Book Fetish: More Bookish Enamel Pins

Since enamel pins are still all the rage, and I keep seeing so many cute bookish ones everywhere, here’s Round 2 of bookish enamel pins! Want more? Check out Molly’s previous round up.

Just in time for Halloween, artist Hogan McLaughlin has his delectably devious Bellatrix Lestrange pin available for pre-order!

I’m sorry, but if this Scout’s Ham Costume pin from To Kill A Mockingbird doesn’t make you giggle then we can’t be friends.

Show your Vonnegut pride with this “So it goes” pin.

The Bell Jar‘s perpetual popularity means that this “I am, I am, I am” pin will never go out of style.

If only this perfect Babel Fish pin could translate as well as the real thing, all of us intergalactic hitchhikers would be set. As long as we don’t forget our towels!

Murakami’s The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle gets the pin treatment with this typewriter “I’m not so weird to me.” quote pin. Available in red or purple!

Fantasy lovers should love this book-stealing “wyrm” pin from Andrew J. Brozyna.

The mantra of all book lovers everywhere: “Just one more chapter!

I’m making an exception to the enamel trend with these twee wooden book brooches by Lucie Ellen. Choose your favorite shade or buy them all for a rainbow smattering of bookish love on your lapel.

Jane Mount, genius behind the Ideal Bookshelf project, makes pins too! There’s so many to choose from, like this 100 Years of Solitude pin.

Bookish?   Unicorns? Lisa Simpson, personal hero of mine?  This pin featuring the wisest Simpson’s book Unicorns and Me is perfection.

Brandi Bailey: Brandi can be found writing about books and dreaming up outfits on her blog, Book Style. She'll probably be reading something with mythology, Brits, unicorns, a feisty heroine, or (ideally) all of the above. She has lived in too many cities, but has settled down in Portland with her awesome husband and almost-as-awesome cat. Follow her on Instagram @PinkBBWhiskey.