21 Gifts for Book-Loving Women – That Aren’t Books!
Ah, the holidays! Or, as we like to call it here at Enya’s Attic, the do-nothing-but-eat-and-read-days!
Still, while we might hope to be given enough books to see us through to the New Year (at least!!) it’s nice to get other gifts too.
So, that’s why we’ve put together a fun and interesting gift guide for book-loving women – that aren’t actually books.
There’s a number of reading-related items such as our mini-reading light, perfect for that midnight just-one-more-chapter moment!
And we’ve also added in accessories that put some of the most important women writers in history front and center.
Check it out, and whether you're buying gifts for others or treating yourself to something special this Christmas-time, you're sure to find the perfect present right here.
The Austen "A" on this tote bag is from the 1813 first edition of Pride and Prejudice currently held at the British Library.
Eco-friendly, Sappho-Quoting... what more could you want? (the quote says: "Beauty endures only for as long as it can be seen; goodness, beautiful today, will remain so tomorrow.")
100% cotton, pre-shrunk for lasting fit. For the wild and book-lovin'.
Cozy up on your couch with these silky, wrinkle-resistant cushion covers emblazoned with an original illustration from Charlotte Brontë’s adored gothic novel, Jane Eyre.
Two different illustrations by Edmund H.Garrett, from the 1897 edition of 'Jane Eyre'
Super-soft, 100% organic cotton crop tee in heather gray or white, and featuring wise words from beloved author, Jane Austen ("It isn't what we say or think that defines us - but what we do.")
A choice of good-sized, ceramic mugs with literary quotes to remind you why you love to read.
A fun, quirky gift for any woman with a love of the classics. One pair features an original illustration from Little Women of our much-loved Jo March "falling into a vortex" (i.e. writing furiously at her desk). While others are perfect stocking stuffers for fans of Jane Austen.
Made from 100% cotton jersey with a mid-scoop neck, and a message that clearly says "don't f**k with this reader." Choice of 5 gorgeous colors.
Rain-resistant weekend travel bag featuring England’s first female professional writer, Aphra Behn. Perfect for overnight clothes, books, and with a handy, separate compartment for shoes.
Soft but strong recycled organic cotton and GOTS labeled polyester tote, perfect for shopping, book and laptop-carrying, and more.
Read your favorite book in comfort with this mini clip LED light. Lightweight and portable, it's great for traveling.
Beautiful cotton canvas prints of the covers of two 20th century classics. Hang them above a console table or propped up on a wall shelf to bring a sense of style and calm to any part of the house.
Anne, Charlotte, and Emily may have had a hard time keeping dry out on the Yorkshire moors. But you can have a little more shelter when you’re caught in the rain with this custom-made umbrella featuring the 1834 portrait painted by their brother, Branwell.Square in shape with a beautiful glossy finish, this pack of five cards is also printed on environmentally-responsible paper. Some of the greatest poets to come out of the 20th century include Anne Sexton, Sylvia Plath, Elizabeth Bishop, Gwendolyn Brooks and Nikki Giovanni. Brandish their names with pride.
Both edgy and classy, this roomy Boston handbag has a creamy pink recurring motif of a rare image of one of America's greatest poets.Flopsy, Mopsy, Peter Rabbit, Benjamin Bunny, and Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle? Drinking from these two mugs featuring the exquisite illustrations of children's novelist Beatrix Potter reminds us there's still magic and wonder in the world.
Christmas is coming and the Christina Rossetti poems are coming out. This table runner (which has matching table mats) features lines from the much-loved "In the Bleak Mid-winter, (Published posthumously as A Christmas Carol.)
Featured Image Source: Eddy Ballardi at Eddy Ballardi Photographer