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  • ‘Bookfluencers' make reading aspirational
  • ‘Bookfluencers' make reading aspirational
    Gabby K (2020) ©
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‘Bookfluencers' make reading aspirational

Social media has long been the go-to platform for inspiration, with influencers flaunting their outfits, beauty routines, and exotic travel destinations for their fans to see. But a wave of celebrities and influencers are becoming bookfluencers and turning literature into an aspirational frontier.

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