The ultimate funny shirt for writers: I’m a Fiction Writer – Yes, I’m poor; No, I don’t wish I wrote ___; Yes, I’m aware that no one reads anymore; No, I’m not drunk.
Leggings for the woman who writes. The word “WRITER” is printed in white typewriter-style letters on both legs.
A classic gift idea: a necklace with a black, antique typewriter and the word “writer”
An editing /revision design. “Don’t you forget to carefully edit your writing.” Edited, the sentence reads, “Don’t forget to edit.”
A writer clock for your office. Instead of numbers, the clock says “writing time” in a circle. It has a worn paper look with a black typewriter. You can even customize the words on the typewriter paper.
What writer wouldn’t love this dartboard? Take a shot, make a plot. This tongue-in-cheek game board offers story prompts and character motivation ideas for when you’re stuck with writer’s block. Throw a dart and you have your story all worked out!
Hang this novelty basketball hoop over the trashcan and it becomes the perfect receptacle for rejection letters. “Insert rejection letters here.”
This unique, pretty poster shows a ship made out of a book, complete with book birds, a paper dragonfly and balloon and some sea creatures. The Emily Dickinson quote says, “There is no Frigate like a Book / To take us Lands away.”
Correct everyone’s grammar with this funny and slightly macabre t-shirt. “Let’s eat, Timmy” is correct at the dinner table. “Let’s eat Timmy” is correct on a raft in the ocean.
This pretty, brightly-colored bookshelf pattern will spruce up your Kindle case. On the front, you can even add your name to personalize it.
This writer bag design shows a skull with the word “writer” drawn into it. Instead of crossbones, it has crossed quill pens.
I’m silently correcting your grammar? No. Be less passive-aggressive with this farcical button: I’m violently correcting your grammar. One stick figure shoots the other with an arrow.
I’m Plotting to Kill You (in my novel) This grungy, vintage-looking button is perfect for mystery or horror writers.
If you’d rather get your writer friend a practical gift, look no further than these book-promotion business cards. Of course, you’ll need their book cover image and their short blurb. If you know all the details, nothing is more useful for a book writer than a stack of business cards to help spread the word. All text and background colors are customizable.
If the query letters are piling up and you want to send a gift to cheer up a rejected writer, this 2 lb bar of chocolate should help. It says in fancy type: Chocolate: the Confection that Cures Rejection. Add a personal note, too.
If your friend or relative writes constantly and has a sense of humor, this mug might be the perfect present. A little understanding of Infinite Monkey Theorem might help, too.