Embrace your inner bookworm

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Updated February 18, 2021

Are you looking for the perfect pastime during these neverending lockdowns? Time to dive into the wonderful world of fiction. We have found the perfect inspirational sources for your literary journey.

Embrace your inner bookworm

Do you miss travelling? Hanging out? Just experiencing something other than you livingroom? Well, after nearly a year of lockdowns and social distancing, you may have seen almost all movies and series on your preferred streaming service. So maybe it is time to glance at the bookshelf instead! Is the book shelf dreadfully empty or do you simply not know what book to escape into? Don’t worry – we have scoured the internet and found some amazing bookfluencers that will make your TBR (list of books to be read) longer than your right arm.

Bookstagram to the rescue

The book community on Instagram is warm, including and absolutely brimming with gorgeous photos of must reads. It’s almost hard to keep track of all the books you want to read after scrolling through the hashtag #bookstagram.

Check out some of our favorite bookstagrammers:

  • Faye Ellaby is a shoe hoarder, dress lover & bookworm from Manchester
  • Emma Gannon is a writer with a wonderfully bright and cheerful feed
  • Amy’s Bookshelf is all about the cozy and makes you want to snuggle up with a book and a cuppa
  • Are you into crime? So is Abby of Crime by the book – get all your crime fiction inspiration from her.
  • Beth’s Book Club offers a virtual book club, which is kind of like perfect now-a-days

On to BookTube

Maybe you are not all that into Instagram? Don’t worry, YouTube has you covered! Or shall we say BookTube? Yes we shall. BookTube is a big deal, and just like bookstagram – it’s a lovely community to be a part of or just follow from a safe distance.

Some BookTubers to get you started

Keep track with Goodreads

Are you looking for a good way to keep track of all the books you have read and all the books that you want to read? Well, the app/website Goodreads might be something for you if that's the case. Not only will it help you log all of your reads (statistics at the end of the year is surprisingly satisfying), but it will also keep track of the books you mark as “want to read” and also suggest books that you might enjoy based on what you have previously read.

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