The holidays are already in full swing at my house. Since we celebrate both Hanukkah and Christmas, we started decorating and buying gifts weeks ago. But never fear. You still have plenty of time left.
Since we're all consumers here, ones who read, I thought I'd run down some of this year's best gifts for literature lovers!
The Book Clock - Put it in a spot far from your comfy reading chair so you don't realize just how much time you've spent indulging in your favorite pass time!
Personal Library Kit - For those who love to loan books out -- and to get them back!
Kindle Paperwhite - one of the ebook readers I'm lusing over. The other is the Kindle Fire.
Game of Thrones Book Collection - For my fellow GoT fans, the four-book bundle.
Front-Connect Reading Glasses - I admit it -- I'm at that age where I need them and I am forever hunting down one of the half dozen pairs I keep around the house. Better to keep them around my neck!
LED Book Light - Say you want to read in bed, but your partner wants to sleep. Voila! Now you can both get what you want!
Bed Rest Reading Pillow - Along the same lines as the book light, only better!
Nook HD - another ebook reader I'd love to own.
Floating Book Shelf - An inexpensive way to display your books.
What about you? Are there any items aimed at readers on your list this year?
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