Friday, December 11, 2009
Gift ideas for writers - Payne
‘Tis the season. Looking for some good gift ideas for writers? Here is just a sampling of what you can put in your writer’s stocking this Christmas:
* A good set of dependable pens
* Lovely notebooks
* An ergonomic keyboard
* Kindle or Sony e-reader
* Magnetic poetry
* Books on writing
* An inspirational coffee mug
* A nice candle
* Speech recognition software
* A laptop
* A maid, a cook and a chauffeur
* A quiet private writing retreat
Have any other ideas for Santa?
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