Like and Subscribe: Ten Characters I’d Follow on Social Media

Today marks another round of Top Ten Tuesday. It’s a feature hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl, who provides basic instructions each week for creating a bookish list. So if you’re looking to get in on the list-making action, be sure to check out her blog for future prompts as well as links to current participants’ posts.

This week’s theme had me thinking of characters I’d love to follow on social media, if only they were real.

Death of a Toy Soldier
by Barbara Early

Following any protagonist from a cozy mystery series would be interesting. Exactly how does one post about finding yet another dead body? But Liz McCall would have the added bonus of a nostalgia-fueled feed based around her toy shop.


Deposing Nathan
by Zack Smedley

Wickedly funny and equally as smart, Cam would have some great one-liners on Twitter.

Goodreads | My Review

Frog and Toad are Friends
by Arnold Lobel

What would be more calming than an account dedicated to chronicling the pure friendship and joy that radiate from Frog and Toad?


Love Spells for the End of the World
by Alys Murray

Bel’s hometown, with its magical creatures, is in a constant state of Halloween. The Instagram posts practically draft themselves.

Goodreads | My Review

Love and Lies at the Village Christmas Shop
by Portia MacIntosh

Ivy is living the dream of running her shop, Christmas Every Day, and it’s that kind of positivity and festive cheer that I could use every day.

Goodreads | My Review

Murder with Collard Greens and Hot Sauce
by A.L. Herbert

Another cozy, but this time it’s Halia’s mouthwatering recipes that have me wanting to follow her.


New Starts and Cherry Tarts at the Cosy Kettle
by Liz Eeles

A quaint cafe. A packed bookshop. A quaint village. Callie’s living the dream and I’d love to see more of it.

Goodreads | My Review

Rosie’s Travelling Tea Shop
by Rebecca Raisin

Rosie bought a campervan after a few too many glasses of wine with the plan to set off on a cross-country adventure. That’s a journey I’d love to follow along with.

Goodreads | My Review

by Jodie Lynn Zdrok

It’s 1887 in Paris and Nathalie has a job writing the daily morgue column—if only those pesky psychic visions would get out of her way! She might not have a lot of time to post while tracking a killer, but I’d have my notifications turned on for each one.

Goodreads | My Review

The House That Lou Built
by Mae Respicio

Lou’s super positive attitude and penchant for projects might just be the inspiration I’d need to start some of my own DIY tasks.



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