Plotist Writer’s Gift Guide – November 20175 min read

by | Nov 2, 2017 | Gift Ideas, Tips | 0 comments

It’s NaNo month, so in November gifts we celebrate staying awake, the birth of a new baby novel and showing off your storyteller credentials.

A new novel birth card

Forget babies! Why not celebrate the birth of your friend’s new novel? Little Bookish HQ sells these adorable new novel cards to present to a new novelist for their accomplishment. Inside message: “You’ve had, like, a baby out of your head, dude!”

A dungeon master screen

Every serious dungeon master needs to assert their status, so how about gifting them one of these handsome wooden screens from Etsy shop CritIt? All handmade with magnetic panels, the screens range from the affordable to the more dramatic. They also cater to engravings. While you’re browsing CritIt, also check out some of their beautiful dice dungeons and dice chests!

A giant superhero powers poster

Are you riding the new superhero novel wave with Brandon Sanderson and V. E. Schwab? This huge omnibus poster of superhero powers could be the resource chart you need! Pop Chart Lab‘s colourful mega chart maps out an array of superpower categories – mind powers, object manipulation, weapons-based – then breaks them down into individual powers and conjures all your favourite culture characters who embody them.

Spreadable coffee

It’s NaNo month, and the Wrimos that are inclined towards caffeine need their caffeine. But you can’t survive on a liquid diet alone, so grab a bagel and try this spreadable coffee instead!

A mightier than the sword pin

How better to show off your writer credentials than these mightier than the sword pins from Rockcakes? I love these little gems as a simple, quiet and elegant way of signalling your life’s vocation.

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