Top Ten Tuesday: If You’re Looking For Bookish People/Things to Stalk…

…I mean follow!

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly feature created at The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s theme is Ten Bookish People You Should Follow On Twitter/Instagram/Youtube/Snapchat/Facebook — you pick the platform of your choice to talk about all the interesting bookish people to follow!  If you don’t use social media much you can pick your favorite bookish blogs or new blogs you’ve come across to follow.

I had kind of a hard time with this post. I wanted to include a bunch of the book bloggers I follow, but I pretty much love everyone and didn’t want to leave anyone out. I decided to play it safe and list some of my favorite bookish stuff to follow.


1. Maggie Stiefvater, Author

Maggie Stiefvater has some really cool art, opinions, writing, etc that she shares.

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2. Tarryn Fisher, Author

Tarryn Fisher lives north of Seattle and shares images, thoughts and her style.

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3. Colleen Hoover, Author

Colleen Hoover shares all sorts of stuff about her life, her weightloss journey and what she’s working on currently.

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 4. Colleen Hoover’s Wattpad Story Too Late

I know, I already have her on the list but this is a story she’s sharing as she writes it. I LOVE IT! It’s different than what she normally writes. It’s rougher, I guess.

Too Late


 5. #ConfessYourTruth

If you’ve read Colleen Hoover’s Confess, you know she includes real life anonymous confessions in the story. She has an Instagram set up where people can continue to submit them and you can read them. It’s very interesting what people willingly confess.

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6. Young Adult Contemporary Romance Group, Goodreads Group

I love doing buddy reads with this group of ladies.

Young Adult Contemporary Romance Group


7. BookBub

So many great e-book deals emailed to me daily!

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8. The Fussy Librarian

Another e-book deal site where you can customize your preferences.

The Fussy Librarian


9. BookPage

I pick up a copy of BookPage Magazine at my local library each month. It’s filled with great reviews of tons of books. You can also sign up for their emails.

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10. HuffPost Books

The Huffington Post website has a book section with reviews, writing tips, recommendations, etc. I’ve found some great stuff on there.

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8 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: If You’re Looking For Bookish People/Things to Stalk…

    • Thank you! You should check it out. We do all sorts of weekly and buddy reads. It’s so much fun!

    • Yay! I love BookPage. I pick up a free magazine copy at my library once a month. The Fussy Librarian is really good, too. Very similar to BookBub.

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