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A Book Club Masterlist

Hello readers! This is a post I have been working on for months. It was slightly overwhelming for me to try to do this, but I cannot stop thinking about posting it! I know I will not be able to put EVERY book club into this list, but please don’t be afraid to comment down below your book club if I missed it! I will add them in if you mention them in my comments or DM me on Twitter.

2020 really was the year where book clubs blew up. I am going to try to break down each one by type. Some book clubs are genre specific, some are LGBT or POC centered, and others are just general. This post does NOT include readalongs, just regular online book clubs created by the many members of the book community. Some book clubs do have more than one theme. For instance, there will be an LGBT centered fantasy book club, but I will only put them in the LGBT section. So, make sure to check out every section for what you are looking for! Lastly, I will add in all the current books which have been announced by each book club from March onward, if it applies. Each section will have all the hosts Twitter linked along with their main platform of choice. Without further ado, here is a list of around 50 different online book clubs.

ALL art mentioned under each book club is owned by that book club and can be found on the book club’s Twitter page. This includes any collages of book club picks! I did not create or own any of the art.

Before we go any further, I want to disclaim that there is an affiliate link in the bottom of this post for an online used book store called Better World Books! If you use my link, I will make a commission.

Feminist Book Clubs

The Brown Girl Book Club was created by Jessica Nicole Dickerson. It is centered around books by women of color in all genres. Each month, they take a poll on four different books, so you do get a say in what everyone reads. They usually post cheaper places to buy the book once it is chosen, if you are on a budget. This book club is constantly reading books I haven’t even heard of before. If you are interested in this book club, keep an eye out in the first few days of each the month for the poll.


Jessica’s Twitter: Booktube:

The Feminist As Fuck Book Club was created by Rachel from readswithrachel. This one focuses on books by women. Here are a few of the recent choices if you are considering joining in! ↓


Rachel’s Twitter: Booktube:

The Magical Girl Society was created by Monica from Shemightbemonica and Breana at Milkybooks. This is a book club focused around fantasy book by female authors.

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Monica: Twitter: Booktube:

Breana: Twitter: Booktube:

The Smart Brown Girl Book Club was created by Jouelzy and is centered around reading books by black women. They haven’t said, but it seems they read literary fiction. They also sell a compendium each month to make the experience better for the readers.

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POC Book Clubs

The Unfriendly Black Hotties Book Club was created by a lot of different Booktubers. I once asked the Twitter page who all the people are in the bookclub, and they sent me a link to a Youtube playlist, which will be linked below so you can check them all out! They are a book club who read books written by black authors.

In March, the Unfriendly Black Hotties will be reading Grown by Tiffany D. Jackson.


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The Subtle Asian Book Club was created by Tiffany at ReadbyTiffany and Alexandra at TwirlingPages. This book club is cented around reading books by Asian authors. They have not announced their book for March, but I do know they have a poll each month on the discord server if are considering joining, and would like a say in what you read.

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Tiffany’s Twitter: Booktube: Blog:

Alexandra’s Twitter: Booktube: Blog:

The Bashment Book Club was created by Paige at MinimalBookie, Saajid at Booksaremysociallife, and Lynell at Weekendreader. They are focused on reading authors from the Caribbean. There are plenty of new authors to discover in the 13 countries within the Caribbean along with this book club!

Paige: Twitter: Booktube:

Saajid: Twitter: Booktube:

Lynell: Twitter: Blog:

The Asians Under a Typhoon book club was created by Veronica at Veronicachenreview and Sophie (they/them) at Sophie and Their Stories. This one is centered around reading books by Asian authors. This is another one that does allow voting each month, so you get to help decide what books get chosen.

The March pick is The Henna Wars by Adiba Jaigirdar.


Veronica: Twitter: Booktube:

Sophie: Blog:

The Latinx book club was created by Sofia, Alicia, Yogi with a Book, and Cande (she/they). This one is centered around reading books by latinx authors.


Sofia: Twitter: Blog:

Alicia: Twitter: Blog:

Yogi: Twitter: Booktube:


OMG She’s Indigenous is run by Thor Wants Another Letter and they reads books by Indigenous authors.


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Dragons and Tea Book Club is run by Maelys, Amy at A Court of Crowns and Quills, and Books and Coffee With Romie. This one reads book by authors of color and is on a hiatus, but will be back in April!

Twitter: Instagram: Goodreads:

Maelys: Twitter: Booktube:

Amy: Twitter: Booktube:


LGBT Book Clubs

The Faes and Gays book club is run by Sandra at gotathingforthings, Maddie at Book Browsing Blog, and Cecilia at ceciliareads. This book club reads scifi and fantasy books by queer authors.

The March pick is A Dark and Hollow Star by Ashley Shuttleworth.


Sandra: Twitter: Booktube:

Maddie: Twitter: Booktube:

Beyond the Binary book club is run by Jesse (they/them) from Bowtiesandbooks. The whole focus of this book club is to read books with nonbinary MCs.


