Today’s post is for the book lovers! Something has changed over the past couple years and I have found myself getting more and more recommendations for books via social media – especially from a handful of amazing instagram accounts. Enter the “bookstagram” accounts. I didn’t know this was even a thing until maybe a year ago but I’m so glad it is. These accounts are among my favorite to follow – stacks of books, amazing book recommendations,
Best Bookstagram Accounts
Before we get into the full list, you should also DEFINITELY be following our podcast and Becca though… if we’re being honest, those are my two real favorite bookstagrams. 😉 But besides them… here are some other (thirteen, to be exact) reading-related accounts / fellow book lovers that I personally really love. Follow them all on Instagram – you won’t regret it!
NYC Book Girl // Morgan Hoit
Morgan is a new friend and has amazing taste in books. Becca and I met up with her a few weeks ago and I can confirm that she’s as sweet and smart in person as she is on the Internet. Also, she has AMAZING taste in books and is the reason we’re both reading (and obsessed with) Three Women.
@grlpwrdreads // Lauren
This is a smaller account but I really love it! Lauren’s focus is on highlighting a more diverse range of writers and books; highlighting women authors.
Ashley is a good friend and I never want nepotism to affect my lists BUT I GET ALL MY BOOK RECS FROM HER! She has the best taste in books. Her feed is a mix of fitness, books, life, and beauty products… but her recommendations are always spot on. And if you aren’t a part of her Facebook book club, what are you even doing!?
Mary isn’t necessarily a bookstagrammer but if you love books, you should absolutely be following her. She’s an essayist who has written for pretty much everywhere from The New York Times to Oprah, and has a new book out, I Miss You When I Blink. She’s also the founding editor of Parnassus Books’ magazine. But she has great taste in books. Right now her feed as been (justifiably) promoting her own book, but she has incredible taste in books and I always enjoy her recommendations!
@inkandfable // Patience Fable
I discovered Patience when I polled you guys for bookstagrammer recs and I’m so glad I did. What she does is (dare I flatter myself!) very similar to what I do here – she’s a mix of fashion and lifestyle (she’s also a big Sarah Flint fan!) with a literary twist. I am now obsessed with her feed… and her blog! LOVE. This one is a must-follow.
@molliereads // Mollie
I love Mollie’s all of book recommendations! She is all in on books – she works in book publishing and is a freelance book editor, she has a blog about books, AND she also hosts a podcast called No Thanks We’re Booked with her friend (and fellow bookstagrammer), Katie. I haven’t had a chance to listen to her podcast yet but it is on my list!
@worldswithinpages // Alisa
Alisa also blogs at Worlds Within Pages and we have verrrry similar taste in books (Harry Potter started her love of reading, she’s currently reading Game of Thrones, and she’s also a big Taylor Jenkins Reid fan!)
@carlysbookclub // Carly Heitlinger
I’m so happy that Carly started a bookstagram account! Her blog is prolific (she’s been doing this even longer than I have), and she has some really great book recs (she’s the one who told me to read Educated last year and it was the best book I read all year.
@literaryjo // Amy Jo
I learned about Amy from Morgan (of @nycbookgirl) and instantly became obsessed. So many fantastic recommendations; all beautifully photographed.
@frombeewithlove // Bronte
I LOVE this feed. LOVE. Admittedly, I am more just in awe of her creative photography but there are some wonderful book recommendations in there too! She also has an amazing book club instagram, which is more of the bookstagram, but man – I am just such a fan of her main account (and they way she photographs herself with books too) that I had to include that one!)
@booksandelena // Elena Nicolaou
If ever there were an inside scoop on what to read, this would be it! Elena is the books writer for Refinery 29 and consistently recommends great books that I haven’t necessarily already heard of!
@shelfbyshelf // Hunter
What first drew me into Shelf by Shelf was the beautiful, bright photography. But I stayed because Hunter introduces me to books that aren’t always on my radar – specifically and most recently, books by LGBTQ authors. He also has a really beautiful website with more comprehensive reviews.
@sarahsbookshelves // Sarah
Sarah is a wealth of information and I love how honest she is with regard to what she likes, doesn’t like, and DNF “Did not finish,” a term that is new to me! She also has a book blog and an amazing podcast which will leave you with even more recommendations (spoiler alert: Becca and I will be guesting on her pod in July!
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