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Great Gifts for Writers
Silver Fountain Pen Cufflinks
These ultra elegant cufflinks are a wonderful way for you to show how much you admire his writing in a sophisticated and wearable way that is sure to be a talking point long after Christmas has ended. They are stunningly crafted from solid sterling-silver and come beautifully displayed in a presentation box. I think that they’re an inspired gift choice for the writer in your life.
Genius Magnetic Poetry Kit
Perfect for those days when ‘Writers' Block’ strikes with a vengeance and they can’t think of where to start. All they need do is simply pull out a handful of these words, arrange them in countless combinations and, voila, their creative grey cells will be firing once more. The kit makes an inexpensive and totally usable Christmas gift that may just prove to be indispensable.
The classic and legendary notebook that no writer worth his salt should be without. The great thing about the small size of this book is that it fits perfectly into a coat or trouser pocket and can be taken anywhere. A must have for writers on the move.
This gift provides a perfect representation of what every writer longs for - to see their work in print for the world to discover. These magnificent bookends elegantly embrace the work of their favourite writers or, even better, their own published books. A gift that says ‘I believe in you’ and one which will provide much needed motivation in times of self-doubt. A highly recommended gift choice that is currently offered at a great price via the Amazon link.
The Ultimate Laptop Tray for Writers
This wonderful bent wood tray has been crafted specifically for laptop computers. It’s fully adjustable to provide the perfect height for typing function and it can be tilted forwards or backwards as preferred. There are useful shelves either side for your mouse (if you use one with your laptop) any reference books, snacks or drinks. In fact the manufacturers have thought of everything! So no need to procrastinate in bed on a Sunday morning. Now us writers can rest and work without compromise.