Are you looking for an inspirational, cute or quirky gift for a writer or beta reader?
I’ve made you some mugs, book bags, phone cases, clothing and lots of other options. I’ve really enjoyed creating these things, as you can possibly tell by all the pics on this page. I hope you enjoy having a look around.
How does it work? I created these designs and then uploaded them to the Redbubble website. They provide many different products for all kinds of creators. When you order a product, it’s printed specially for you. You order direct from Redbubble, and they pay me a portion of the price. So I get to create things that make me happy, you get a gift you love… and help me eat at the same time. 🙂
Gifts for writers
The first of these is about the magic that flows out of our keyboards – the discoveries and creations.
The second is a subtle design for the writer with a sense of humour and a tendency to procrastinate…
These are good for birthdays and no-reason gifts, but also handy for celebrating those big events that only a writer could really understand:
- Finished the first draft – woohoo!
- Won NaNoWriMo… or started NaNoWriMo even if didn’t finish it!
- Signed by an agent or publisher
- Won an award or shortlisted for an award.
And what about…
- Returned to writing after losing confidence
- Reassurance after a disappointment – that rejection or bad review doesn’t have to be the end.
You might just want a gift for yourself. A tote bag (book bag) to take your notes with you when you work in the library or coffee shop – or a skin for your laptop.
Beta Reader Superhero gifts
I also wanted to create some things we could use as thank-you gifts for our beta readers. They pour an enormous amount of effort into our books.
Depending on your budget you could start with a simple greeting card or move up to all kinds of gorgeous gifts.
There’s two alternatives with Beta Reader Superhero.
- With a lovely pile of books. Possibly a TBR pile?? Actually, I think there may be 10 times that many books in my TBR pile…
- With the superhero dog. He’s wearing glasses a little askew (a la Clark Kent mid-phonebooth) and the Viking hat that all writers need in their toolkit. 😉 A nice option for the dog lover on your beta team.
It will open a new window to take you to my page on the Redbubble website.
Watch the video below for tips on how to find the gift you’re looking for
I put together this tutorial because I’ve found that the Redbubble website is a busy place. I wanted to show you simple steps to find what you want. I possibly should have been wearing high heels and a spokesmodel smile, but hey… 😀
I may or may not have been procrastinating when I created these gifts. 😉 But it was a lot of fun. I hope you enjoy them.
…back to betareadersuperhero.com