Our Favourite March Bookstagrams

Well Savvy Readers, another month has gone. Which means we’re another month closer to summer…! And another reason for us to round-up some incredible bookstagram shots we’ve seen this month. Sit back and enjoy the beauty, readers.




Miss You by Kate Eberlen is out in stores next week, and it’s also this month’s HCC First Look pick!


We love Lily Collins, and we love her book. So much YES!


This is a series you NEED to start now. Also, these light up butterflies are just perfect.


When a trilogy finally comes to an end… BOOM.


Seriously don’t think we can get through one of these roundups without featuring an incredible book mani by Jennie! 

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I have another review and cover mani to share, this time for THE LONELY HEARTS HOTEL! The majority of this book was emotionally devastating and to be honest, I almost put it down. Set in Montreal, during the Great Depression, Rose and Pierrot found themselves living in the same orphanage, run by abusive nuns. 😭 . Both gifted performers, with quirky and charming personalities, they grew close by touring the homes of rich families, making money for the orphanage. Pierrot commanded attention at the piano and Rose's dancing and skits delighted every audience. Eventually, they survived their childhoods, and then found themselves separated as teens. Omg, their lives during this time. SO SAD. 😭😭😭 . But throughout their struggles, Rose and Pierrot's whimsical natures persevered. This isn't a read for the faint-of-heart, because its graphic nature pulls no punches, but there's also a beautiful component. I've never read another book like it. . I had a lot more to say about this book, so click the link in my profile for the full review and more mani pics! 👆🏼 #jenniesnailsandtales 💅🏼📚 . . Jacket design by Grace Han. Jacket photographs © Getty Images (Starry Sky) F.B. Johnson & Company C. 1985 (Woman Standing on Crescent Moon). Also, my apologies to what I assume are supposed to be Rose's legs, standing on the crescent moon. I'm truly awful at drawing any part of the human form. I mean, does she have a club foot, or what? 😂🙈😂 . . I used @fingerpaintsfun Black Expressionism, @opi_products Alpine Snow, Rollin' In Cashmere, matte topcoat, @chinaglazeofficial Queen B and The Outer Edge and @orlynails Wild Wisteria and Charged Up. . . #thelonelyheartshotel #heatheroneill #50bookpledge #bookreview #bookishnails #bookinspirednails #chinaglaze #orly #opipolish #readthenorth #chaptersindigo #indigofaves #canlit #freehandnailart

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HarperCollins is celebrating its 200th anniversary (with some pretty incredible books!).


If you haven’t heard, we’re all about reading companions this month. (And we love this new thriller).


Like @bookclubgirl said, make this book your April book club selection now! 

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I. Love. This. Book. Make it your April #bookclub selection now - promise you won't regret it. On sale 3/28. Link to prologue now in my bio as well. #Repost @wmmorrowbks with @repostapp ・・・ “As the night wore on, a kind of giddy, reckless energy took over. A comical figure in lederhosen and kneesocks played an accordion—was he someone the countess had hired or a local guest?—and people began folk dancing on the uneven cobblestones. Women even kicked off their shoes, despite the cold. And inside, the American jazz trio the countess had invited finally arrived. They played ragtime in the great hall while a number of the bolder, more cosmopolitan guests demonstrated dances with silly names like the Big Apple and the Lindy Hop. Somehow, despite the improvised stove and lack of running water, the chef presented a steady stream of delicacies: traditional pork meatballs with a delicate parsley sauce, plump white steamed dumplings, and silver-dollar sausage rounds. But also novelties—asparagus wrapped with paper-thin ham, jelly molds, pineapple flambé, and caviar toast . . . like the music, the food spanned the gamut of German cultural life.” • Read the prologue of THE WOMEN IN THE CASTLE by Jessica Shattuck now before it goes on sale 3/28. Set at the end of World War II, in a crumbling Bavarian castle that once played host to all of German high society, this novel is a powerful and propulsive story of three women whose lives and fates become intertwined. Link in our bio. #thewomeninthecastle #amreading #bookish #bookstagram #bookhaul

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I can’t remember if we told you or not, but this box of 64 books could be yours.. All you have to do is vote and enter here


Dennis Prescott is coming out with a BEAUTIFUL cookbook (and this Instagram shot is just a hint at how hungry it’ll make you).


What was your favourite bookstagram post from March? Are you a Bookstagrammer? Send us a link to your profile in the comments below or on Twitter @SavvyReader for a chance to be featured in our April roundup!


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