How to #bookstagram 1 – Tips to get started

One of my favourite things about blogging is bookstagram. But what is bookstagram? It’s a community on instagram where people share their thoughts about books. You can ask anyone for book recommendations or have long discussions about a certain book. And you can show your love for books by posting photos of them. It’s an amazing and loving community and I made some really good friends through bookstagram.

Now the big question: how do you start a bookstagram? It took me a while before I had enough courage to start my bookstagram account. I grabbed my phone, took a photo of a book and posted it. I didn’t know a single thing about having a good username, writing bios. I didn’t even know what a theme was back then. Through this series How to #Bookstagram I want to help anyone who wants to start or has a bookstagram account. I am definitely not an expert, but I learned a couple of things. If this post helps you to give some insights and inspiration, I’m happy to share everything I’ve learned during the 2 years I’ve had my bookstagram.

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January Fairyloot “Talk Faerie To Me” unboxing

If you scroll down on your instagram feed, you’ll most definitely see a subscription box popping up your screen. One of those subscription boxes is Fairyloot. It’s a fantasy subscription box which contains a new released fantasy book and 5-6 bookish items related to the theme of the month or the new book. The January theme was Talk Faerie To Me and I was really excited for this box. The items were inspired by ACOTAR, ToG and other series with Fae and it contained a high anticipated book about faeries. I already had a feeling what that book was so I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it. Do you have any guesses which book it could be? Let’s see if you’re right.

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Top 5 Wednesday: Books You Disliked but Love to Discuss

It’s Top 5 Wednesday again! For those who do not know it, Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly book meme that was created by Lainey @gingerreadslainey but is now being hosted by Sam @Thoughts on Tomes. Check out the Goodreads group for more information.

Today’s theme is Books You Disliked but Love to Discuss – These are some books we disliked or they were just okay, but they still have a lot of discussion points to sink our teeth into. To be honest, there aren’t a lot of books that I dislike so I have no idea if I can name 5. But I love to discuss those that I mentioned in this list.

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