Let’s Talk Bookish: Books as Gifts

Hello and happy Sunday! This post is a few days late, but I’m so excited for the topic. There were so many amazing participants this week, and I always love seeing so many bloggers participating in LTB! Anyways, let’s get into this discussion about books as gifts!

Let’s Talk Bookish is a weekly bookish meme created by Rukky @ Eternity Books and has been hosted by me since April of 2022! Each Friday, there is a discussion topic for bloggers to write about. This week’s topic is books as gifts (suggested by Hannah @ Hannah’s Library).


Do books make good gifts? Do you ever give or receive books as gifts?

I think that books make great gifts! You can give someone any type of book, and if you know someone who’s a reader, then a book will be a perfect gift!

I get books as gifts a lot because everyone in my life knows I love to read!! And I give books as gifts a ton. I have lots of friends who like to read, and I love picking books for people, especially when its ones I specifically think they’ll like.

Would you rather receive a book from your wish list or be surprised?

I don’t have a wish list, and I love being surprised with new books! Although my parents usually know about books that I really really want, since I talk about books nonstop. For my birthday this year, I got a copy of Foul Lady Fortune from my mom, and that was one that I’ve been wanting since it came out, so that was more of a wish list category one. I honestly don’t think I have a preference for being surprised or wish list. Both are fun!

Would you expect someone to read a book you got them right away?

Definitely not! I try to, but I definitely don’t always read books I get as gifts right away. And, I wouldn’t expect anyone else to immediately jump into a book or anything. I do love talking about books with people when they do read them, if it’s a book I’ve read before. That’s always really fun!!

This week’s posts:

Lotus @ Pages of Starlight | Fives @ Down the Rabbit Hole | Kathryn @ Kathryn Books | Elli @ Ace Reader | Dini @ Dini Panda Reads | Hannah @ Hannah’s Library | Ruby @ Ruby Reads and Reviews | Raji @ Worlds Unlike Our Own Jillian @ Jillian the Bookish Butterfly | Kristina @ Books and Dachshunds

Thanks so much to everyone who participated, and don’t forget to go and discover some new blogs! If I missed your post, let me know in the comments so I can add it up here! And, if you don’t want your post linked up here, or you want your blog linked differently just let me know.

Do you like getting books as gifts? Do you give books as gifts a lot? Would you expect someone to read a book you got them right away? Chat with me in the comments below!

7 thoughts on “Let’s Talk Bookish: Books as Gifts

  1. Mine isnt listed, must’ve not linked properly 😅 here’s the link: https://books-and-dachshunds.com/lets-talk-bookish-%e2%9e%99-books-as-gifts/

    So far out of the two I read, i’m the only one favorising the voucher instead 😅 maybe because my brain can give me so many barriers (no fantasy- or very light for exemple), and im also a mood reader. So unless you know for sure what my taste is like, or I gave you a specific book to buy, I do prefer the money to pick it myself :p

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    1. For some reason I haven’t been getting notifications from your posts – what platform is your blog on? Maybe that’s where the problem is. But thanks for letting me know, and thanks for participating!!

      And that makes sense – I definitely know my own reading tastes best!

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  2. I think books make great gifts, too! I know people are always worried about getting me a book I’ve already read, but that logic works with any type of gift. Doesn’t stop me from getting ten pairs of socks every year, lol!

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