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Gift Ideas for the Writer in Your Life by Rebecca Heflin

from the very talented Rebecca Heflin! Enjoy these gift ideas for the writer in your life…

Untitled designIt’s the holidays once again! I don’t know about you, but I have no idea where 2018 went. Seems like I had just put the Christmas decorations away when it was time to take them out again. With four days left for Hanukkah, and with Christmas right around the corner, we’re all frantically searching for gifts for those special someones in our lives. If you have a writerly special someone in your life, here are my top 5 gift suggestions. And if you’re the writer in your life, treat yourself (or drop some hints to your loved ones).

  1. Craft or Reference Books

I’m of a mind no one can have too many craft or reference books. Check your writer’s bookshelf for these indispensable books I swear by:

The Emotion Thesaurus: A Writer’s Guide to Character Expression by Angela Ackerman and Becca Puglisi. In fact, all of their thesauruses are a…

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Gift Ideas for the Writer in Your Life by Rebecca Heflin

from the very talented Rebecca Heflin! Enjoy these gift ideas for the writer in your life…

Untitled designIt’s the holidays once again! I don’t know about you, but I have no idea where 2018 went. Seems like I had just put the Christmas decorations away when it was time to take them out again. With four days left for Hanukkah, and with Christmas right around the corner, we’re all frantically searching for gifts for those special someones in our lives. If you have a writerly special someone in your life, here are my top 5 gift suggestions. And if you’re the writer in your life, treat yourself (or drop some hints to your loved ones).

  1. Craft or Reference Books

I’m of a mind no one can have too many craft or reference books. Check your writer’s bookshelf for these indispensable books I swear by:

The Emotion Thesaurus: A Writer’s Guide to Character Expression by Angela Ackerman and Becca Puglisi. In fact, all of their thesauruses are a…

View original post 462 more words

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