Gift ideas for writers and their co-workers

The season of gift giving has arrived. Here are 13 ideas for gag gifts and meaningful tokens to honor communicators and their more taciturn colleagues.

The season of gift giving is here.

This year, remember to think of all your co-workers, not just your fellow writers and editors. From useless gag gifts and goodies to more thoughtful presents, here are 13 ideas. It’s never too early to find the perfect gift.

1. Scrabble Flash
Shuffle five electronic tiles to create as many words as possible in 60 seconds. The tiles keep time and track your score, and the game can be set for individual or group play.

2. Tacocat T-shirt

A wearable gift for fans of palindromes.

3. “Nope” T-shirt

To wear when you’re having one of those days.

4. “Friends don’t let friends use Comic Sans” T-shirt

A gift that’s also friendly advice.

5. Paper print tea towels

Hand-made towels designed to look like notebook paper, graph paper, or handwriting paper.

6. Slate 2.0 laptop desk

A writer’s accessory with room for your laptop, mouse, and smartphone.

7. Unicorn slippers

Perfect to wear while you’re working from home.

8. Killer bunny slippers

Perfect to wear anytime.

9. Stipulations
A party game for the co-worker who finds something negative to say about everything.

10. 100 books scratch-off poster

See how many you’ve read and build your future reading list.

11. Iconic jewelry store box with a lump of coal

A gift for that special someone in your office.

12. A set of holiday lights and alphabet decals

A nod to their love of Stranger Things.

13. Eddard Stark mobile case

A gesture that acknowledges their inner nerd.

Any other gift ideas, PR Daily readers?

Laura Hale Brockway is an Austin-based writer and editor and a regular contributor to PR Daily. Read more of her work at .

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