#1. A waterproof notepad and pencil for when ideas strike them in the shower. And yes, it happens.
#2. A house plant for their writing nook to recycle all the carbon dioxide they emit when they huff and sigh over a plot snag. Studies show clear air is good for the head.
#3. A magic eight ball pen to help with all those tough decisions. Kill the hero? Should they kiss this chapter? Will the villain get caught?
#4. Fingerless gloves for the late cold evenings when everyone else has gone to bed. This pair was made for me by my writer buddy, Jane Lebak. If you follow her on twitter she might make you a pair too.
#6. Buy one of their books then write a glowing review on Goodreads. Make sure you use big words and sound official.
#7. A typewriter t-shirt! You can get yours from @PoisonPearHFX.
Buy her awesome stuff on-line here.
#8. A mug with an inspirational message. "Don't give up on us! Love, your characters"
You can get one from David's teas. Check it out here.
Encouragement. All it takes sometimes is the simplest, 'you can do this' to make a difference in a writer's day.