Combining books and photography is something I’d never really considered a popular art form, but since the rise of instragram it has become quite the past time. There are some beautiful instagram accounts run by YA readers and bloggers, where photos of popular books and current reads can be found. Many authors are also on instragram and use it to give followers a peek into their everyday lives. Honestly, it’s one of my favourite social media sites to hang out on, even if I’m not that creative when it comes to pictures. I love scrolling through, finding new reads and admiring the artist talent.
Remember Cait? She’s my absolute favourite and bookstagrams like a pro under her blog name PaperFury.
There was this time when I once drew #TFiOS fanart. I am so proud of me. I have about as much artistic drawing inclination as a demented cucumber BUT SOME STUFF LOOKS TOLERABLE. 🎨📚 #bookstagram #bookphotography #johngreen #thefaultinourstars #booklove #favouriteauthor #fanart #zentangle #paperfuryphotography
Tracey at YoungAdultBookAddict is one of my favourite bookstagram people. She’s so clever.
“He’d been a cliche all four years of high school, in love with his best friend, pining silently.” ❤️❤️❤️ New review up on my blog. You can find the link in my profile. This was my first read by Adi Alsaid and I was really impressed with his writing. Really easy to read, likeable characters… Have any of you guys read this one yet? #AdiAlsaid #NeverAlwaysSometimes #YoungAdult #HarlequinTeen
A photo posted by Tracey (@youngadultbookaddict) on Aug 10, 2015 at 3:37am PDT
What about you guys … are you on instragram? Do you play with books and cameras. If not, what do you think of #bookstagram?
Stacey Nash isn’t a clever bookstagramer, but you can stalk her on Instagram where she posts photos of her cats and books and everyday life.To find out more about her books find her at www.stacey-nash.com, twitter or facebook.