These 11 Instagram Accounts Will Inspire You To Read

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#Bookstagram will spark any bookworm’s interest on Instagram. Do you have any reading goals in 2016? Check out these literary Instagram accounts for some inspiration.

Just finished my third book of the year: “The Lark” by E. Nesbit published in 1922. I had to buy it as an ebook since hard copies of the book are difficult to find. I absolutely loved this book. In the words of @simondavidthomas from Stuck in a Book it’s “charming, witty, dry, affectionate, and wry all in one go.” (Thanks for recommending this one Simon). The story is about two unmarried women who one day find out that their fortune has been squandered away and so in order to maintain their financial independence they start operating a boarding house. The incidents leading to this event are quite often hilarious and the witty, mildly sarcastic banter between the characters is a joy to read. 4.5⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️. This is my first book by E. Nesbit and I plan on reading other ones this year. “The Lark” was a refreshing read after finishing the extremely well written but heartbreaking and depressing “Revolutionary Road” by Yates. 4 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️. I also finished my very first disappointing read of a Persephone reprint. I did not get along with “Midsummer Night in the Workhouse” by Diana Athill at all! This one will be my first 2 ⭐️⭐️Persephone book. Her first couple of stories in this collection were ok but I disliked the last ones. What are you currently reading? #bookstagram #booknerd #bookworm #books #readbooks #igreads #igbooks #instaread #instabook #revolutionaryroad #richardyates #enesbit

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