We love to write and love to do everything that we can to further our craft. One of our favorite things to do is get gifts that remind us that we can further our craft and be comfortable while doing it.
We know that some of you are the same. So what do you get the writer in your life? Well we have some suggestions that you may like in this installment of Fangirlish Gift Guides.
So yes, we wish that we had a keyboard and one of our favorites is the Logitech Blue Tooth. And it’s fairly priced too – only $22.85 on Amazon. Get it HERE.
But we’re loving this keepsake that you can engrave with what can help you through your writers block. You can come up with 5 sides, but one side will say writers block.
The block starts at $15 and goes up from there, depending on how many sides that you get engraved.
If you are writing YA one of the things that works great is a subscription box, that introduces you to a new book/new fandom every month.
SpearCraft box is one that is great. Starting at $29 bucks a month. Subscribe HERE.
Gail Carson Levine is the writer of Ella Enchanted and there is not many people better to teach you about writing magic.
In the book, “She shows how you can get terrific ideas for stories, invent great beginnings and endings, write sparkling dialogue, develop memorable characters—and much, much more. She advises you about what to do when you feel stuck—and how to use helpful criticism. Best of all, she offers writing exercises that will set your imagination on fire.”
We’re all about journaling and putting things down. Sure, you can purchase a journal at the bookstore, but one thing that we love doing is finding the cutest things on Etsy.
These adorable old school notebook is perfection. They are 30 pages and on 100% recycled paper.
They are small enough to throw in your purse and they are under $4. Get them here.
But I also love the idea of this wall art to put about my desk to give me that added motivation.
These prints are available for instant download and unfortunately they don’t come framed. BUT – they are still cute and a little over $12 bucks.
But the truth is that you don’t fail if you keep writing, you succeed. If you keep at it, you keep moving forward, that is what matters.
Yes, you’ll need to frame it, but someone needs this in their office.
The print is $13 and can be bought here.
How cute is this journal that looks like a writers block?
I use mine to write my way through a spell of writers block and I love it. It’s different than any other journal that I own.
It has 300 pages and can be found HERE.
$15 dollars isn’t bad for a journal.
Need inspiration? Need something to get those creative juices flowing? It’s got a ton of things to get your going.
Sixty exercise sticks, First Sentences, Non Sequiturs, and Last Straws will get stories off the ground, 60 cards fuel creative descriptions, and four spinner palettes will ignite unexpected plot twists.
And for us, that is coffee. Don’t even mess with me without my coffee.
But I love this mug. Coffee is my magic and cute coffee cups always make me happy.
I mean if you are a tea person you can put tea in there instead too.
What would you get the writer in your life?