…which means that it’s time for Gift Suggestions for the Writer in Your Life. (Even if that writer is you.)
This first one is for musicians, not writers, but artists need to stick together. Eric Owyoung, who’s a producer/composer with the band Future of Forestry, is offering $50 off on tuition for his Music Mentorship Program until Christmas. This can be done as a gift, and you can find more information about the program on his web page.
And then there’s Levengers, purveyors of high-end writing and office gear; this year they have a lot of good stuff, including items below $50, such as this leather flash drive holder with a clip to buckle it onto things. They’ve got pricier stuff, too, like a marble-based iPhone dock or a carved rosewood tablet and book easel.
Or you could just get your writer friend the best fruitcake in the world. Other places may claim that theirs is, in fact, the best, but as far as I’m concerned, the Collin Street Bakery makes the One True Fruitcake, and that’s that.
And then there’s my own Christmas-through-Twelfth-Night annual sale, which I’m saving for another post because I wanted to talk about all these other good people first.