5 bookish Facebook pages you need to like

We firmly believe that you need books in all areas of your life, including Facebook. So we’ve ferreted out the 5 best bookish Facebook pages you need on your feed.

1. Epic Reads

Epic Reads

The Epic Reads page is YA heaven. They’ve got all of the goss for the YA news coming out of America and aren’t afraid to use a super cool graphic, show off their videos and share their gorgeous Instas. We love them quite a lot.

Click here to like!

2. Literature is My Utopia

Literature is my Utopia

This page is a haven for fans of literary quotes on cute graphics. The books quoted range from the classics to YA, literary fiction to children’s books. There’s something for everyone!

Click here to like!

3. Goodreads


We LOVE Goodreads. It’s a brilliant place to attempt to keep your TBR under control, allows us to interact with other brilliant readers and scope out a book before we commit to it. Their Facebook page is just as cool. Goodreads feature articles from all over the booky world, dazzle us with cool facts, share amazing quotes and throw in a gorgeous bookish picture or two.

Click here to like!

4. Barnes & Noble


Barnes & Noble is a chain of book shops in the US, but they don’t just try to sell books on their Facebook page. They have amazing articles from authors, cool lists, gorgeous photos and other interesting literary articles. This is a great page to follow if you want to expand your literary knowledge.

Click here to like!

5. Maximum Pop! Books

MP Books Facebook


You knew that was coming, right? Our Facebook page is still a fledgling compared to some of these other pages, but we’re just as excellent. Like us for worryingly relatable graphics, super-cool infographics and the best posts from the site, hand-picked for Facebook. Go on, you know you want to!

Click here to like!

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Written by Sophie Waters

Sophie is the Head of Commercial at Maximum Pop! Having studied English Lit and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University, she came to MP! to satisfy her passion for books. Sophie is a diehard Hufflepuff and feminist. She's also a huge cat lover, and can often be found rocking her socks off at a gig.

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