Christmas is coming up, and if you’re anything like me, you like to procrastinate on everything including getting people gifts. Every week, I tell myself that I still have enough time to get everyone a gift, but all of a sudden it’s already Christmas and I hadn’t even started shopping. If you’re in this exact situation, I would strongly suggest you start shopping now because those gifts aren’t going to wait for you in stores or online.
Anywho, if you are having trouble finding your bookworm a gift, I thought of a couple things you could consider. Most of these things I would like as an avid reader myself, so I assumed that other bookworms would also want these things.
Book Box Subscriptions
Book subscriptions can get a bit pricey, but it’s a pretty unique gift, in my opinion. Plus, you don’t have to do any work because the subscription service does it all for you! All you have to do is choose how many months you want to subscribe, pay, and add the address of your bookworm. They’re bound to love it.
The most common subscription box I’ve seen circulating the bookosphere is Owl Crate (Owl Crate’s September 2016 box featured to the left). There are many more out there, and you can find one that perfectly suits that certain someone.
Funko Pop figurines
These figurines are a cute gift. What I like most about the Funko Pop figurines is that you could gift it to anyone. Funko not only makes characters from movies but also from TV shows. They can be given to a small child, but they could also be given to adults. Anyone who has a favorite movie or TV show is bound to find something they like.
(part of the Harry Potter collection featured to the left)
This can range from clothes, fan art, to mugs. Here are a couple famous websites you could check out:
Out of Print (online clothing store)
If all else fails, you could get him/her a book. You can’t go wrong with that. Just make sure that they either haven’t already read it or own it.
And if you can’t even decide what the heck to get this person, just get them a gift card to their favorite store. Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Half Price Books, or any of the bookish online stores that I mentioned above are a few of the many places you could get your bookworm a gift card.
What would you like for Christmas (if you celebrate it)?
What else do you think should be on this list?
Until next time….