30 Day Bookstagram Challenge 2017

Even though I’m not that new to Instagram, it was only recently that I discovered the aspect of being a bookstagrammer through what I post on Instagram. What I kept seeing when I researched this on Google and Pinterest, all I saw were either photos of books or lists of what kind of books to take pictures of. I fell in love early on with this idea, and have been doing my first bookstagram challenge for about 3 days now.

I thought it would be fun to challenge myself to post pictures of books on Instagram that fit into random categories, like what I was finding in my research. I compiled a list, based on other lists of what I was seeing, and came up with a 30 day challenge to use for myself and whoever else wants to join me in my journey as a new bookstagrammer. Feel free to use the list below to fuel your own process as a reader on social media.

“Brooklyn’s 30 Day Bookstagram Challenge 2017”

Post a photo of…

  1. a book I’m currently reading
  2. a To Be Read (TBR) book
  3. a book I checked out from the library
  4. a book I own
  5. a favorite book
  6. a Young Adult (YA) book
  7. an LGBT+ romance book
  8. a sci-fi book
  9. a sequel
  10. a book that’s been turned into a movie
  11. another book that I’m currently reading
  12. a pile of TBR books
  13. the last book I finished reading
  14. a classic novel
  15. your choice/create your own prompt
  16. a memoir
  17. a dystopian novel
  18. a steampunk novel
  19. a fantasy novel
  20. a book on writing that has helped me
  21. a book that has a story set somewhere I want to go on vacation
  22. a book that’s written by an author of color
  23. a favorite book from my childhood
  24. a poetry collection
  25. a self-help book that I like
  26. a favorite play script
  27. a book told from the point of view (POV) of an animal
  28. a book about near-death experiences
  29. a book published by one of my favorite celebrities
  30. a book I would highly recommend

The next step for me, since I want to be a more regular reader, is to go back and read (or, in some cases, re-read) the books that I am going to document on my Instagram in photos. I want to read regularly, and thankfully it’s the weekend right now. Weekends are something that I look forward to because then I can catch up on my reading.

Happy reading!

Prayerfully yours,

Brooklyn Wegnerpile-of-books-open_books