I do my best to avoid all that and do my shopping online. I hope no one starts plotting my death when I say I'm almost done already. But before you call a hitman, I'm here to help. Below is a list of my favorite gifts for writers this year, and you can get them without having to put on your steel-toed boots.
Illustrator and Artist, Chet Phillips, created this unique line of prints of our favorite authors as cats and dogs. The detail on these is amazing, and the colors are extremely vibrant. Each portrait has a unique name too, like Jane Pawsten (featured) and Snarls Dickens. At only $18.00 these prints are a steal.
I especially like this because bystanders will think I'm reading War & Peace when in fact I'm reading City of Glass on my Kindle. What a novel idea... (see what I did there?) ...to make your e-books look like books. It's a little pricey at $50.00, but a great gift for someone who has everything except for a Kindle cover.
A great stocking stuffer! Not that I would ever condone the burning of a book, but this plastic and very safe bookmark gives the impression that what you're reading is HOTT. At only $2.99, you can get one for every reader on your list.