I was invited on a day trip to Bristol by Visit England as part of their #MyMicroGap campaign. A microgap means the chance to explore and discover the world closer to home either on a day trip or a weekend away. It is a good way to unwind, learn a new skill or pick upContinue reading “My Bristol Microgap.”
This article first appeared on https://thegracetales.co.uk/ on May 26, 2019. If you’re struggling to keep your eyes open in the evening long enough to read a few pages of a novel, then you need to follow Word Child on Instagram. Triin Vihur’s bookstagram account pairs beautifully shot images of books with reviews and literary quotes.Continue reading “Word Child’s Triin Vihur On Parenthood And The Books That Changed Her Life”
This article first appeared on https://thelitedit.com/ on July 19, 2018. If you like your pictures bright and breezy and your book piles stacked high, then you must check out Triin from Word Child’s beautiful Bookstagram account. Featuring a stunning selection of flat lays, shelfies, and bookshops, it’s easily one of the prettiest accounts on Instagram, and so IContinue reading “Desert Island Books: Triin from Word Child”
This article first appeared on https://frolic.media on November 3, 2018. The Instagram algorithm is invisible and hard to understand so I have drawn a number of rules from my personal experience. Following the rules gives you peace of mind but there are differing experiences and the algorithm often changes. There are Bookstagrammers who can tell when itContinue reading “10 Point Algorithm Checklist to Grow Your Instagram Account”
This article first appeared on https://frolic.media on August 30, 2018. I believe reading changes the way we see the world. I’m Triin, and I’ve have been taking photos for Bookstagram for the last five years. I’ve learned so much since I started, and I wanted to share some easy-to-do technical tips on how to makeContinue reading “How To Create The Perfect Bookstagram With These 7 iPhone Apps”
Happy #TolstoyTuesday! Do you have any great literary hashtag ideas or favourites literary hashtags? Do you use any hashtag applications? Andy @places_and_booksshared his very useful ideas a couple of days ago. I copied some here and added some of my own: M – #mapmonday#marbledmonday#everymanmonday#modernlibrarymonday T – #tolstoytuesday W – #woolfwednesday T – #throwbackthursday F –Continue reading “Bookstagram hashtag ideas for Instagram”
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