When it comes to buying Christmas gifts there is always one person who you struggle to find the perfect present for. Find out who some of our fabulous Bookends authors struggle to buy for…
Elizabeth Gill, author of Snow Angels
We all are. I think we have everything, we are so lucky. We tend to buy one another tickets and outings. Last year my daughter bought me tickets to the opera and ballet in Budapest. I keep asking for Brad Pitt and a Ferarri but it never happens.
Kirstie Allsopp, author of Kirstie’s Real Kitchen
Ben, my other half. He’d rather I didn’t buy him a present at all!
Rosanna Ley, author of The Little Theatre By The Sea
My mother – there is nothing she wants. Really. Nothing.
Della Parker, author of The Reading Group
My stepson because we have a “present challenge” – which is to ask each other for the most awkward present possible. One year I asked him for a second hand milk churn and he asked me for a nodding dog.
Emily Phillips, author of Trying
My little brother James. He’s much cooler than me and I never want to get it wrong. Which is why I always leave his gift until last to make it even more difficult for myself.
Helen Wallen, author of Baby Boom
ME. I mostly tell people to get me vouchers or keep hold of the receipt…