If you’re a Bookstagrammer working hard to get your content out there, but struggling with time and content ideas, I got you. This post is all about easy, free book Instagram story templates for you to copy and edit for your Bookstagram on Instagram stories!
One of my goals is to provide content that helps not just me, but also by community, grow in our promotion of books. Right now, I’m focusing on quick and easy ways to get our Bookstagram content our there with book Instagram story templates. I created the 17+ Bookstagram templates below for you.
I think these free Instagram story templates are super fun and hope you think so too! If you use these Bookstagram story templates, be sure to tag me @bookish_jules so I can see what you did with them!
Free Instagram Story Templates
Book Goals 2021
Simply fill in the blanks on this Instagram story template for Bookstagram and save it to your highlights to track your yearly goals as the year progresses.
Favorite Books of the Year
You can use this Bookstagram story template all year. Each month, add in your favorite book that month. It will be fun to see your monthly favorites at the end of the year.
This is my most popular template!!
I tried to make this #FollowFriday Bookstagram template more catchy than simply tagging other people, so I gave you the option to give “superlative” titles to your favorite Bookstagrammers.
Book of the Month Club Instagram Story Template
This is a monthly Bookstagram story template for Book of the Month Club subscribers. Each month, fill in the five Book of the Month Club selections and add in which one(s) you selected. Feel free to add in a related emoji or gif in the large box to describe your pick or how you are feeling about it.
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Meet the Bookstagrammer Instagram Story Template
This is another Bookstagram story template meant for your followers to get to know you more personally. If you have an “About” highlight on your profile, this would also be a good template to add to it.
This or That? Bookish Edition Instagram Story Template
This Bookstagram story template is a fun bookish game. Select one of the two options from each category below by placing a dot or emoji next to your pick. You can also underline or circle your pick.
This is my second most popular template!
3 Books I Always Recommend
Since your Instagram followers likely trust and appreciate your bookish recommendations, this Bookstagram template easily answers a frequently asked question. If you have an “About” or “FAQ” story highlight on your profile, you may want to add this template.
This is my third most popular template!
Book Review Instagram Story Template
This mini book review is one template I like to use a lot on Bookstagram. It makes it so easy and fun to give a quick review of a book. You can either color in or circle the stars, or you can add star emojis for how many stars you give a book.
This Bookstagram story template is too cute. It focuses on love stories and would be perfect to share around Valentine’s Day! Insert titles, GIFs or emojis in the boxes with your fave picks.
Top 3 Books – Multiple Editions
I created several editions of this “Top 3” books Instagram template, which focuses on your favorite books across an array of genres. I hope you have fun filling in these free Instagram story templates!
Coffee & Currently Reading
Posting your coffee mug and the book you are currently reading is a popular trend on Bookstagram with the #coffeeandcurrentlyreading. With this Bookstagram template, just fill in what type of coffee you are currently reading and what you are currently reading. I suggest you add #coffeeandcurrentlyreading for added visibility.
Last, Now, Next
Another popular trend on Instagram is to post the last book you read, the book you are currently reading, and the book you intend to read next. So, simply fill in the blanks as such on this Bookstagram story template. I recommend you use #lastnownext for added visibility.
TBR (To Be Read) List
Hold yourself accountable with this reading challenge template on Instagram. Each month you can post your hopeful TBR (“to be read”) list, and then check it off with an emoji or scribble as you complete your own personal challenge.
How To Use Instagram Story Templates
Simply save these free Instagram story templates for Bookstagram to your phone, then fill in the blanks on Instagram stories. You can also take screenshots of the templates to save them.
Once you fill the Bookstagram template out and post it to stories, be sure to include a blank template in the next slide so others can use it too.
Several of the Instagram story templates also have tagging options, so be sure to tag others, so we can all promote each other easily. Also make sure you tag me (@bookish_jules) when you use the templates, so I can see what you did with them!
(I will keep copies of these blank free Instagram story templates for Bookstagram in a highlights section on my Instagram page if you want to access them later.)
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