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There’s nothing better than a good book, but when you can’t be reading, the next best thing might just be a bookish Twitter feed! These 25 accounts will give book lovers plenty of fun book-related things to scroll through while dreaming about getting back to your latest read.

New York Times Books (@nytimesbooks)

The New York Times book section is a great source of book reviews, reflections on the state of writing and reading literature, and other bookish articles. Authors sometimes stop by to review other books, too, which is really cool. (Don’t forget that you can use IFTTT to get NYT books articles How to Use IFTTT to Supercharge Your Kindle How to Use IFTTT to Supercharge Your Kindle IFTTT is a fantastic service for automating all kinds of things. But it's not just for smart home automation and saving money. It can also help you supercharge your Kindle experience. Read More  delivered to you!)

Guardian Books (@GuardianBooks)

Providing much the same kind of bookish greatness as the New York Timesthis account is a solid foundation for the the east-of-the-Atlantic book scene with reviews, author interviews, and fun asides like an article on Vladimir Nabokov’s butterfly art.

NY Review of Books (@nybooks)

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The slightly narcissistic self-anointing as “The premier literary-intellectual magazine in the English language” aside, the New York Review is a great place for readers. Not only do you get book reviews, but you’ll also get some phenomenally well-written articles of other types, as well.

LA Times Books (@latimesbooks)

Though not as well-known as its east-coast contemporaries, the LA Times‘ book blog and newspaper section are great for reviews (which they provide more of than some other feeds), author interviews, and essays.

NPR Books (@nprbooks)

With a steady stream of great book reviews that span many genres and styles, NPR Books is a great place to find more things to put on your reading list How to Organize Your Out-of-Control Reading List Right Now How to Organize Your Out-of-Control Reading List Right Now A reading list serves a lot of functions -- from practical to inspirational. But it can also get out of hand. Using these tips to manage your reading hobby can do wonders for your life. Read More , no matter what kind of books you like to read.

Book Riot (@bookriot)

One of my personal favorites, Book Riot’s large and diverse base of contributors share great lists, reviews, essays, and irreverent reflections on everything related to reading. Be sure to check out their great podcasts, too! (They’re some of the best bookish podcasts Listen Up, Book Lovers: 10 of the Best Podcasts for Bibliophiles Listen Up, Book Lovers: 10 of the Best Podcasts for Bibliophiles If you're always on the lookout for great book recommendations, these podcasts will keep your “to read” list full, and offer some insightful commentary into the lives of authors everywhere. Read More out there.)

NY Public Library (@nypl)

Book recommendations, book-related news, author interviews, and a healthy dose of humor make @nypl a Twitter favorite for book nerds. Another very active feed, this one will definitely keep your Twitter feed full of fun book stuff!

The Millions (@The_Millions)

A long-running and very popular literary site, The Millions is a great source of reviews, literary musings, and the ebook find of the day, which highlights a great deal on a great book.

Electric Literature (@ElectricLit)

With everything from book reviews to “If You’re a Writer You May Be a Psychopath,” @ElectricLit is an absolute must for book lovers. This feed also retweets a lot of great book-related stuff from other sites, making it a great place to dive into the world of books on Twitter.

Literary Hub (@thelithub)

Book news, essays, anything else related to literature, and a dose of cultural criticism can be found on Literature Hub’s very active Twitter feed. It’s straightforward, and will give you plenty of great stuff to read while you’re away from your book.

Slate Book Review (@SlateBooks)

No matter how you feel about Slate, it’s tough to deny that their book reviews team is a good one; you’ll find a lot of articles here that will make you think more deeply about the books that you’re reading and the creative process.

Amazon Books (@amazonbooks)

It’s the biggest book store in the world, so it makes sense that Amazon has a lot to say about books. Lists of recommended reads, reviews, and interesting stories about the reading life abound.

HuffPost Books (@HuffPostBooks)

The Huffington Post writes about everything under the sun, and books are no exception. One of the things @HuffPostBooks does well is recommend books that are relevant to today’s concerns: recent suggestions include books on war, global pandemics, and racial diversity.

Melville House (@melvillehouse)

Literary diehards will want to follow a lot of publishers, but Melville House is one that everyone should check out; their mix of humor, author interviews, book recommendations, and reflections on reading and writing is much more personal than the marketing-focused feeds of other houses.

Interesting Literature (@InterestingLit)

You never know what’ll be coming up next on this feed, but you can be sure that it’ll be interesting! From great author quotes to fun facts and book lists to historical tidbits, this is a great feed for upping your literary trivia skills.

