As someone who considers gift-giving to be her primary love language, I couldn't be more excited to head into the most loving time of year. Not only do we get to celebrate winter holidays like Christmas and Hanukkah, but also end-of-year birthdays and celebrations. This year we're sharing some of our favorite things to offer you gift ideas for the people you love.Continue reading
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Introverts of the world, we've got you. The holidays may be approaching but you can avoid madding crowds AND Mariah Carey with our handy gift guide below. Get all your shopping done with a few clicks, then go back to what you'd rather be doing this time of year: Curling up under a blanket with a cup of tea and a good book.
It's not that introverts don't like to have fun. We just like to party at home, by ourselves, with a book. Now through midnight on Sunday, Nov 6th, you can get $5 off plus free shipping on all of the bookish gifts in our Society6 Shop, including this "I Like to Party" Mug. $10
You know what's better than books? Books delivered to your doorstep, every month. Click this link to sign up for a new Book of the Month Club account and get a free hardcover book, 30% off your membership, AND a free tote bag. (Only applies to new customers who register through this link.) Starting at $9.99/mo
Add some shine to your holiday table with these foil-printed Get Lit coasters, exclusive to Silent Book Club. Available in several styles and two shades of bling: gold and champagne. Get FREE shipping on all coasters through November 30! $12.99 for a set of 10
Indulge in some library nostalgia with this trompe l'oeil Card Catalog featuring 30 notecards from the Library of Congress. Each card in the set is a replica of the original hand-written cards used to catalogue the literary classics, from Austen to Woolf. Envelopes are included, so all that's missing are those stubby little pencils. $13
And speaking of the library, this tote bag offers some sage advice for any book lover on your list: When in doubt, go to the library. I mean, free books! All year long! Plus, you can never have too many tote bags. Available in three sizes, $18 and up
Buying art for other people can be tricky... unless that person happens to be a bookworm. There's nothing more pleasing to our eye than rows and rows of spines on a shelf. Abstract, figurative, modern, or classic, it doesn't matter. Just give us all the books. This beautiful print by Emily Rickard is available in several sizes starting at $35 framed.
Class up your holiday correspondence with these beautiful, minimalist postcards designed by Obvious State Studio. No hostess can possibly hold a grudge if you send your regrets using the gracious art of letter writing. Au revoir awkward social gatherings! Bibliophilia: 100 Literary Postcards $14
And now that you've cleared your social calendar, how about some cozy socks to keep your toes warm while you sit by the fire? Oh, wait. This was supposed to be a gift guide for other people. Oops. OK, in the spirit of giving (and #socksunday), how about one pair for them, and one pair for you? We think you've earned it. $10
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