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Whether you’re a die-hard fan of Oprah and her monthly book club picks or you just like scrolling Instagram feeding your obsession for the next best thing, then you must know about #bookstagram and their little corner of the social media platform were book worms and bibliophiles alike reside. We’re  huge fans of the Book-ish community and we’re always looking for books that are reflective of us and our culture. We grew tired of the typical YA (Young Adult) recommendations pretty quickly and started seeking out members of Caribbean Bookstagram (it’s a thing!) to add to our following list and we were successful!

Below, we’re sharing some of our recent finds for Caribbean #bookstagrammers on on the internet.


@bookofcinz – Jamaica

Website, Twitter & Goodreads


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@booklempt.gyal – Antigua & Barbuda



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@gizellewho – Jamaica



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@nadine.tomlinson – Jamaica

Website, Twitter


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@rebelwomenlit – Jamaica



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@miss.bibliofancy – Jamaica



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@kerinewint – Jamaica

Blog and Goodreads 

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@suzannebhagan – Trinidad & Tobago


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@lostinderry – Jamaica



@novelniche – Trinidad & Tobago



@addendumadventure – St. Lucia


@afomaumesi – Nigerian living in St. Vincent and the Grenadines

@irie_reads – Jamaica


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