Make calls on Skype. Download Swiss train timetables. Record interviews. This little gift just keeps on giving—wherever you are in the world.
Two: Noise cancelling headphones
Concentrate on long-haul flights. Concentrate at an ad agency. Or just live in a little English bubble.
Three: Airline miles
Got a lot of miles piling up and don’t know what to do with them? Now you do.
Four: Book Depository Gift Certificate
Free shipping, worldwide. This means a writer abroad can divide big orders into smaller ones to avoid customs charges without having to pay more for shipping. Oh, the things we think about.
Five: A taste of home
Kraft Mac & Cheese. Jif peanut butter. Duncan Hines brownie mix. Need I say more?
Six: Magazine subscription
When your phone bill, local newspaper, and bank statement are all in German, an English magazine in your mailbox is like Christmas.
Seven: AvantGuild Membership
MediaBistro is a useful site for many writers abroad. With an AvantGuild membership, they can gain access to exclusive content like how to pitch articles and discounts on online classes.
Eight: Online Writing Class
Give a gift where English is a given: on the Internet.
Nine: Skype Credit
Get the writer in your life to stop writing and start talking. For about $30, your writer can call unlimited landlines or cell phones in the United States for an entire year. Including yours.
Ten: Moleskine Notebook
What writer doesn’t need one of these? You can even give them a City Notebook for their adopted home.
Ok writers, what do you want that I've forgotten?