Metaphorically speaking, Twitter is a V12 sports car and hashtags are the endless network of roads.

With Twitter’s incredibly powerful search engine, you can find information and opinions on nearly any topic. Hashtags are the paths to get you there. Some hashtags are superhighways, busy with lots of people during peak times, while others are deserted dirt roads that haven’t been used in years.

Your Twitter profile page is one of millions of hangouts along these hashtag highways. The more often you include hashtags in your tweets, the more likely people are to stop and visit you.

Or, if you’re trying to find people with similar interests as you, by entering a relevant hashtag into the search area, Twitter revs its mighty search engine and sends you off along your merry way.

But which hashtags should you use? A list of common book-related hashtags are listed below. Try some of them and see which ones lead you to content you want to see.

You can also search for other hashtags to see if other people share your interests. If there aren’t any hashtags for your specific hobby, like #readingwhilepaddleboarding, you can create one! Just start including your hashtag in your tweets, and with a little luck, others who share your interest may start using your hashtag. It’s a great way to connect with people who share similar hobbies.

Reasons you’ll want to use these bookish hashtags:

  1. If you’re stuck in a reading rut, Twitter is a great way to find new books. Try using a hashtag for a different genre and see if anything interests you.
  2. Connect with people who enjoy the same books as you.
  3. If you’ve read a book that you LOVED and want to share it with the world, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and other social media sites are the perfect platforms to do just that.
  4. Find books about one of your hobbies or interests. If you’re interested in fashion, try searching for #fashion and #books at the same time. Twitter will show you tweets that include both hashtags.  
  5. Grow your Twitter community. By including hashtags in your tweets, you’re showing that you have an interest in talking about those topics. When other like-minded folks see your hashtags, they may follow you to see more of your tweets.

 

75 Must-Use Twitter Hashtags for Book Lovers

  1. #alwaysreading
  2. #amreading
  3. #amreadingromance
  4. #bookblog
  5. #bookblogger
  6. #bookbuzz
  7. #bookclub
  8. #bookgram
  9. #bookish
  10. #booklife
  11. #booklists
  12. #booklovers
  13. #bookloversunite
  14. #booknerds
  15. #bookphotos
  16. #books
  17. #bookstoread
  18. #booktime
  19. #bookworm
  20. #borrowreadreturn
  21. #chicklit
  22. #childrensbooks
  23. #christianbooks
  24. #christianfiction
  25. #christianliterature
  26. #cookbooks
  27. #diversebooks
  28. #dystopia
  29. #ebooks
  30. #fantasy
  31. #fiction
  32. #fictionbooks
  33. #flashfiction
  34. #greatreads
  35. #histfic
  36. #historicalfiction
  37. #horror
  38. #ilovebooks
  39. #indiebooks
  40. #kidlit
  41. #kindlebooks
  42. #literaryclassics
  43. #literature
  44. #lovebooks
  45. #loveofbooks
  46. #memoir
  47. #mglit
  48. #mustread
  49. #mystery
  50. #nonfiction
  51. #novels
  52. #picturebooks
  53. #poems
  54. #poetry
  55. #read
  56. #readers
  57. #reading
  58. #readmorebooks
  59. #religiousbooks
  60. #romancebooks
  61. #romcom
  62. #scifi
  63. #scifibooks
  64. #selfhelpbooks
  65. #steampunk
  66. #summerreads
  67. #tbrlist
  68. #thriller
  69. #weekendreads
  70. #whattoread
  71. #womensfiction
  72. #ya
  73. #yabooks
  74. #yafantasy
  75. #yalit

If I’ve left any of your favorite bookish hashtags off the list, please share them in the comment section below.

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