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11 Bookish Social Media Accounts You NEED to Follow

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When you love to read so much, nothing is better than getting a healthy dose of bookish content when you’re browsing social media. Whether you prefer Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr, or a combination of them all, there are excellent accounts to follow for all kinds of book content.

 

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BuzzFeed Books: If you love lists of the funniest cat gifs and finding out what Disney princess you are on regular BuzzFeed, you’ll love BuzzFeed books. They have it all: fun book-related lists, book suggestions, and quizzes that tell you everything from which sci-fi book you should read next to what your real age is based on your taste in books.

 

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Guardian Books: When book news breaks, Guardian Books is on top of it. If you’re the type who always wants to know the latest book news as soon as it drops, there is no better place than the Guardian Books Twitter account.

 

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Folded Pages Distillery: The most aesthetically appealing webpage to look at for book lovers. Books are placed in interesting situations surrounded by colorful, intricate, and visually stunning collages made of random objects creating works of art almost as amazing as the books themselves.

 

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Book Riot: This is a community that believes content about books should be just as exciting and diverse as books themselves. The Twitter account brings that ideal to life in the best way possible as it posts an exciting array of content including book reviews, memes, lists, and most importantly, the best deals on e-books

 

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polandbananasBOOKS: A popular booktuber named Christine whose creative and comedic attitude towards her channel makes it a great place to learn about new books and hear reviews of your favorite books. She works with Jessethereader and another booktuber, Katytastic, every month to hold an event called “booksplosion” where the three of them hold a live Google Hangouts chat to discuss their chosen “Book of the Month.”.

 

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Bookshelves and  Places: For Pinterest lovers, this is a board that is filled with visuals of reading spots and bookshelves that it describes as “beautiful, odd, strange, unexpected, unusual, and lesser spotted.” If you love to try out new places to read, this might give you some good inspiration.

 

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Jessethereader: Jesse has been a beloved booktuber for years now. He loves sharing his seasonal favorites, his favorite book covers, unboxings, and so much more. He loves his “book fam” so much that he is always holding giveaways on his Twitter and Instagram

 

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The Composites: Whether or not you use Tumblr regularly, this blog is a must-follow. Brian J Davis, a digital artist living in Brooklyn, uses commercially available law enforcement composite sketch software to create artistically stunning, and somewhat terrifying, realistic images of characters based on their descriptions in books.

 

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New York Times Books: Let’s face it, you might not have time to read a full newspaper. However, you should definitely be reading reviews from a publication as respected as the New York Times once in a while. Follow on Facebook so you get these reviews, and all of the other great contact shared on the page while you scroll through your feed each day.

 

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Last Night’s Reading: You’ll never have to worry about missing an author speaking event as long as you follow this Instagram. Kate Gavino attends author talks in New York City and shares colorful portraits of the author with quotes shared during the talk.

 

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Penguin Teen: These are all amazing social media accounts, but Penguin Teen is obviously the best! You can find constant amazing bookish content about not just on our Twitter, but also on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, and Tumblr!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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