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14 Fall Products for Bookworms

14 Fall Products for Bookworms

This post does contain affiliate links, but I just had to share what was on my Fall Wishlist this year!

If you're looking for a book to read with any of these products, then check out my Fall Reading List, Halloween Reads, and Witchy Books!

And next week, I'll be sharing my Must Reads for November!

Until then, enjoy!

Cozy Blankets

It's finally starting to get chilly this fall. What could be better then curling up in a fuzzy blanket with a new book?

Literary Scarves

Let's face it, life often requires us to leave the comfort of our reading nooks for the chill of the real world. Stay warm this fall with a scarf inspired by your favorite books. Literati Club and Etwoa mainly sell scarves, but Out of Print also has awesome enamel pins!

Something Warm to Drink

Another fall must have for me is a mug of hot tea. I always have a mug within reach when I'm reading. Basilur has tons of awesome Tea Books including assorted Magic Fruits flavors and Bouquet Green tea.

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Fuzzy Socks

Nothing is worse than cold feet when you're just getting to the best part of a novel. Stay warm and completely immersed with thick socks that look cute on the sofa or running errands (to the bookstore of course).

Candles

Fall has some of my favorite smells. Lighting a candle is the perfect way to make my home smell like a quaint little cafe without ever having to put on real pants!

Bookmarks

Lastly, for those unfortunate moments when you just have to put your book down. Why not indulge that fall loving bookworm heart of yours and get some cute little leaf shaped bookmarks? This set is by far the cutest ones I've seen and they're already in my shopping cart!


That's all for this week. Thanks for reading!

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See you next week!

And Happy NaNoWriMo!

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