Fall Literary Wishlist!

Welcome to the fall edition of literary wish list where I share some of the bookish things I’d like to buy! Since this summer has been so hot outside, I’ve been glad for the cool weather that fall will bring. I also can’t wait to indulge in some hearty apple cider along with tasty donuts while sitting among the fall foliage. Without further ado, here are some items on my fall literary wish list!

Anne of Green Gables Bookmark  by Inky Bits Designs


Source: Etsy/ Price $3.25

This fall colored bookmark from Inky Bits Designs is absolutely gorgeous! It also has a quote from well renowned author L.M. Montgomery that perfectly evokes the emotions of why I enjoy fall so much.

Vintage Upcycled Book Pumpkin by MyWhimsicalLily


Source: Etsy/Price: $19 

This is a great upcycled product that is not only great for fall decorating around your house, but it can also be used with spooky Halloween decorations to give that bookish ambiance. The best thing about upcycled products like these is that it recycles books that would normally be thrown away.

Fall Into Books Art Print by Evie Seo


Source: Society6/ Price: $13.00

Evie Seo is one of my favorite artists from Society6 and I love her artwork and typography styles. I’ve purchased stuff from her shop previously and they made great gifts. I am (sort of) obsessed with wall art and I love that this includes vivid fall imagery with books. I’d love to hang this on my wall!

Well-Read Women: A Reader’s Journal by Samantha Hahn


Source: Uncommon Goods/Price: $16.99

I’m not sure if I have mentioned this product before, but it has been on my wish list for quite a while. I use bookish journals all the time to jot down my thoughts about books that I review for my blog, but it also helps me to keep track of what I’ve read. The artwork for this journal is beautiful and I like that it has portraits of various female literary characters.

Cozy Book Shop Soy Candle by The Leaky Candle


Source: Etsy/Price: $13.00

I own a ton of candles already, but I love that this is modeled after the smell of a book shop (yes, book shops have scents!). It’s got a mixture of sandalwood, vanilla, and hazelnut coffee which sounds amazing! Soy candles seem to have a longer burn time so I’ve started to buy more of them lately.

What items do you have on your fall literary wish list? Comment below and share your thoughts! 🙂

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