Need Some Writing Gifts for that Writer in Your Life (You, Perhaps)?

Writer's Digest's Christmas & Holiday Gifts for Writers is filled with great writing gift ideas that will not only help any aspiring author write better, but also take that big step to land a literary agent and get published. Click here to check it out.
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Choosing holiday gifts for writers can be fun, but can also be a bit of a challenge. That's why we're here to help. Writer's Digest's Christmas & Holiday Gifts for Writers is filled with great writing gift ideas that will not only help any aspiring author write better, but also take that big step to land a literary agent and get published. Items on this list include books on writing, software to help you outline a manuscript, market listings of agents and publishers (and guidelines on how to submit to them), a complete blueprint to getting published, gift cards to the Writer's Digest Shop and more.

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With collections that bundle together popular writing essentials like How to Blog a Book and Writing 21st Century Fiction, it's the perfect holiday gift guide to help you give that writer in your life the best present of all—a chance to take his or her writing career to the next level. Check out this online catalog of Christmas & Holiday Gifts for Writers and pick up a gift today.

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