Ready or not, the holiday season is in the air — Starbucks's red cups, twinkling Christmas lights, and all. We've already got holiday shopping on the brain, so we're sharing a roundup of gifts for the writers in your life. After all, November is National Novel Writing Month, so if you know any aspiring novelists who need a little nudge to get pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard), gift these to inspire a future Jane Austen. No matter what kind of writer they are, these novel gift ideas are sure to cure a case of writer's block — check them out now!
Look up words in style with a classy gold leather dictionary ($185).
These Moleskine Volant mini ruled notebooks ($6 for two) are easily stashed in a purse for those random bursts of inspiration.
Any fan of Edith Wharton's The Age of Innocence will appreciate this witty Kate Spade book clutch ($328).
Cart your writing materials around in this typewriter tote bag ($20).
For a big-ticket item, gift this USB typewriter computer keyboard ($699) that transforms modern technology into a vintage typewriter.
Living Biographies of Famous Novelists (from $1) is sure to inspire with a look back at the lives of such famous writers as Charles Dickens, Leo Tolstoy, and Mark Twain.
Stephen King's part-memoir, part-instructional book, On Writing ($16), is a must read for any aspiring writer.
A writer hoping to harken back to the days of fountain pens needs a calligraphy set ($7) to add flair to her handwritten notes.
This festive Banderole pencil set ($12) is like a party in your hand!
This Procrastination Pen in a Box ($14) is a funny and practical gift for writers with a tendency to procrastinate.
The hedgehog pencil holder ($32) is an adorable way to keep office supplies handy at your desk.
Write colorfully with this Pigma Micron pen set ($26).
A Jane Austen Paddywax Library Collection candle ($25) is the perfect gift for the late-night scribe who writes by candlelight.
This ceramic typewriter stamp ($14) is the perfect fashion accessory for a writer.
Give a writer some motivational decor with this typewriter keep calm and write on poster ($10).
Start your morning right with this funny writer's mug ($16) featuring the writer's mantra: "Write drunk, edit sober."
These gold foil pocket notebooks ($10 for two) are easy to carry along for note taking but pretty enough to be on desk display.
These Writer's Remedy magnets ($15) are the best for writer's block and just a fun, wordy addition to any magnetic fridge.
This forest desk box ($18-$32) will dress up a desk and keep knickknacks hidden away.
These typewriter notes ($90) are a sweet and simple way to write "hello."
A Jonathan Adler brass squirrel letter opener ($98) meets that perfect balance of form-meets-function with a touch of whimsy.
A steel pencil bookmark clip ($9) is the cutest way to keep track of where you are in a novel.
Does it get any cuter than these got my number two socks ($12)?