Who are your favorite authors to follow on Instagram?

by | Jan 8, 2020 | Social Media | 4 comments

A photos-based app is an improbable place for the book world, and yet there are some authors who are really great at utilizing Instagram to show their process and give a peek at the life of an author.

Who are some of your favorites to follow on Instagram?

Some of my favorites:

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Art: Junger Maler beim Portraitieren eines hübschen Bauernmädchens by Friedrich Bischoff

4 Comments

  1. abc

    Julie Murphy is a fun follow.

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  2. Beth Jeon

    You!

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  3. Ekta Garg

    I follow you too, Nathan! :>

    I also follow Erin Morgenstern, Fredrik Backman, and Bette Lee Crosby. I have many writer friends who are working towards publication, so I follow them too to support them and just to get a fun view of what else goes on in their worlds when they’re not at with their manuscripts.

    Although I’ve been on social media for several years now, I only joined the Insta-verse last year so I’m still learning it and sometimes (ducks head) forget that I can follow people there too. 😀

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