Hi, friends! I thought it was about time I shout-out some of the bookish-related small businesses that I’ve run across since book blogging. A lot of these companies I haven’t actually bought from yet, but I hope to soon! I’ve linked each business’s website or Etsy page in the name so make sure to follow the link if you’re interested in the shop. So here is my small business shout-out!
Stacking Pages is a business that I’ve bought from and am currently a rep for. If you follow me on Instagram, then you’ve probably seen multiple pictures featuring their products. They mostly sell bookmarks, but also sell some stickers and magnets, and are dabbling in pins. For 10% off your purchase, you can use my code THEBOOKVIEW10 (*I will receive a small commission from your purchase*)
The Purple Shelf Club is the business for all of you authors or future authors out there. They developmentally edit and beta read your work-in-progress! Whether you’re looking for more feedback on world-building and character development, or you need someone to completely edit your book, this is the business for you!
This small business is based out of Dublin and specializes in bookish t-shirts. Recently, they’ve also begun producing masks and a few other items all bookish related. Check out this cute shop for your bookish clothing needs!
The Bookish Den focuses on bookmarks. But wait, there’s more! These bookmarks are actually woodmarks, meaning they are engraved out of wood! How neat is that! These bookmarks are handmade and can be found by clicking on the link above.
This shop also sells bookmarks, but what makes these unique is the look of them. They are designed to look like stained glass! Most are based on popular and familiar movie characters so find your favorite one and buy it!
A Magnetic Library works hard to deliver your favorite books, just in a smaller form. That’s right. They handmake small versions of books to showoff on your keychain, in pictures, or however else you’d like. You can find their Etsy page by clicking on the link above.
I found Dewi Writes through Twitter and was excited to see that he makes custom book maps! For any author looking for someone to make a custom map for their novel, this is the guy for you. All further information and details can be found on his website which I’ve linked above.
This is farrrr from being a comprehensive list, but I hope to continue to shout-out small businesses as I find some of my favorites. If you have a small business that’s related to books and would like a shout-out on a future post of mine, comment below or message me on my contact page. Thanks for reading!