Bookish Hashtags for Social Media | Jo Linsdell

Bookish Hashtags for Social Media

Bookish Hashtags for Social Media

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Bookish Hashtags for Social Media

When promoting your book blog on social media, you'll want to get the most out of each post. Whether it's a photo, video or just a simple status update, there are plenty of ways to make sure your content stands out from other posts and gets noticed by your audience. One way is by using hashtags. Hashtags are a great way to turn your everyday posts into something more meaningful for readers—and for brands as well!


Bookstagram is a great way to share pictures of books you are reading, connect with other book lovers and find new books. It’s also a great way to find new book bloggers!


  • Use this hashtag to let people know what you are reading. It's a great way to find new books, authors and book bloggers.


A bookworm is a person who loves to read.

Being a bookworm is good for your mental health because it helps you stay in touch with yourself and your interests—even if those interests are only reading!

#tbt - Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday is a popular hashtag that allows people to post old pictures. It's used to reminisce about the past, and it's a great way to share some of your favourite blog posts again.


Bibliophile: A person who loves books, and is especially interested in collecting or reading them.

This hashtag is great for book lovers who want to share their love of books on social media. You can use it to promote your own book blog, review blog, or literary magazine. 

You might see some people using this hashtag when they're tweeting about how much they love reading: “I've been reading this new novel by...” Or maybe they'll link back to their own website so others can find out more information about the author/publisher behind that particular title? It's up to you where you go with this one!


A bookish hashtag is a way to encourage people who love books to share their love with the world. It’s also a great way to find fellow book lovers on social media, since it helps you find other people who are also interested in the same themes as you.

A bookish hashtag can be used in any social platform (Twitter, Instagram, etc.), but it’s most commonly used on Twitter or Instagram. 


If you're looking for an easy way to get your book reviews and recommendations out there, try using the hashtag #igreads. This can be used in conjunction with any other hashtag that you want to promote your content, as long as it's relevant to what you're posting about.

You'll also find this hashtag useful if you're trying to find new books or authors who might have similar interests as yours—or even just someone who has read lots of books!


  • A picture of your bookshelf:

  • This hashtag is for sharing pictures of your bookshelf, both in an image format and as a link to the image. It can be used to show off the books on your shelves or it can be used when uploading a picture of yourself holding a copy of one of these books. The second option allows people with similar interests to find each other online and talk about their favourite things together!


When you're reading a book, this hashtag is a great way to tell people about it. You can use it in the same way that you would use #currentlyreading—to promote your own work or other people's books, if they are available for purchase on Amazon or otherwise. If someone asks what you've been reading lately and you're not sure how much time they have on their hands (or don't want to bother), then this is another option for recommending something without having to explain everything about each book in detail.

If there's something specific people should know about your books you could also use this hashtag: #currentlyreadingmybook


This is a great hashtag for connecting more with the book blogging community and/or discussing book blogging in general.

These hashtags are a great way to promote your book related posts on social media. They are also good for creating content that will get you more likes and followers.

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What bookish hashtags do you use on social media to connect more with the book blogging community? Do you have a favourite hashtag you use regularly to promote your book blog? 

Bookish Hashtags for Social Media

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