Holiday shopping for the book nerd in your life


It’s that time of year again, if you are like me, you are finishing up your shopping for this the most magical holiday around. but if you are like the many, many out there, you are just now starting, and man do I have some help for you.  I myself am a raging book nerd, so I feel pretty highly qualified to give you this particular list, as It is full of stuff I wold love.

1. Bookmarks from Idle Stuff

Of all the bookmarks they have, I am quite partial to their magnetic ones, like Darth Vader here, who is only 2 dollars!!! He (and any of their others, including extensive Harry Potter themed ones, would make a great stocking stuffers)

2. Scarves, gloves or t-shirts from Storiarts

Their scarves are a tad expensive, averaging around 48 dollars, but they are gorgeous and if you have a literature loving person in your life, then I’m sure they would love them. (Alice in Wonderland scarf pictured)

3. Candles from Wick and Fable

They have multiple literary fandoms to chose from. Harry Potter, Lord Of the Rings, Outlander and A Court of Mist and Fury are just some of the options.  The candles are reasonably priced, starting at 6 dollars, and they also sell literary teas as well. (The Shire candle label shown)

4. Tea from Literary Tea Co.

Most book lovers I know fall into either tea or coffee lovers as well, and for the tea lovers is this. Literary Tea Co offers special blends inspired by famous authors. The loose leaf tea comes in lovely tins and is priced around 21 dollars.  (Pictured is the Ernest Hemingway blend)

5. Book Pins from the Ideal Bookshelf

The Ideal Bookshelf sells a lot of bookish things. Prints, totes, mugs and other things, but the pins are where its at. The small enamel pins are around 11 dollars a piece, but they are so adorable and book lovers will want to hoard them.  (Pin Pictured is A Wrinkle In Time)

Now these are just a few ideas. And whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or something else, remember the book lover in your life. Books are always welcome, but so are bookish things!



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