I might be biased, but I always think that a book makes a great gift. It’s a thoughtful gift that can be enjoyed for many years to come.

Here is a collection of books that might just appeal to someone you know…

50 Ways to Wear Accessories

For those fashionista’s who love nothing better than piecing together an outfit with those all important accessories, then they might find this treasure trove really useful. It’s packed with inspiration and lots of fun illustrations that show how to achieve each look, advice on different ways to wear each featured item and style, aswell as tips on mixing and matching different pieces.

Men and Manners

Perhaps someone might fancy this one? An amusing read for the discerning male and can suit different generations.

Calm the Chaos

I’m always on the look out for journals and diaries that might make my life a little more organised. If you feel overwhelmed on a regular basis, then chances are that you know someone that feels the same. This daily journal helps calm our inner chaos. It’s filled with lots of easy to follow prompts every day, that includes self care and goal setting. This would make a really thoughtful gift.

Remember It!

]Nelson Dellis found existing memory improvement guides to be lacking, so he decided to write a book that is approachable and fun and based around what people actually need to remember.  This teaches you how to make the most of your memory using his competition-winning techniques makes improving your memory simple and fun.

100 Creative Days of Drawing

For creative sorts then this 100 Days of Drawing from Abrams and Chronicle will appeal to artistic souls. Each day there are prompts to draw something new and help reach goals – ideal for starting afresh in January.

Beyond the Map 

Alastair Bonnett uncovers the stories of 39 extraordinary places. From emerging islands, disruptive enclaves, ghostly runnles and hidden landscapes. A book with plenty of intrigue for a travellers mind.

Must I Repeat Myself?

This book features some of the best unpublished letters from The Daily Telepgraph and gives them the centre stage tjat they so richly deserve. Every subject under the sun is speculated upon, from the rubbish on television these days to the way our MPs behave.

The Natural Baker

This one is for the bakers. It’s packed with loads of really yummy looking recipes, but it’s all based on using good, natural ingredients. Right up the street of a sweet toothed person who is wanting to focus on more nourishing ingredients such as wholegrain flour. It is full of unique bakes that are actually good for you!

I hope I have given you some inspiration here! I have also included some lovely booked for children in this book gift guide.

Nb. These books were kindly sent for the purpose of this gift guide.