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F. Scott Fitzgerald: Gin, citrus, oak (prep school, amirite), in a champagne-flute shaped bottle with gold flecks in it
from Perfumes Inspired by Dead Writers by Amanda Nelson
The Never Ending Story (1984)
The craziest book ever acquired in a movie has to be The Never Ending Story, which came from this fairly creepy hole-in-the wall shop. I mean, the villain in the book is….nothing. Sheer oblivion. I still have night terrors about it.
from 15 Movies Starring Bookstores by Jeff O’Neal
Or how about going a little non-traditional by sending a postcard, maybe to a distant love? This Wuthering Heights postcard from LiteraryEmporium, also at etsy.com, would delight your Bronte baby.
from 5 Valentine’s Day Cards for your Bookish Love by Brenna Clarke Gray
A book led to a song, and the song led to a photograph. The photograph led to a short story, and the story led to another song, which led to another photograph. Each work stands on its own artistic merit. With their powers combined, they created the coolest literary event I’ve seen in a really long time (maybe ever).
from The Way Book Events Should Be by Rebecca Joines-Schinsky