8 Bibliophile Instagrammers to Satisfy Your Inner Book Nerd
Maria shares gorgeous shots of beautifully bound books, vintage and new alike, along with compelling quotes from one of the books pictured. Her colorful stacks of books and #bookshelfies are reason enough to follow.
Oliver regularly features images of books in front of the scenic backdrops from where he reads, whether it’s a tropical beach or a cozy coffee shop. His #SkywolfFirst100 posts give a review of the first 100 pages of his current read, and he often highlights monthly recommended reading.
Kate creates beautiful and quirky illustrations that feature an author’s portrait and an insightful quote from book readings in NYC. Her drawings are so popular they’ve even been turned into a book.
Graywolf Press is, you guessed it, an independent publisher. While they do not include much detail about the featured books, their images are gorgeously minimalistic, and you might catch wind of a book off the beaten path by following them.
Hikari curates super enchanting themed flat lays, accompanied by thought-provoking and informative long-form captions. Often Hikari will give book synopses and reviews, but she will also speculate about themes and symbolism too.
Hot coffee + a good read = magic. Basic math. It’s hard to find a more soothing combination, and Natasha capitalizes on that. Her mini reviews feature a rating, favorite quote, and overall thoughts about her recent reads.
Celine’s neat flat lays are a dream for a neat freak bibliophile. Celine also frequently collaborates with other bookstagrammers to create month-long bookstagram photo challenges, which provide photo prompts for each day of the month.
Aldrin’s color-coded book stacks, book collections, and #bookcamouflage posts are simply stunning. Aldrin also shares brief ratings and background info about numerous reads.
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