Hello everyone! Welcome to a list of the top six best-smelling books on my shelf (ha! See what I did there? Yeah, ok, sorry…) Yep, I went through my bookshelf and smelled almost every book and these are the ones that made my heart happy.
- How To Be A Bawse by Lilly Singh: This book has a really fresh off the press smell that comes from it’s glossy pages.
- Heartless by Marissa Meyer: *Silent moment for the first book I ever reviewed* There is a detectable smell of perfection that comes from the spine of these rough, woody pages.
- Nightfall by Shannon Messenger: Be careful of this one, for the booksy scent of paper is very strong and rich!
- A Study in Charlotte by Brittany Cavallaro: In the creases of this paperback copy with feathery pages, a beautiful bookish draft can be found.
- The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzie Lee: This book has hints of inky delight, but they don’t overwhelm it’s generally refreshing smell.
- The Arsonist by Stephanie Oakes: These smooth pages hide a delightful woodsy scent.
So there you have it–the best-smelling books on my shelf! Do you have any favorite book scents?
Happy reading and writing 2018–Let’s fly together!