My family claims I am hard to buy for, an observation obviously proves they don't know me very well. A writer is one of the easiest/cheapest creatures to shop for. To prove my point, I made a list of Dollar Tree, a store noted for it's every-item-a-dollar sales model, purchases that would warm the writer heart and fill a gift bag (also available at Dollar Tree) for under twenty bucks.
Can a writer ever have enough notebooks? I say absolutely not. Notebooks with inspiring quotes. Spiral notebooks. Composition books. The Dollar Tree has them all.
Fill one with coffee or for a plot twist, use it for tea or hot cocoa.
For the writer who doesn't waste time doing their hair.
Ambience. It's a cool word and a comforting inspiration.
Warm toes lead to a warmed-up, ready to write brain.
Whether you're going for cute or straight-up function, you can find an assortment in the store. You can even get pencils, highlighters, or markers for the perfect writer tool kit.
Perfect for plot notes or character cards. You can even get rubber bands, folders, or organizers to keep all of your cards straight.
Why? Because it's chocolate.
Or tea. Or hot cocoa. Remember to think outside the pot, you're a writer.
Treats to fill you up and keep you going. And they fit neatly into your desk, one excellent writer gift you can't buy at the Dollar Tree.
Pictures, plaques, magnets...look for the inspiration, it's everywhere!