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Ye gods, how is it December already? It seems like the last few months of 2019 have flown by. We’re just a few short weeks away from Christmas and in the midst of a buzzing holiday season. If you, like me, still have some holiday shopping to do, don’t despair!
I’ve put together the perfect gift guide for writers, with links for easy one-click purchasing. Whether you’re a writer yourself or need a gift idea for the writer in your life, you’re sure to find something dazzle-worthy on this list.
Books, Books, Books
It should go without saying that books make perfect gifts for writers! From NYT bestselling fiction to how-to books on the craft of writing, I don’t know any writers who wouldn’t want books for Christmas. Here are some of my favorites:
Hoodies, hats, socks, T-shirts… you name it, the Internet has it with a fun quote emblazoned on the front. Check out some of my top picks for writing-related apparel.
Mugs and Glasses
What fuels your writer? Is it whiskey, beer, or wine? Coffee or tea? Regardless of which sustenance gets them through a difficult writing session, here are some glass/ceramicware options sure to appeal to their tastes.
No home office or coffee shop workspace is complete without the write (GET IT?) supplies. Here are some fun ones worth considering:
Nothing says “cozy” like lighting a candle! Warm, natural flames are the best way to add ambiance to any writing session, but if you’re afraid of fire, you have plenty of other options.
No matter your budget, you can find technological gizmos to wow the writer in your life. From Bluetooth speakers to noise-cancelling headphones and everything in between, here’s a brief list of my favorites:
So, there you have it: a quick-and-dirty gift guide for anyone struggling to come up with gift ideas for writers, as well as writers scratching their heads about which list to show their loved ones.
As mentioned above, the links in this post are affiliate links, so I’d appreciate it if you used them to make a purchase (if you find something on the list you like). I’ll get a small portion of the sales, so it’s an easy way to support me and my work while taking care of some holiday shopping.
What do you think of this list? Feel free to share your favorite gift ideas for writers?