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You may spend a lot of time choosing and buying the perfect gifts for others on your shopping list—but what about you? Sometimes you need to treat yourself! And what’s better than a gift that’s perfect for your writing life? Writer’s Relief has found some of the smartest gift ideas for writers. You might say they are even life-changing! (Okay, maybe just really awesome.) Here’s the best part: You don’t have to leave your writing desk to purchase any of these gifts.
Just sit back, put your finger on the “add to cart” button, and start shopping for yourself or your favorite writer.
8 Great Writer Gifts You’ll Want For Yourself
The Nearpow Adjustable Laptop Bed Stand. Do you ever have one of those days where you just don’t feel like getting out of bed? We’ve all been there. With an adjustable writing desk,, you don’t have to! Lie back, put procrastination to rest, and start writing.
The Livescribe Smartpen. That’s right—there are smart pens now! This pen is equipped with an audio-recording technology to make brainstorming and note-taking a breeze. It also digitizes your handwriting and is compatible with almost all smart devices. You’ll never go back to using a regular, non-smart pen again.
The Writer’s Block. If your creative inkwell has run dry, don’t despair—sooner or later, writer’s block happens to everyone. But here’s a Writer’s Block that is actually good for your creativity! With an impressive “786 ideas to jump-start your imagination,” this Writer’s Block promises you’ll never lose a day of writing again!
Spotify Premium. Becoming a Spotify subscriber is one of the best gifts you can give yourself as a writer—especially if you’re a writer who relies on background noise to work. Spotify even has playlists specially curated to improve your writing prowess. With over 30 million songs on this streaming platform to choose from, you’re sure to find something that will rouse your writing muse, including The Writer’s Playlist!
Book Spine Travel Mug. For many authors, coffee is writing fuel. Even if you prefer tea or hot cocoa, now you can enjoy your favorite beverage while flaunting your love of books with this unique travel mug.
Sleekform Kneeling Chair. After hours of writing, have you stood up from your writing desk with a sore neck, back, or shoulders? This ergonomic, posture-corrective seat can keep your spine aligned so you can spend more hours writing comfortably!
Snuggie. Before you start snickering, hear us out: A Snuggie is warmer than a robe and less restrictive than a traditional blanket. This iconic blanket with arms is perfect for writing during the cold winter months. Stay toasty in a Snuggie without having to sacrifice the warmth that ignites your writing fire.
Stephen King’s On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft. Written by one of the most iconic writers of the century, King’s memoir is an informative tell-all on the writing process. Dubbed a “master class” in the art of writing, this book offers both writing tips and inspiration.
And Here’s A Bonus Gift Idea For Writers…
Writer’s Relief Service. Perhaps the greatest gift you can give yourself as a writer is help with researching and targeting the markets for your writing. At Writer’s Relief, we do all the time-consuming research—you just write! Check out our services to find one that best suits your needs.
Question: Which gift is your favorite?