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Being in love is grand! The initial infatuation, the late nights together, the way the pages whisper when you turn them...really, the best long-term relationship in life is the one you have with books. 

Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to treat the special ~tome-one~ in your life to some stylish bookish accessories. Whether it’s a new bookmark, a decadent slipcover, or a nifty ex libris plate to stake your claim, pick up a treat for your every BFFL (book-friend-for-life) this February 14. Need something shipped last minute? You can scope out the Quirk Zazzle store. 

Metal Feather Bookmark, $14
This elegant avian-inspired placeholder from ChusCraft will make your book feel fancy and feathered.

 

Crocheted Red Rose Bookmark, $14.50
Spoil your book love with this elegant symbol of True Love from CreacionesSusana.

 

Candy Hearts Magnetic Bookmark, $10
Or clip your page in place with this SO FINE bookmark from BookInz.

 

Tweed Book Cover, $38.46
Keep that special book cozy and warm in the February gloom with this perky pink slipcover from WhimsyWooDesigns.

 

Leather Book Cover, $46
Or get extra-elegant with this sumptuous leather case from PandJLeatherWorks.

 

Vintage Valentine Bookplates, $16.95 for 24
Let the world know that book is YOURS with one of these sweet stick-ons from Oiseaux.

 

Book Weight in “Notting Hill,” $10
For those romantic dinners with you and your book, this handy, hefty gadget from MyRainyDayDesigns helps your reading stay put.

 

“LOVE” bookends, $64
Treat your faves and keep them snug with these bookends by DesignAtelierArticle.

 

Heart bookends, $59
Or corral your collection with these dainty pink <3s from MapleShadeKids.

 

Rustic love bookends, $35
OR try this pair, complete with sweet nothings, from BlessingandLight.


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Blair Thornburgh

Blair Thornburgh is an editor at Quirk Books. A native Philadelphienne and apparent devotée of gendered demonyms, she makes a mean plate of scrambled eggs, a much friendlier cup of coffee, and would love to talk to you about (or in) multiple dead languages. Hwæt!