You can read my last set of must-follow Pinterest boards here.
I loved looking through the Pinterest boards, and I got ideas for my own board. Here are even more must-follow Pinterest boards.
- Bookish Vignettes by Amanda Dykes. The board is is a visual tour of little snapshots of reading. The goal of the board is to help readers wonder, where has that person been transported to in the words on their page? They’re each in beautiful or interesting settings, physically—but where has the story taken them? Author website
- The Governess of Highland Hall by Carrie Turansky. For her new book, The Governess of Highland Hall, Carrie has a board for the location/setting, which is England, 1910 – 1919 on the fictional estate called Highland Hall, which is a combination of two real estates: Tyntestfield and Highclere Castle/Downton Abbey. Author website
- Love in the Balance by Regina Jennings. This board shows some pictures Regina gathered for research as well as pictures of the actual setting of the book from her trip to Texas last year. Author website
- Calloway Summer Readers Corner by Jennifer Valent. This board is a public board for readers to pin to. It’s fun seeing the stories from the readers’ perspectives—who they would choose to play the characters in movies, how they picture the homes, scenery, specific scenes, etc. Author website
- The Covered Deep by Brandy Vallance. In 1877, an incurably romantic bookworm from Appalachia wins an essay contest and travels to England and the Holy Land in search of the perfect romantic hero. Such a fun board! Author website
- Mistaken by Karen Barnett. The board focuses on her debut novel coming out July 2nd—the setting (Port Angeles, Washington), 1920s style, research themes, and news about the book release. Author website
- Period Costumes by Linda Kozar. Talk about some great inspiration if you need ideas for a historical novel! Author website
- A Distant Melody by Sarah Sundin. A treasure trove of images for those interested in WWII. Perfect for doing some research! Author website
- Firefly Island by Lisa Wingate. The fun was in seeing Mallory’s peach pie recipe, an art activity she and new stepson, Nick, might have done, movie stars who could play Mallory and Daniel in a film, a cowboy silhouette that’ll quicken your heartbeat, various central Texas scenes (the book setting), an old fisherman who could one of the docksiders in the Moses Lake series, and more. . . . Author website
- Books I’ve Reviewed by Lyn Cote. A great board and a great idea for all you book reviewers out there! Author website