7 Bookstagrammers To Follow

Dec 12, 2017

These days I end up finding books to read on Instagram. There are some really great bookstagrams out there and each one has their own little niche. Here are a few book Instagrammers to follow to find your next favorite read!

@booksonherbrain

Lauren is one of the fastest readers on Instagram! She’s always posting new reads and recent favorites. Follow for fiction, popular reads, memoirs, and suspense.

@WellReadBlackGirl

Well Read Black Girl shines a spotlight on the talented women of the African Diaspora. Also, make sure to check out their list of top 50 books of 2017.

@phillybookclub

This is where I post my recent reads and favorite books! I started Philly Book Club a year ago and it has opened up such an incredibly community of fellow bookworms. I love sharing my love for reading, discovering new reads, and dicussing books with fellow readers! Follow for memoirs, thrillers, and feminist reads.

@ambersb_

Amber works in tourism PR and also writes the blog Space on Third. I love her taste in books and always find new reads to add to my list! Follow for fiction, YA, memoirs and more.

@thepageworm

Paige and I have similar interests in books so I always discover new reads on her account as well as see some posts of my favorites!

@GoodBlackReads

Dedicated to sharing well-known and unknown black literature written across the world. This bookstagram has some great suggestions and I look forward to the new books they discover and share!

@vikingbooks

The only publisher on this list, Viking Books publishes some of my favorite fiction and nonfiction books. I love getting a peak of books to come from their account which steadily grows my reading list!

 

 

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