ll fill your space with the tantalizing smell of warm tea, because that’s the ultimate pairing for a long reading session. Reviewers say the smell is not too strong, and leaves a delicate scent in the air.
And lastly, a book locket that would be perfect for a little secret, or a quote from your favourite book. It’s made from solid golden brass, and you can add a little personalization that comes fitted inside the locket like the pages of a real book.
Far off places, daring sword fights, magic spells, a prince in disguise!