As far as social media goes, Twitter takes the cake for a few things. Unlike Facebook, it’s controversial character limit keeps posts brief and to the point — no page long rants, unless you click on links. Unlike Instagram, you can include links into any post, and similar to both, you can follow people who share your interests. Here is a list of Twitter accounts that have one thing in common — the love of books!
1. Book Nerd (@booknerdfession)
Book Nerd is best known for posting bookish quotes that are insightful, inspiring, and downright magical.
2. LA Review Of Books (@LAReviewofBooks)
LARB is a cultural arts and media magazine that promotes its enduring commitment to the written word. Follow LARB’s Twitter account if you like bookish articles and reviews. It is full of information for Twitterverse book nerds!
— LA Review of Books (@LAReviewofBooks) February 5, 2017
3. Book Riot (@BookRiot)
Your source for bookish news, videos, and best of all, Book Riot tweets a deal of the day on books which they sell through their website.
— Book Riot (@BookRiot) February 6, 2017
4. Novel Publicity (@NovelPublicity)
Novel Publicity is largely for authors who need help getting their work out there. However, for anyone else who loves novels, there is a major perk to following this Twitter account! Novel Publicity posts links to sneak peaks at new books. Read the first few chapters and then you can decide if you want to purchase the book when it’s released. It’s a win-win relationship for readers and authors alike!
— LitRing (@TheLitRing) February 3, 2017
5. Guardian Books (@GuardianBooks)
Guardian Books is a must-follow for anyone interested in breaking book news. They are pretty on-top of things and their Twitter account is followed by a great community of readers interested in sharing thoughts and providing feedback!
Tips, links and suggestions: what are you reading this week? https://t.co/ugoDsAjcki
— Guardian Books (@GuardianBooks) February 6, 2017
6. Electric Literature (@ElectricLit)
This Brooklyn based Twitter account has one goal, they’re “saving literature one reader at a time”
— Electric Literature (@ElectricLit) February 6, 2017
7. Amazon Books (@amazonbooks)
Amazon is your top connection to buying books online. Their Twitter feed boasts books of the month, author interviews, new releases, and more!
— Amazon Books (@amazonbooks) February 6, 2017
8. #AmReadingDotCom (@AmReadingDotCom)
This list would not be complete without including the Twitter feed to this very site! Here you will find links to all our articles, as well as memes and quotes that every book nerd can relate too. Our team of writers are constantly covering book news, reviews, lists, and so much more. Following us on Twitter is a sure fire way to be in the know, all the time!
— AmReadingDotCom (@AmReadingDotCom) February 5, 2017
Twitter is full of accounts that appeal to every style of reader out there. Take time to research your options, and choose which you’d like to hear from daily. Or you can be like me, and follow them all — because…. books!
Do you follow any bookish twitter feed loyally that should be on this list? Let us know!
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