bookstagram Articles

Blind date with a book: a marketing ploy?

Blind date with a book: a marketing ploy?

Blind date with a book: a marketing ploy or a way to branch out of your reading comfort zone? And can you guess Blackwell’s mystery book from a sentence?
Judging a book by its cover: Penguin clothbound classics

Judging a book by its cover: Penguin clothbound classics

Are Penguin clothbound classics perpetuating a boring white canon?
Never judge a bookstagram by its cover

Never judge a bookstagram by its cover

Aesthetics are everything on Instagram but in the bookstagram world they have to the potential to be used for creative Instagram posts, reels and stories
‘I like big books and I cannot lie’: Behind the bookstagram

‘I like big books and I cannot lie’: Behind the bookstagram

Books and Instagram are an unlikely match but bookstagrams continue to grow in popularity in the UK. We spotlight another account for the second article in our series on UK based bookstagrams.
The rise of the bookstagram over lockdown

The rise of the bookstagram over lockdown

Bookstagrams have been on the rise in the past few years and especially over the recent UK lockdowns. To find out more about the trend we chatted with the people behind a recently founded books Instagram account.

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