Bookish (@bookishhq)

If you’re looking for a book to read, @bookishhq has your back with lots of recommendations from their editors and readers; they’re a bit repetitive, but you’ll definitely find a lot of new books to read next The Ultimate 50 Ways to Find New Books to Read The Ultimate 50 Ways to Find New Books to Read There are some books which we don't want to put down. Thanks to the many tools available today, your next reading adventure can begin instantly. Find what you should read next with this guide. Read More .

Goodreads (@goodreads)

As one of the biggest sites in the online book scene, following Goodreads on Twitter is a no-brainer. The feed is full of fun bookish things like cool reading nooks, products for book lovers, and great quotes.

BookBub (@bookbub)

BookBub’s Twitter feed is full of interesting book-related things like reading lists, celebrity book recommendations, and fun lists like “17 Things All Bookworms Can Relate To.” It’s one of the sites that every Kindle owner should know about 12+ Sites Every Kindle Owner Should Really Know About 12+ Sites Every Kindle Owner Should Really Know About Seeing how Amazon is probably launching their new reader/tablet device in the next couple of months and recently produced their ingenious Cloud Reader, the Kindle is a hot topic for a lot of people. Even... Read More , so don’t miss it!

Book Deals Today (@bookdealstoday)

The premise of this feed is just what you’d imagine: they tweet out good deals on books. Sometimes they’re print, sometimes they’re ebooks, but they’re always a good deal.

Free Kindle Books (@FreeKindleDaily)

Getting free stuff for your Kindle How to Find Free Unlimited Content for Your Kindle How to Find Free Unlimited Content for Your Kindle Looking for more things to read on your Kindle? Here are all the websites, tools, and tips to fill your e-reader with high-quality free content that will keep you reading for hours Read More is awesome, and @FreeKindleDaily is all about it: every day, they tweet out a bunch of books that you can get for free. What more could you ask for?

Free Kindle Books (@FreeReadFeed)

Another singularly focused feed, @FreeReadFeed brings you even more free Kindle books. As with any list of free things, you never know what you’re going to find, but you might just get lucky! (I discovered one of my favorite books using a free Kindle book service.)

Star Wars Books (@swbooks)

This won’t appeal to everyone, but I have to include because I’m so glad that it exists: it’s a Twitter feed about Star Wars books. Lots of information about Marvel’s Star Wars comics and Chuck Wendig’s Aftermath series, as well as retweets of reviews and other good stuff.

Comic Vine (@ComicVine)

If you’re looking for reviews of comics, previews of upcoming issues, and good discussion on superhero TV shows and movies, Comic Vine is the place to be 5 Websites For The Comic Book Fan 5 Websites For The Comic Book Fan If there was one thing the Web was made for, it was for comic book reading. Instant downloads, lots of fan information, and no waiting in line at the comic book store anymore. Read More . They also post a lot of cool comic art with their articles, which will beautify your Twitter feed!

Panels (@HeyPanels)

Book Riot’s comics division, Panels, has a great Twitter feed for readers of all types, whether you’re a diehard comics fan or looking to dip your toes into the waters of graphic novels for the first time. Just like Book Riot, they’re big on covering a wide swath of different genres and types of books from a wide variety of authors.

Reading Rainbow (@readingrainbow)

Whether you’re a parent trying to instill a love of reading in your kids 7 Games to Inspire a Child's Love for Reading 7 Games to Inspire a Child's Love for Reading Want to help your child become interested in books? There are a number of reading games and apps that will help them become avid readers. Read More or you just have fond memories of LeVar Burton talking about kids’ books, this is an absolute must-follow. Author interviews, kids’-books-related news, and great retweets on the state of children’s literature await you under the Rainbow.

Your Favorite Book-Related Twitter Accounts

These 25 accounts are great for all book nerds, but there are a lot more out there, from publishers to authors to book reviewers to parody accounts. No matter what kinds of books you like, you can fill your entire Twitter feed with news and fun stuff about books that you like.

We want to know your favorite book-related Twitter feeds. We didn’t include specific authors above, but let us know which authors you like to follow, and any other good bookish accounts to follow, in the comments below!

  1. Linda Lindsay
    June 21, 2016 at 6:20 pm

    Thank you, Dann!

    P.S. Please consider adding Barnes and Noble to your Twitter list.

    • Dann Albright
      June 27, 2016 at 3:08 pm

      Good call! I'll do my best to keep that list up-to-date and growing. :-) You've inspired me to create a couple more lists, too!

  2. Dann Albright
    June 21, 2016 at 5:19 pm

    On request, here's a Twitter list with most of the accounts listed above, as well as a few others. I'll keep it updated with new and great book-related Twitter accounts! https://twitter.com/dann_albright/lists/great-book-feeds

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