List under the jump:-
1. Literary Listography
2. Jezebel Charms
3. Recluse - just stay home
4. Kate Rowland Brooches
5. Game of Thrones ruled journal
Another Game of Thrones idea - but the series is so popular I think it's justified. Write down your plot to conquer Westeros in this Targaryen notebook. There is all Houses available if your loyalty lies elsewhere.
6. Book that Changed the World, Andrew Taylor
It can be a gamble buying a bibliophile a book, as no doubt their shelves are stuffed already, so why not get them a book about books. This looks at books that have made an impact through history, and changed history, for example Uncle Tom's Cabin which galvanised the American anti-slavery campaign.
7. Clockwork Orange tote bag
You can never have enough tote bags when you're carting books to and from the library. This clockwork orange tote bag would be warmly received by fans of the book or film.
9. The Reading Woman 2015 wall calendar
The artwork in this calendar is beautiful, it makes me want to put on a flower crown and read a book in a meadow (on second thoughts it's a bit cold for that).
10. give the gift of reading
Something a bit different - why not make a donation to the National Literacy Trust on behalf of someone this Christmas. You can make a single donation or set up a direct debit. The National Literacy Trust is a charitable organisation that helps improve literacy in the UK by working with disadvantaged adults and children. If your a bibliophile you know the joy and escapism that can be found in the pages of books- give other people the same opportunity this Christmas.