Instagram has become our happy place – a space where confidence grows in creativity, where we discover and find inspiration and explore community through our passions. And as a reader, if you haven’t taken your love for books to the next level with this social platform, you’re missing out! With glorious photos, author chats, giveaways and in-depth discussion with fellow bookish accounts, it might just become your new favorite way to share. These are our favorite Instagram book clubs.

PureWow Book Club

This ambitious group of readers is warm and enthusiastic, dedicated to in-depth discussion around their monthly reads. Their April pick is White Houses by Amy Bloom, with chats hosted by the one and only @megwolitzer. Don’t miss their giveaways on Wednesdays!

Once Upon A Book Club

Subscribers of the Once Upon a Book Club box receive the featured fiction book plus individually wrapped gifts with page numbers from the book (not meant to be opened until you reach the given page) and can follow along with discussion questions on Instagram.

Barnes & Noble Book Club

The Barnes & Noble Book Club has just begun, and is kicking off with its first pick, The Female Persuasion by Meg Wolitzer. Book lovers who officially sign up on the Facebook page will find exclusive content from bestselling authors and lots of special in-store promotions as they follow along on Instagram.

Good Morning America Book Club 

Your favorite morning people can also be your favorite book buddies! The GMA Book Club features a monthly book, starting the year off with The Age of Vice by Deepti Kapoor for their January pick. Follow along on Instagram for monthly giveaways, author features, and collaborations with Little Free Library.

Belletrist Book Club 

Belletrist is an online book community curated by besties Emma Roberts and Karah Preiss. Featuring a new book each month, Belletrist brings together like-minded people that enjoy stories, helping them to discover new books while celebrating their love of reading.

Ladies Lit Squad Book Club 

A collaboration of sisterhood and stories, what could be better? Ladies Lit Squad know how to make reading cool with fun events, book roundups, and reviews that are full of honesty and humor.

Reese’s Book Club 

By now you’ve probably heard of Reese’s Book Club, a monthly selection of books that are women-centered. Each month, Reese Witherspoon features a new book from a variety of genres and chats about it with the community. The first pick of the New Year is:  The House in the Pines by Ana Reyes.

Between Two Books Book Club 

Between Two Books is Florence Welch from Florence and the Machine’s book club, which has been growing its community for over ten years, recommending books from artists, musicians, directors, and writers from all over the world. The page also features guest authors who read excerpts from their books as well as answering questions from readers.

(feature image courtesy of @rebelwomenlit)