Bookworms, Rejoice: 8 Celebs with Book Clubs You Can Join Right Now
The youngest Kardashian sister took it upon herself to dream up the perfect summer reading list, which she shared with her readers on her website. "Long, lazy summer days are the BEST time to get lost in a totally gripping book," she wrote. "Choosing what to read can be overwhelming (so many books, so few vacation days!)" The reality star highlighted titles like The Wangs vs. the World by Jade Chang and How to Fall in Love with Anyone by Mandy Len Catron.
One quick scan of the Scream Queens actress's Instagram account reveals Roberts' serious passion for literature — which most recently inspired the star to begin her own book club, Belletrist. "You guys know I love to read. I'm constantly posting what I'm reading and wanting to know what you're reading!" she wrote, announcing her latest venture. "So @kpreiss and I thought why not start a #bookclub where we can all read and discuss together in one place? Come read with us."
The Beauty and the Beast star launched Our Shared Shelf, a book club that specializes in feminist literature. "As part of my work with UN Women, I have started reading as many books and essays about equality as I can get my hands on," Watson shared in a message with fans. "I've been discovering so much that, at times, I've felt like my head was about to explode … I decided to start a Feminist book club, as I want to share what I'm learning and hear your thoughts too."
With a résumé that boasts film adaptations of popular titles like Wild and Big Little Lies, Witherspoon made the decision to launch her very own social media-driven book club. There's no official sign-up list — but bibliophiles can follow along #RWBookClub on Instagram for the star's picks.
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In a special section entitled Lit Thursday in Lenny Letter each week, the Girls actress spreads the word about must-read titles, ranging from novels to "memorable magazine articles by and about women."
In an attempt to form a deeper connection with her fans, the Florence + the Machine frontwoman chose to share her personal book recommendations and spark literary discussion through her Between Two Books book club.
It would practically be illegal to round up celeb-launched book clubs and not mention the media mogul. Winfrey's book club began more than 20 years ago and still remains popular among fans.