Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge: Best Non-Book Gifts for Readers

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As you might soon notice, I prefer to give and receive practical gifts.

Replacement Batteries for E-Readers

Depending on the type of e-reader one uses and how often one uses it, the batteries for them may only last a couple of months. It’s always a good idea to have a spare battery or two in case a device cuts out.

Waterproof Cases

Reading in the bathtub is one of my favourite self-care activities after a hard day. This is a much more relaxing activity if your phone, e-reader, or other device won’t be ruined if you accidentally drop it in the tub!

Three clear glass teacups stacked on top of each other. Each one contains a small amount of tea, and they're sitting next to a clear glass teapot that is half full of tea.Tea

I feel like I talk about tea every time the topic of bookish gifts comes up!

This is a great idea because it is a consumable present and fits all sorts of dietary restrictions.


When I read paper books, I sometimes need to scrounge around for things like old receipts to use as bookmarks. Actual bookmarks tend to be much nicer to look at!


18 Responses to Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge: Best Non-Book Gifts for Readers

  1. I have a number of leftover cards that I use for bookmarks – things from games that are mostly lost, a few little art cards, and like that.

    And of course Tea is always a good answer. Doesn’t even matter what the question was.

    My answers are here – thanks for stopping by!

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