It’s that time of year again. I usually find Christmas really stressful because of all the shopping but I started planning early this year and just got the things I needed. If you’re still struggling for some gift ideas, here are a few that may be just the thing you’re looking for.
My husband recently bought me this and I think it’s a great gift for any reader but especially one who’s also a Disney fan. Get it here.
There’s nothing nicer than getting cosy with a cup of tea and your current read.
This VAHDAM Assorted Tea Gift Set is beautiful and one of Oprah’s Favourite Things for 2019.
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And when the tea isn’t strong enough, a nice glass of wine with your book really hits the spot.
LSA is one of my favourite glassware makers. Almost everything is handmade and simply stunning. I have a really beautiful set of handmade champagne glasses with a swirl of gold in them but I have my eye on the Pearl range now. These Mother of Pearl Red Wine Glasses would make a wonderful gift. The design is also available as cocktail glasses and champagne flutes.
A book probably seems like the obvious gift for a bookish person but it’s actually a dangerous road. There’s a good chance they’ve already read it or it isn’t one they’re interested in at all (unless they request a specific one) but if they are Harry Potter fans one if these editions will be a safe bet. Get them here.
On our first Christmas together, himself got me a kindle and it remains the best gift I’ve ever gotten. It has all my books! Get it here.
If they are the type of reader who likes to annotate then they are in constant need of annotating supplies. Index tabs, highlighters, pens, note paper, and post-its are always needed by annotators. A small hamper with pretty stationery and maybe some chocolate and tea thrown in would make an awesome gift.
Bookish Christmas Gift Guide from @elainehowlin_Tweet
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Title: Firefrost Series: Flameskin Chronicles #0 Author: Camille Longley ISBN: 9781952795008 Genre: Fantasy, Young Adult, Romance, Enemies to Lovers, Forced Proximity, Romeo and Juliet Release Date: 21st September 2020 Synopsis: She’s a huntress:Sol d’Hillerod is sent on a desperate mission through a treacherous winter pass. She carries with her the only hope of her village’s survival,… Read more
Well, it’s my birthday and though I don’t like the whole aging thing, it’s still nice to celebrate it. I’m not exactly sure what I’ll do but it will probably involve wine and cake 😉 I got this tag from Kristin Kraves Books. BIRTHDAY CAKE – a book with a plot that seems cliche but… Read more
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So glad you loved this one! I’m really looking forward to it!
Great review, sounds interesting!
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I think I’ll reread it soon. It’s such an autumnal read.
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