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Favorite Bookstagram Feeds to Follow


I love to surf my Instagram feed when ever I get a chance. There are so many Bookstagramers to follow and many books to read. I love how I can see what people are reading and what they thought about the books. There are also a lot of giveaways and opportunities to interact with my favorite authors.

I thought I would share some of my favorite Bookstagram accounts with you today. Keep in mind that by the time this post goes live, the feeds I'm sharing with you will have been updated with more awesome photos for you.

Lets start with aboutabook_ Her photos always have a really clean down to earth look. Lately, she's been sharing warm fall photos, with plaid and fall weather. It reminds me of Oregon and all the things I love about this part of the year in my home state.

Currently on on her feed is There's Something Inside Your House by Stephanie Perkins. I haven't read this one yet, but it looks really creepy and I will definitely put it on my TBR pile. Have you read this book yet?





Another Bookstagramer that you should be looking out for is theinfernalqueen. She does more real life photography with books included. 

I love her point of view and the books she reads. They aren't normal books that I would pick up, but they still sound really interesting.

The current post on her feed is Radio by Sophie Elaine Hanson. Again, not something on my radar, but I'm now very intrigued. Check her out




The last Bookstagramer I'm going to share with you is readsandroasts. This girl shares some of the most beautiful photos on Instagram. You really need to check her feed out. 

The latest photo on her feed is just gorgeous. I'm in love with the color orange to begin with and the book in this photo looks like a great morning read with your orange juice or cup of coffee.





These are my three Bookstagramers for you to surf today, but there are so many out there that still need your love. If you are in search of some of these feeds, try searching for #amreading or #bookstagram.

As always, stop by my own Instagram feed and let me know about your current reads. I'm always looking for a good book to try.

Happy Saturday!


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