Thursday, 1 November 2018

Book Lover Christmas Gift Guide

   It's November!! Like it or not, Christmas is just around the corner, and I am so ready. Anyone who has been in a room with me for more than five minutes knows it's my favourite time of the year - stressful, yes, especially with 2 very important birthdays in quick succession, but that makes the season even more special! And while it's true Seeg and I have already had 7 Christmasses together, this will be our first as a married couple. I am so excited. I will admit that I woke up a little confused this morning, though, and went to seek an advent calendar in my half-awake haze, but then I remembered, with some stinging disappointment, that I was a month early. Yes, I really do open an advent calendar first thing.
   And so, because November has tumbled upon us, I'm rolling out my annual gift guides. I have five lined up so far, so I'll be posting one a week through November, at least - which is great, because that means I can fill the void left by last month's weekly Inktober posts.
   I'm starting it off with a gift guide for bookworms. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to work out that I like books. I've been writing stories since I was 12 (and in 15 years that passion has never once faltered, except a temporary stint following my first rejection, but I was naive enough to think it wasn't all that great a possibility, so it hit me hard) and one of my favourite things is lying in bed with a book and cup of tea on a Sunday morning. And for this reason, a bookish gift guide is always at the top of my list.
   Yes, there are a items on this guide, but to hell with you all, this is my space!

1 - Personalised book end with vase, £39 
2 - Book flower necklace, fantasy and classic literature titles, £22
3 - Teapigs/Gemma Correll tea & mug bundle, £12.99
4 - Hand-knitted chunky throw, £200
5 - Pre-loaded Kindle [The Zi'veyn, Kindle book, £1.99]
6 - Fa la la la llama Christmas biscuits, £20
7 - Handmande leather Kindle case, £79

For book lover stocking fillers, check out The Literary Gift Company, The Literary Emporium & The Bodleian Library shop


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