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Bookish Gift Ideas! πŸ“–

GUYS! πŸ˜€ I have a guest on the blog today! But quick writing update before introductions.

Last week, I tried to close my story document, and about two seconds later, I reopened it again. My point was that I was trying to tell myself that it was okay if I didn’t feel like writing right now. And as soon as I accepted that it was indeed okay for me to do nothing, I immediately wanted to do something. Isn’t that how life works? πŸ˜›

Surprisingly, I’m still working on the same thing I was working on last month, and I wrote over 5k words last weekend. It’s mostly terrible, and I’m being super hard on myself. But since there’s no deadline for the project right now, I can edit as much as I want. Heh.

I don’t know why beginnings are so rough for me, but since I’m well aware of this, I’ve taken to binging The Office most days to keep myself chill. ^_^ Rest and comedy are important.Β And you know what else is important? Spreading good cheer! πŸ˜€

Let me introduce the Guest of Honor! ^_^

Melissa Chan is the designer and owner of Literary Book Gifts, and today, she’s stopped by the blog to talk gift ideas and give you guys a discount code for her store! In full disclosure, I’m not getting any kind of kick-back – I just wanted to give her a shout out, because I think her shop is cool. πŸ™‚

(Written by Melissa Chan Literary Book Gifts designer and founder.)

Gift Ideas for Book Lovers!

It’s almost that time of year again! Time for all the family fun and cheer of the holidays, and if you love giving and receiving gifts like I do, time for some holiday shopping!

Toys and stuffed animals make great gifts for children, but what about when they get a little older? And how about gifts for people who can already buy everything they want or need. These types are often the hardest to pick out gifts for. If you want to give that special book lover in your life something different and unique, surprise them with a unique shirt or tote bag from this very special collection of gifts for book lovers!

Here are a few ideas of bookish gifts from Literary Book Gifts to give you some fresh ideas.

Jane Austen has written so many fascinating and timeless stories for our continued enjoyment. This Jane Austen T-Shirt is for all the Austen fans out there but is also the perfect gift for any writer. The cream colored print shows an antique writing desk complete with quill, scroll, and candle. There are a few books, a small portrait, and even a few flowers placed across the desk.

Henry David Thoreau wrote Walden; or, Life in the Woods about conducting his own experiment about living in nature. This Walden T-Shirt is in a black and white print and was designed to capture the serenity of a cabin isolated in the wilderness.

But no book lover is complete with out one or two tote bags to carry books to and from the library, coffee shop, and around town. This The Hunchback of Notre Dame Tote Bag showcases Victor Hugo’s work in a cream print on a black tote bag. Made of polyester canvas with cotton handles this tote bag is ready to accompany you on all of your journeys, book related or otherwise.

Enter TheNarcissisticRose20 at checkout for 20% off any order! There is no expiry date.

Thanks to Melissa for stopping by! Be sure to stop by the store and check out the wares. πŸ˜€ And Happy NaNoWriMo to anyone taking on the challenge!


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