19 Gifts for Writers, 2019 Holiday Edition

  • December 9, 2019

I had a little visit with Santa and whispered all of these goodies in his ear! I hope you find just what you want under the tree this year.

The Book Seat

Besides a book, this is the perfect writer’s companion. It’s a sturdy pillow with a ledge to cradle your most precious possessions.

Get it: thebookseat.com

Once Upon a Time Card Game

Fancy a fractured fairy tale? Well, this one will definitely crack you up.

Get it: atlas-games.com

Wacky Wavy Mini Tube Guy

I dunno ’bout you, but I like silly things on my writing desk to entertain me. Enter this panic at the disco.

Get it: urbanoutfitters.com

Margaret Atwood Masterclass

What can I say other than WOW!?

Get it: masterclass.com

The Writer’s Toolbox

Doing Storystorm this year? This will keep your creativity turned up to 11!

Get it: chroniclebooks.com

Hemingway Typewriter Pencil Cup

A few years back, I shared this typewriter coaster set. Here’s a matching desk accessory!

Get it: victoriantradingco.com

Typewriter Wrapping Paper

Speaking of typewriters…you may want to use this as wallpaper.

Get it: theliterarygiftcompany.com

Scrabble Tile Magnets

The game you know and love, now in fridge format.

Get it: wildandwolfshop.com

The Pilot’s Pen (Night Writer)

In the 80’s there was Night Rider. Now in the teens, we get an upgrade to Night Writer.

These LED pens light up so you can write in the dark. (Remember to keep a notepad on your nightstand for those sleepy, brilliant ideas!)

Get it: amazon.com

Chapter One, The End Earrings

Little Gem Girl creates these earrings. You just have to fill in the middle.

Get it: etsy.com

Mark My Words Bookmarks

These comic/graphic novel-style bookmarks will be sure to get the word out that you love reading.

Get it: genuinefred.com

Tea Drops Sampler

Tea is my creative fuel…and this appears to be a genius new way of taking your tea to crit group.

Get it: uncommongoods.com

Ideal Bookshelf Art

Artist Jane Mount creates ideal bookshelf art from Shakespeare to contemporary favorites. See the entire collection…and read it, too!

Get it: uncommongoods.com

The Writer’s Idea Thesaurus

While not necessarily for kidlit, this looks to be a creative kick in the keister.

Get it: indiebound.org

Children’s Book Week Posters

There’s an entire store filled with posters from every Children’s Book Week dating back to 1921!

Get it: cafepress.com

Rest My Sole Foot Rest Cushion

If you’ve got your BUTT IN CHAIR, you need to get your FEET ON REST. (Sorry, socks not included. But see below.)

Get it: amazon.com

Banned Books Socks

Keep those tootsies warm and cozy!

Get it: outofprint.com

Literary Temporary Tattoos

To tat or not to tat, that is the question. Don’t make a permanent decision.

Get it: chroniclebooks.com

Tara Lazar Books

Yeah, shameless plug.

Get it: taralazar.com/taras-books

You can also view my previous holiday gift guides for writers:

  • 2013
  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2018

Happy Holidays, writing friends!

Please share you writerly gift picks in the comments!

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