A little dim lighting is great for setting a cozy ambiance, but it can make reading more difficult. Rather than turning on harsh, overhead lighting, this reading light sits around your neck, illuminating just the pages in front of you as you read.
2. E-Reader Page-Turning Remote Control
No need to sit or lie down in an awkward position to hold your e-reader. You can rest it in a tray and use this remote control to flip the pages as you read along with the story.
3. Book Page Holder
While you may love diving into the complex worlds built in a novel with 500+ pages, the bigger book can put a strain on your hands as you try to hold it open. This sleek, wooden book page holder will do the heavy lifting, giving your hands a much-needed break as you make your way through the riveting plot.
4. Reading Journal
Whether you’re prepping for your book club meeting or simply want to reflect on a book you’ve enjoyed, this reading journal allows you to jot down all your thoughts about the book you’ve just read. It has space to reflect on up to 52 books, plus a challenge sheet where you can set your annual reading goal and track your progress.
5. Reading Pillow
If your bed or couch is comfy but not quite structured enough to support you as you read, check out a reading pillow. This reading pillow is flexible, so you can arrange it in multiple positions to feel comfortable yet supported while you read.
6. Place Marker
A bookmark is great for reminding you of what page you left off on during your last reading session, but what if something comes up and leaves you hanging at the end of a random sentence? These pointed magnetic place markers mark the exact line at which you stopped, so you can pick right back up without any interruption.
7. Custom Book Embosser
For anyone building up their very own home library, this custom book embosser is a special gift. Use it on one of the beginning pages of a book to mark it as your own, perfect for creating a unique library and a great option for people who tend to lend their books out to friends and family often.
8. Old Book-Scented Candle
If you want your reading sessions to feel even cozier, light this book-scented candle before cracking open the top novel on your TBR pile. The Bookhouse soy wax candle comes in an old book scent or you can choose from Cut Down Your TBR (which smells like wood), Faerie Corn (a citrusy scent), or Get Joe Book (a coffee scent).