10 Celebrity Book Clubs To Follow Right Now

Your March read awaits.

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Oprah's Book Club by Oprah Winfrey

Winfrey's book club was first introduced as a segment on The Oprah Winfrey Show in 1996 and it has become a well-known extension of her brand. For those who have Apple TV+, tune into Winfrey's chat on that month's book club pick with its author.@oprahsbookclub

Belletrist by Emma Roberts

Roberts, along with friend Karah Preiss, founded Belletrist in 2017. Besides selecting cool women-authored books, the club highlights amazing indie bookstores in the U.S. to support, where you can buy the book of the month with the club's discount.@belletrist

Reese's Book Club

Reese Witherspoon's book club introduces the latest fiction books written by female authors. With so many people reading along, the club even has its own app, where readers can discuss what they thought of the recent pick.@reesesbookclub

Our Shared Shelf by Emma Watson

Looking to discuss topics related to equality and feminist issues, Watson founded Our Shared Shelf in 2016. Book selections come out every two months, and readers can discuss what they thought of the pick over on her Goodreads page. @emmawatson

Noname Book Club by Noname

Each month, Chicago rapper and poet Noname, along with a special guest, select two books written by authors of color to read and discuss. The club has 10+ local chapters across the country and hosts a national Zoom call monthly to chat about the picks.@nonamereads

Read With Jenna by Jenna Bush Hager

The Today show host selects the best page-turners for readers to dive into every month. On her website, you can find loads of elements to further your reading experience and March's book club pick: What's Mine and Yours by Naima Coster.@jennabhager

Kaia Gerber

A voracious reader, Gerber launched her book club in March 2020 by sharing her reading picks via Instagram. She'll also host an Instagram Live discussion with the author of the book. When she's not reading, you can find the model honing in her chess skills.@kaiagerber

Shonda Rhimes

You already know Rhimes has good taste in books (she did adapt Bridgerton for Netflix), so it's no surprise that she has a dedicated section for books on her Shondaland website. The best book picks for March are already out.@shondarhimes

Sarah Jessica Parker

Parker doesn't have an official book club, but as the honorary chair of the American Library Association's Book Club Central and the editorial director of SJP For Hogarth, she's always sharing great reads on Instagram. You can also follow her on Goodreads.@sarahjessicaparker

Between Two Books by Florence Welch

In collaboration with her fans, Welch founded Between Two Books, which has shared all kinds of recommendations since 2012. Famous authors like Sally Rooney to directors like Greta Gerwig have also given their recs on the site in the past.@florence

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