Have I mentioned before how much I enjoy the awesomely creative Shirt.Woot shirts?!?
This is available for today only, unless it’s in The Reckoning ranks for tomorrow, at $12 and free shipping. I have purchased many book related cool shirts from here and am always pleased. I have already ordered this shirt too!
These are TOO adorable! [amazon_link id=”B0074PRCZ0″ target=”_blank” ]Sprout[/amazon_link], the little green bookmark by Fred
$40.00 at Fab.com (ends Friday morning!) Origially $65.
THE THING Quarterly is a different kind of periodical: Instead of sending out a publication, it issues useful everyday objects with cultural significance. This special issue 16 comes from American author Dave Eggers, of A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius fame. It’s a shower curtain which features a monologue written by Eggers from the perspective of his own shower curtain—how appropriately meta, right?
If you like this HURRY! It ends Friday morning! Grab it at Fab.com for $40.
I’ve decided to make this a feature! As long as I can find some cool stuff to share I’ll be sharing it. I’m pretty terrible at following a schedule on here so it’ll be posted as often as I can handle. I’m thinking once a week to two weeks, again, depending on if I find stuff to share!
I LOVE this shirt! It’s too true and we should all order and wear one. It’s available from Shirt.Woot for $15.
Another cool shirt. Lots of Shakespeare characters. Love it! Available from Shirt.Woot for $15.
This is the adjustable pillow that provides optimal support in your preferred bedtime reading position. The pillow has two sections–one triangular and one rectangular–that fold to create four different pillow shapes, providing a comfortable back- and head-rest whether you are sitting upright or lying supine in bed. The two sections simultaneously support the lower- and upper-back, head, and neck and will not shift out of place, unlike stacked pillows that require repeated adjustment. The 383-thread count cover is made from plush 100% cotton and the pillow is filled with soft gel fiber that molds to the body for support and cushions the head and back to prevent pressure points. Cover is removable and machine washable. Taupe. 25″ L x 25″ W x 9″ D
Who doesn’t want to have Jellyfish on their desktops!? How cool is this!? Of course, I’m seeing a trend here, the tank is very pricey! But it’s the only one specifically designed for jellyfish. See more info at Jellyfish Art.
There are 3 other designs but this is my favorite! A pad of 25 bookmarks for $6 is available from Knock Knock. I love most of their products!
A Fred product, another one of my favorite quirky companies, this the Fingerprint bookmark band. It’s $7 on MoMA Store but is readily available at other sites for just slightly more. I love that you can point it to the exact line that you leave off on.
Have you seen any cool and unusual bookish things? Link me to them in the comments!
I’ve mentioned Bookperk severl times in the last few weeks. I wish every publisher did something like this because I seriously love seeing all the cool combos they’re putting out. And even better, they’re doing a giveaway!
To enter you just need to create an account, if you don’t already have one, and place the FREE entry into your cart and check out! It’s super easy and I can’t wait to see who wins!
• Awesome series memento! I AM NUMBER FOUR hardcover signed by the cast of the new film. Includes the signatures of Alex Pettyfer, Dianna Agron, Teresa Palmer, Callan McAuliffe, and Director DJ Caruso.
• Complementary gray I AM NUMBER FOUR hoodie!
• Free UPS Ground shipping.
To get to Bookperk follow any of the links I’ve provided above, or click the image to your left!
Remember it’s free! So go enter! Giveaway ends 3/29.
• Signed hardcover copy of Darkest Mercy the eagerly anticipated and thrilling conclusion to New York Times bestselling Wicked Lovely series by bestselling paranormal romance author Melissa Marr.
• Paperback copy of Wicked Lovely by Melissa Marr, her debut novel, and the first of the enchanting and gripping series about faerie intrigue, mortal love, and the clash of ancient rules and modern expectations.
• While reading, gaze at your wickedly lovely nails lacquered in Essie®’s Velvet Voyage polish.
While the combo of both at $17.99 is a good deal I’m not sure if I want to buy it. 😦 I really want to see the movie because it looks pretty awesome and I know there’s been quite a bit of controversy over the author issue.
What do you think? A good deal? Will I finish the book in time to use the free ticket to see the movie in the theater? (probably, and who cares, I can use it to see a different movie)