As a cuteness addict I have an extensive list of cute things on my wishlist. If it has a heart, owl, fox, whale, unicorn or narwhal you can be sure I am going to like it. If you are looking for cute gifts for someone who appreciates the adorable things in life here is a good place to start: 1. Sweet Marshmallow Mug Set, 2. Cuddle Buddy Puzzle Page Marker, 3. Owl Keep A Secret Jar, 4. My Milk Toof Book, 5. Hello Kitty 21009 Sing-A-Long Karaoke, 6. Hedgehog Dryer Balls
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I love shopping for my book worms. They are so easy to shop for because anything that resembles a book will make them happy – literally. If you haven’t found any book looking gifts don’t worry. Any gift that make a reference to one of their favorite authors or books will be even better. Here are some great examples of gifts for book snobs: 1. Literary iPhone Cases, 2. Eyeglass Pillowcase – Set of 2, 3. Literary Art Kindle Fire Case, 4. Index Finger Page-markers, 5. Personal Library Kit, 6. Floating Books Wall Shelf
You can’t replace the feeling of sitting at a typewriter and feeling the weight of each key like a true writer. The upside of using a USB typewriter vs. a real typewriter is you save a bunch of trees and editing your work is much easier. Just pull up your latest draft on Word and type away your editor’s suggestions or not. Ignore your editor, keep going in the direction you were thinking from the start. The usbtypewriter Etsy shop has got you covered in that front.
If you are looking for a gift for someone who likes Banksy then look no further than the DVD Exit Through the Gift Shop. It will blow their mind and leave them confused for a couple of days. Once the haze clears they will appreciate Banksy’s cleverness from an entire new perspective. In the meantime, we leave you to spiral down these graffiti gift ideas: 1. Mayday: The Art Of Shepard Fairey, 2. K-12 Paint Marker by KRINK, 3. K-42 Paint Marker by KRINK, 4. Banksy: Wall and Piece, 5. Banksy: Exit Through the Gift Shop, 6. Graffiti Cocktail Shaker, 7. The Black Mop by KRINK
Gail Carriger’s Parasol Protectorate Series:
Vampires? Check. Ghosts? Yup. Werewolves? Hell yeah! Best of all, a steam punk, parasol loving heroine :) The Parasol Protectorate Series has it all for us paranormal book worms. Gail Carriger quickly became one of my favorite authors. I read her first book of the Protectorate Series, Soulless, in 2 days. I took an instant liking to Alexia Tarabotti, our clever and pragmatic soulless heroine. She is witty, fashionable and has no patience for social faux-paus or dim-wits, particularly her step sisters and mother.
You’ll be devastated when you finish the series because your will be left craving for more. The best cure for the-end-of-a-great-series-blues is to hunt for another great book. I find most of my books from Felicia Day’s Goodreads recommendations. She is smart, funny and <3′s the same books I do :) I also follow her Vaginal Fantasy book club, where Felicia, Bonnie Burton, Kiala Kazabee and Veronica Belmont discuss every month books that range from Urban Paranormal to Historical Romance. I love their easy going and funny chats about smutty, paranormal books. I’m usually not able to see their google hangouts live because they’re at 11p.m. E.S.T but they always post their hangouts on youtube a couple of days later.
Feel free to post in the comments your favorite urban paranormal book.
Julie West started out as a traditional media artist – using primarily acrylic, gouache, and technical pens. After spending a few years working as a print and web designer, various computer and design related elements began to surface in her work. Now her work is created with traditional means about half of the time – the rest being digital or a combination of the two.
Here are some of her brilliant collaborations: 1. Mr. Lion mousepad for Poketo, 2. Julie West Chubby Book for Pinkghost, 3. Julie West Artist Bags for Jansport, 4. Julie West Tea Set for Click for Art, 5. Raindrop Girl Mugo Player, 6. Julie West UK Dunny for Kidrobot, 7. Julie West Artist Series Sunglasses for Angel Eyewear
Bookworms tend to be easy to shop for. With social reading sites like Good Reads it is simple to find out what is on their wishlist and the type of books they like. If a book seems too obvious here are a few ideas they will be excited about. 1. Nook by Barnes & Nobles, 2. Graphic Novels, 3. Mc Sweeny’s Subscription , 4. Vintage Typewriter, 5. Typewriter Brooch, 6. Reprinted Penguin Classics, 7. Personal Library Kit