Look ... Literary book gifts + 20% off!

I love a good literary-themed anything so this lovely little store caught my eye. Everything looks so classy and classic! Here’s a quick little insight into the store through a chat with Melissa, the owner of Literary Book Gifts. And a little treat for all my readers. Thanks, Melissa!

[I did not receive compensation or any product to put up this post. Just helping out a fellow book lover and small business owner.]


I started the online store Literary Book Gifts to spread my personal love of reading and all things literature through iconic designs of some of our most beloved novels. Whether you are a Jane Austen fan or resonate with Henry David Thoreau’s ideas, there is something for every book lover in the collection!

I believe that great classics are meant to be read, talked about, and discussed. Each tee and tote is a perfect conversation starter. And even if it does not start up a conversation, maybe someone will see you wearing your A Tale of Two Cities shirt and pick up a copy of the Charles Dickens classic later at the local library. Graphics and artwork have a very powerful way of spreading information. This is one of the many things I love about having the opportunity to create visual representations of some of my favorite novels. I am selective about the authors and titles that make their way into the collection. Popular titles are great of course, but the lesser known ones are very important as well. I loved reading the existential tale of Gregor Samsa, and his transformation into an insect in The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka. So I am pleased that it can have a place in the collection alongside more well known works such as Jane Eyre and Ulysses.

With every design you have a choice of a shirt or tote bag. The t-shirts come in women’s and men’s sizing. Each shirt is made of high quality 100% cotton composition, with the exception of some lovely heather color options that have a mixed fiber content. What really makes the shirts at Literary Book Gifts stand apart from the competition is that they come in a wide variety of colors. Each shirt comes in at least a few colors, and some of them up have up to twenty options. I believe the design itself is equally as important as the shirt color for the individual who wears it. Take the case of the Edgar Allan Poe shirt. In the women’s version choosing a pink or purple version gives off an entirely different stylish vibe than the indigo or grey options. Offering the same design to different and unique people is a great way for personalization and ultimately for the shirt to become a staple item in one’s wardrobe.

As a discount for the readers of Guiltless Reading, enter the promo code GUILTLESSREADING20 at checkout at Literary Book Gifts Book Gifts for a 20 percent discount! There is no minimum needed to order and this code does not expire.

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