Bookish Gift Guide

It’s Christmas time again! I love it. Christmas shopping is one of my favorite things to do. Today I wanted to share a few things that the book lover in your life will love. Let’s get started on my Bookish Gift Guide.

Subscription Boxes

Bookish Gift Guide

Subscription boxes are a great option for book lovers. It is a fun way to stay connected with the book community, plus you get fun bookish merch. I enjoy The Bookish Shop subscription boxes, but there are a ton of great options out there such as OwlCrate, LitJoy Crate, and FairyLoot. Each box has a monthly theme and fandom items related to that theme. Then you also get a popular new release.

If your book lover isn’t interested in bookish merch Book of the Month is the way to go. Each monthly box is $14.99 for new and early release books. If you buy a yearly subscription it’s even cheaper. I’ve been a member of Book of the Month for a couple of months now and I really love it. The selection has been great!

Funko Pops

Edgar Allan Poe Funko Bookish Gift Guide

Funko Pops are an awesome gift for book lovers. There are so many awesome book related Funko Pops. My personal favorites are the Edgar Allan Poe and Stephen King ones. If the person your buying for is also a movie buff there are plenty of movie related Funko Pops to choose from. Plus, Books a Million is having a buy two, get one free sale this week. It’s a great time to stock up.

If you can’t find a Funko Pop to suit your taste don’t forget to look on Etsy. They have a ton of customized Funko Pops.

Merch from Indie Bookstores

Bookish Gift Guide

Visiting indie bookshops is a huge treat to me. We don’t have any near us, so usually I plan my vacations around bookshops I want to visit. Two of my favorite are Parnassus Books in Nashville and E. Shaver, Bookseller in Savannah. Both shops have great gift cards and store merchandise. I know I would personally love to be gifted a mug from one of my favorite stores. It would be like revisiting a great memory.

Comfort Items

Bookish Gift Guide

Blankets, reading wraps, and socks are always a great option for readers. There is nothing better than a great book and a blanket on a cold winter night. Trust me, they will appreciate it.

So that wraps up my Bookish Gift Guide for this year. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! books, toys, tech, & more.

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