Monday, November 26, 2018

GUEST POST: BOOKISH GIFT IDEAS from LITERARY BOOK GIFTS

Looking for gift ideas for the bookish persons in your life, check out the latest post by Literary Book Gifts. 


There is a lot to love about gift giving. The selecting, wrapping, giving of gifts to a loved one is a fun activity. Watching their expression while when they undo the ribbons and rip open the wrapping paper to find a specially selected unique gift picked out just for them is priceless. Most would agree that being on the receiving end is just as rewarding!
To get you in the spirit of gifts and holiday festivities, here are a few bookish gift ideas. Designed with care and lovingly created, each and every item is meant to bring a smile to a the face of any reader, writer, or bibliophile.

Jane Austen wrote Pride and Prejudice in 1813. To this day it remains one of the best loved and most widely read novels of all time. This design is fit for any fan of Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy's love story or romance in general. The graphic shows a well dressed Mr. Darcy bending down to kiss the hand of a Elizabeth. The antique writing is fitting for such an iconic classic novel.

The Brothers Grimm's The Grimms' Fairy Tales remains the basis for many of today's retold and remastered modern day fairy tales. The first volume included stories such as Rapunzel, Cinderella, and Rumpelstiltskin. This golden print is an ode to the past re-tellings of these beloved tales.

Emily Dickinson wrote 'Hope is the thing with feathers', a poem with such subtle yet with powerful imagery. This tote bag comes in three sizes and is a delightful gift for any reader, perfect for carrying around books everywhere they go.
Each of these gifts and more are available at Literary Book Gifts, a small online company devoted to delivering special bookish gifts straight to your doorstep.

The code TotallyAddictedtoReading20 can be used at checkout to receive 20% off on any order. There is no minimum necessary and this coupon code does not expire.

Written by Melissa Chan, designer of the items at Literary Book Gifts, and lifelong reader.



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