Christmas Gifts

If you’re a little behind in your shopping or  you haven’t given your friends and family a list for the holidays, here are a few ideas to take note of:

Rustico Leather – They have journals, binders, iPad cases and so much more. I love, love, love my composition notebook cover. I use it daily.

Moleskin – I have a small one that I keep in my purse so that anytime I have an idea, I can write it down.

Wreck this Journal – A little writing and creative fun for people who enjoy thinking outside of the box and stimulating their imagination. Get all four or buy just one.

Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott – “Think you’ve got a book inside of you? Anne Lamott isn’t afraid to help you let it out. She’ll help you find your passion and your voice, beginning from the first really crummy draft to the peculiar letdown of publication. Readers will be reminded of the energizing books of writer Natalie Goldberg and will be seduced by Lamott’s witty take on the reality of a writer’s life, which has little to do with literary parties and a lot to do with jealousy, writer’s block and going for broke with each paragraph. Marvelously wise and best of all, great reading.” Review

The Artist’s Way – Julia Cameron – “With the basic principle that creative expression is the natural direction of life, Julia Cameron and Mark Bryan lead you through a comprehensive twelve-week program to recover your creativity from a variety of blocks, including limiting beliefs, fear, self-sabotage, jealousy, guilt, addictions, and other inhibiting forces, replacing them with artistic confidence and productivity.” Review

Vintage Typewriter charm necklace – I want one. That is all. It’s cute and symbolic.

Single Serve Coffee Maker – I’m kind of digging this, but I usually drink a pot.

For the record, none of these links are affiliate links.They’re just awesome things that many writers would love to have. I’d love to hear from you. What writing gifts do you want and what gifts have you given?

Happy writing!