Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Gifts For Readers and Writers, Part V

You're giving books for the holidays, right? 

Yup, thought so.  But if you need something to accompany said books, consider these add-ons...

Clip to a page, horizontally or vertically. 
Talk back to the author.
File the 3x5 card later. 

A mini-poster. Consult daily.

Invisible Ink. I'm sure you'll find a use for it. 

And then, of course, wrap your books and everything else in gorgeous paper.

Other ideas in this gift series here (but I can't guarantee all the old links are still current.)


  1. ::sigh::
    That poster is almost as good as the chocolate Scrabble. Lovely wrapping paper, too.

    Word Verification: /wituda/: small unit of wit, used by middle aged hotel cooks to berate underlings.

  2. Oh these things you find. They're dangerous for my account. That poster? That's my life. Well, throw in childcare, and that's it. Lots of things---knitting, gardening, etc.---seem like great ideas in theory to me, but I pretty much just wanna read. And the annotation bookmarks? BRILLIANT.

  3. Love that necklace! Thanks for these great picks :).

  4. let me know if you come across any magic "love my book" dust for editors and agents.:)

  5. I apologize for leaving out the link to that Eat Sleep Read poster. It's from CafePress.

    "love my book" dust! Yes, that would be handy. :)

  6. I can't wait to buy a few of these items for those readers in my life.


  7. Ohh, great add ons!

    And yes . . . all books this Christmas (plus three highly coveted American Girls for the little ones).

    So many yummy books . . . it's been hard to choose!

  8. It can be SO hard to find gifts for readers, but you guys have put together some awesome recommendations. Thanks for posting!


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