These 6 female celeb book clubs are definitely worth writing home about
Been thinking of joining a book club lately, but don’t have a clue where to begin? Well, thanks to the ol’ world wide web, linking up with like-minded lit lovers across the globe is easier than ever. With the news of Emma Roberts’ new book club, Belletrist, hot off the presses, we decided to give you a rundown of some of the most-talked about and most-followed, celeb-led book clubs around. Take your pick!
Our Shared Shelf was started by the feminist activist herself. Emma explains on the Goodreads page for the group:
Join Our Shared Shelf here.
Florence Welch, bookworm and front-woman of Florence and the Machine, recommends monthly picks for this book club. The Facebook page for the group reads:
Join Between Two Books here.
Announced just today, Emma, who has been known to post plenty of book selfies on her own account, has teamed up with Karah Preiss on the project.
Join Belletrist here.
Oprah began her iconic, groundbreaking book club back in 1996, over 20 years ago. The New York Times noted:
Join Oprah’s Book Club here.
As one of the facets of Lenny Letter (of which Lena is a co-creator), Lit Thursday is for great book recs. Though, recently, they’ve been focusing on long-form articles. They explain:
Read Lit Thursday picks here.
With an emphasis on books about to be or already adapted for film, Reese’s picks come with a quality assurance guarantee from the Legally Blonde actress herself. People reports:
Watch for Reese’s picks here.
Now go forth and bond with your new bookworm besties!