Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Bookish Accounts to Follow on Twitter

twitterAnother Top Ten Tuesday from The Broke and the Bookish. These accounts are my favourites on Twitter because of their engaging content. Anyone else follow them on social media?


Not only is SF Said a fantastic author and passionate about getting children reading but is also an advocate of #coverkidsbooks and a huge supporter of our libraries


Since I’ve started blogging this account has been a Godsend! So many brilliant and helpful articles on how to improve your blog and content.


In addition to being one of my favourite authors Melinda Salisbury is also hilarious. For daily chuckles check this lady out.


Filled with reviews and important news. I especially loved the recent blog post ‘Growing Readers’.


Follow this account for all things Harry Potter. It’s full of brilliant gifs and witticisms that any HP fan will appreciate.


These people do a fantastic job of producing books that entice all types of readers, specialising in the reluctant! Their books are wonderful – gripping plots, lovable characters and beautifully produced. Plus, they’ve just launched The Bucket List which will feature a graphic novel from Barroux and the banned book ‘Girl Detached’ by Manuela Salvi.


Laura Bates, author of ‘Girl Up’, runs the Everyday Sexism Project – a collection of women’s experiences of everyday sexism.


Tweets from The Literary Gift Company – a place for all things bookish! They have the coolest stationary and I want it all.


Follow for fab competitions, all the latest news, book chats and lots of other fun bookish things.


This is the UK’s Young Adult Lit Conference – a gathering for all book lovers at Comic Con. So excited to be going this year!


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