A Week in Bookstagrams


A Week in Bookstagrams is a new feature here at Read and Reviewed, in which I’m going to share my favorite Book Photo Challenge posts from my Tumblr with you all. Eventually I will make one of these posts each week, aside from the Thursdays I do my Merin’s Musings post, but time got away from me this month, so here is another monthly recap instead.

[NOTE: Click the pictures to see them at full size!]

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Row 1: Latest Purchase | I Cried … A Lot
Row 2: Book to Movie | This Should Be A Movie
Row 3: Hero [&] Heroine | Favorite Series
Row 4: Recommended to Me | Book Stack
Row 5: I Need to Buy This | Can I Live Here?
Row 6: Book Spine

[Book Photo Challenge Prompts for September can be found HERE.]

So those are my favorites! If you’re curious, you can see all the rest of my Book Photo Challenge posts – dating back to July, which is when I started participating in the challenge – by checking out my tag HERE on my Tumblr!

Which one do you like best? Do you take part in any bookish photo challenges? If so, please link me to your entries!


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2 Responses to A Week in Bookstagrams

  1. April Wood says:

    Great book photos! I like to take pictures of my books, and me holding books too! :)

  2. Pingback: September in Review | Read and Reviewed

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