As the 2023 festive season approaches, it's time to deck the halls and delight the wordsmiths in your life with thoughtful gifts that will ignite their creative spark.
If you're seeking the perfect gift for a budding novelist, a journaling aficionado, or the seasoned wordsmith, this curated guide of holiday gifts for writers is here to kindle inspiration and joy.
This year we’ve included both Buy Direct and Amazon links, after a few requests last year. We know that holiday shopping can get expensive, and bulking together shipping costs and other discounts on Amazon can help some folks make the most of their gift-giving budget.
Unwrap the magic of 2023's top literary and writerly holiday gifts.
Whether they’re scribbling away in a cozy corner or tapping tirelessly at a keyboard, the writer in your life deserves a special something to transform their creative life into a haven of inspiration!
There is a small circle of people who will appreciate this game, but for those people, this is a fantastic party night of fun-spirited grammar glee.
These little adorable crochet buddies from classic literature are lovely little projects to curl up with when you don't necessarily want to reach for a book.
When you wake up at 3AM with your mind racing as a writer, it's hard to tell if you have stories to get out or insomnia to work through.
If you want to combine your love of literature with your love of puncturing uplifting phrases into a piece of fabric, this is your sign.
$20 - $40
If knitting is your writer's thing, then these patterns with literary inspiration will give them a slew of creative options.
When a writer is on a roll, it's easy to lock into the docs and forget to even breathe. This little guy is a gentle guidance to stay in the flow.
How do writers get the inspiration for some of the most iconic scenes and settings in literature? This book explores the world to find those spots and share!
$40 - $100
A reminder to the writers in your life to get their writing out there, even when they are a little scared, because the world needs their voice.