2018/02/09

9 Awesome and Unexpected Gifts for Writers


If you're struggling to find that perfect gift for a writer in your life, look no further.

In this article you'll find ideas for bookends, journals and pens, jewellery, software and much more!

1. Bookends

Need something cool and unique to prop up all of those books?

Industrial Steampunk Book Ends



Creative Co-Op Metal Arrow Bookend Set



Halova Adjustable Metal Book Ends



2. The Storymatic




Storymatic includes 540 cards that kick starts the imagination.  Pull out cards from each category and let the storytelling begin.  Fabulous for writing groups and writers experiencing writer's block.

3. Author Jewellery



I love this handmade charm bracelet with Love/Slider Letters/Book Charm across it.  What's more it's real leather.

4. Alice in Wonderland Writing Gloves



A truly unusual gift find, American-made.  Super soft 100% cotton knit fabric with white and black text.  The makers Storiarts also offer gloves and scarves in:

The Raven Edgar Allen Poe
Anne of Green Gables
Peter Pan
Sense and Sensibility

5. Dragon Naturally Speaking Software

Speech-to-text software, easy on the fingers.  Speak and the words appear immediately on the page.  Many well known writers have already started using this kind of software.

6. Literary T-Shirts

These t-shirts will fit all ages men, women and children.  All are 100% cotton.





7. 100 Books Bucket List


A list of the 100 most beautiful novels ever written, easily scratched off as you read them.  A great gift for any book worm who thinks they've read them all.

8. Crazy-Horse Wax Leather Journal



Handmade dark brown wax crazy-horse journal.  This unique journal is made by applying special wax to the surface of the leather.  Giving it an antique look as it ages.

9. Audible Subscription




Why not buy them an Audible subscription, so they can listen to their favourite books on any device.

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