#1: Maid Service
#2: This Write Your Story Ring
#3: The perfect, satisfying, wraps-up-all-the-threads-in-an-amazing-way ending
#4: A personal chef
#5: A bounce house (to keep the wee ones busy)
#6: Bubble wrap suits for kids to keep them from hurting each other in the bounce house.
#7: Nurse on staff to take care of the accidents that will probably still happen in the bounce house.
#8: A fine collection of fingerless gloves (MerryGKnitCrochet, Handicraftland, Handmaknit)
#9: Thumb book holder (these are absolutely brilliant!)
#10: A home library modeled after the Gladstone Library in Wales.
#11: A trip to Wales to stay in the Gladstone Library. (Yes! You can stay overnight!)
#12: Comfy hoodies
#13: Audible subscription
#14: A cottage in the mountains
#15: Chocolate (aka writing fuel)
#17: Write more pencils
#18: Time (better get this one biggie sized)
What’s on your wish list?
Erin Shakespear writes middle grade fantasy full of quirky creatures, magic, and strange adventures. With six kids, her days are also full of quirky creatures, magic, strange adventures, and…loads of diapers. She also likes to dabble at photography, sewing, and pretending she’s a grand artist.
2 thoughts on “A Writer’s Christmas Wish List”
This is a great list. haha Especially the part about the bounce house. I'm so excited because my mom is knitting me fingerless gloves for Christmas.
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