A bookish holiday gift guide–from Quirk Books!

Earlier this month, I was contacted by one of the publicity guru’s over at Quirk Books.    They were reaching out to bloggers to get their Holiday Gift Guide “out there” to the publics.  Since we here at WeAreWordNerds totally have a kind of “publisher-crush” thing going on with Quirk, of COURSE we said yes!

We Said Yes!  More like hell yeah!

So here, I shall present to you…..

QUIRK’S HOLIDAY FLOWCHART: FIND THE PERFECT GIFT

Oh Quirk, you naughty lil literary daemons of enticement, you.

Not only did the Quirk people reach out to me to share their gift guide… UMMM…
THEY SENT ME A GOODY BOX!

That’s right people…

A box…
Of GOODIES…
BOOK GOODIES!!!
ALL.OF.THE.GOODIES!!!!

Don’t hate! *walks of sangin’ “the haters gonna hate, hate, hate, hate, hate…”*

Yeah, pretty sure I have every book on their gift guide now. Say whu?!  That’s right. Now you see why I have this crush thing we were talking about earlier… right?

Anyway, what was I saying?  Oh yeah!

The gift guide of goodness, brought to you by those sexy word slingers over at…. QUIRK BOOKS!  Here are the books mentioned on that guide!  (all links will take you over to QUIRK.

Madeleines by Barbara Feldman Morse

Winter Cocktails by Maria del Mar Sacasa

Haute Dogs by Russell Van Kraayenburg

Craft-A-Day and Pom-Poms by Sarah Goldschadt

Crafting with Cat Hair by Kaori Tsutaya

Sprinkles by Jackie Alpers

Hello Kitty Crochet by Mei Li Lee

Tales From Lovecraft Middle School by Charles Gilman

Kid Presidents by David Stabler

The Nick & Tesla Series by Steve Hockensmith and Science Bob

The Hello Kitty Baking Book by Michele Chen Chock

How to Make Your Cat an Internet Celebrity by Patricia Carlin

Find Momo by Andrew Knapp

William Shakespeare’s Star Wars Trilogy by Ian Doescher

Tic Tac Tome by Willy Yonkers

The Geek’s Guide to Dating by Eric Smith

Horrorstor by Grady Hendrix

World of Trouble by Ben H. WInters

Hollow City by Ransom Riggs

Pride & Prejudice & Zombies by Seth-Grahame Smith and Jane Austen

Jane Austen Cover to Cover by Margaret McSullivan

Princesses Behaving Badly by Linda Rodriguez McRobbie

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Crying by Carol Leifer

How to Make Your Baby an Internet Celebrity by Rick Chillot

 

Check em out, buy em up, throw em on your bed n roll around in em… err… with em. While you’re reading!  Dang, son! Get’cho mind outta the gutter! Can’t you see there are childrens books in the room! GEEZE!

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