Jesse: Twitter: Booktube:

The Ace Space Book Club is run by Nene at Illustrativebooks. This book club is bi-monthly and is focused on books with MC’s on the ace spectrum.

The March and April club pick is Summer Bird Blue by Akemi Dawn Bowman.


Nene: Twitter: Bookstagram:

The Perfectly Queer Book Club was created by Lily from Lily Eleanor Reads and Mollie from MindofMollie. This book club is as it seems, to read books by LGBT authors.


Lily: Twitter: Booktube:

Mollie: Twitter: Booktube:

General Diverse Book Clubs

The Crusty Club was created by Chanelle at Chanelletime. This book club is just centered around general diversity. Each month the book will be a POC, LGBT, Size positive, or otherwise diverse book. So, if you are looking for all types of diversity, this one may be for you!

In March, The Crusty Club will be reading Spoiler Alert by Olivia Dade.


Chanelle’s Booktube:

The World Readers is run by The Book Leo and Sabine’s Book Nook. The purpose of this book club is to read books by authors from all over the world! In an age where we can’t leave our house, this is a great way to explore!


Book Leo: Twitter: Booktube:

Sabine: Twitter: Booktube:

Accidently in Love book club is run by Paola. This one is centered around reading romance books by marginalized authors. This is a book club that allows the readers to vote on the books, so keep an eye out for the polls if you are interested.

The March book club pick is Rapper’s Delight by Kenya Goree Bell.


Paola: Twitter: Booktube: Blog:

Middle Grade Book Clubs

A Touch of Whimsy Book Club was created by Lexi at Kalyn. This book club reads middle grade books. I love this one because it is good mix of newer and older middle grade books, making it more accessible for their readers!

The March pick is a throwback with Percy Jackson by Rick Riordan. They announce the books quarterly, so they next three picks will be announced sometime in March.




In Cosmic Dream is run by herbookishside. They seem to read newer middle grade more on the diverse side.


Herbookishside: Booktube:

Middle Grade Monthly is run by Jade from Jadeyraereads and Gavin from How to Train Your Gavin. They read newer middle grade books, usually fantasy.


Gavin: Twitter: Booktube:

Jade: Twitter: Booktube:

Fantasy & Sci-fi Book Clubs

The Burned Books Book Club was created by Spoopyhol and Maddie from Book Browsing Blog. This bimonthly book club just started in January, and reads Dystopian books.


Maddie: Twitter: Booktube:

Spoopy: Twitter: Booktube:

The Busy Bee Book Club was created by Aaron from Booked and Busy and her book club reads adult fantasy.

March book: Fate of the Fallen by Kel Kade.


Aaron: Twitter: Booktube:

The Catch Up Book Club was created by Becca and the Books. This is a bimonthly readalong style book club that reads tome-style adult fantasy series. I will link a video detailing the book club picks for the next year.


Book Club Picks:

Becca: Twitter: Booktube:

The Interstellar Book Club is run by Coffee over apples, Maxreviewsbooks, Strawberry Lemon Books, and Gabbin’ With Jessa. This book club reads scifi books and is currently in the middle of a readalong of the Wayfarers series.


Coffee over Apples: Twitter: Booktube:

Max: Twitter: Booktube:

Strawberry Lemon Books: Twitter: Booktube:

Jessa: Twitter: Booktube:

The Name of the Book Club is a scifi and fantasy book club created by Caz from Alittlebookowl and Piera.

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Caz: Twitter: Booktube:

Piera: Twitter: Booktube:

Myth Take is a bimonthly book club run by Ashleigh from A Frolic Through Fiction and Charlotte from Beige Pages. They read fantasy books that are specifically retellings of folklore, myth, or fairytales.

March-April pick: Lore by Alexandra Bracken

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Ashleigh: Twitter: Booktube:

Charlotte: Instagram: Twitter:

Space Sirens was created by Books of Amber, Judith from Dead Good Book Reviews, and Stephanie. This book club includes a voting system and is a scifi fantasy book club focused on speculative fiction. It looks like their March pick will be The Gilded Ones by Namina Forna.

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Amber: Twitter: Booktube: Blog:

Judith: Twitter: Booktube:

Stephanie: Twitter: Booktube:

Simply We Read is run by Kaylani Simply Me. This one just started back up in February and I believe it is a fantasy centered book club.

March pick: City of Brass by S.A. Chakraborty

April book: Furyborn by Claire Legrand


Kaylani: Twitter: Booktube:

Thriller, Mystery & Horror Book Clubs

The Cozy Mystery Book Club is run by Angela, and is themed around cozy mystery books. Here is a graphic of the last few picks and the next two. ↓


Angela: Twitter: Blog:

The Literally Dead Book Club is run by Kayla at Booksandlala. This one reads thrillers, mysteries, and horror novels. They read books every month from February to November.

The March pick is House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski.

The April pick is Every Vow You Break by Peter Swanson.

Twitter: Goodreads: Instagram:

Lala: Twitter: Booktube:

The Spooky Bitches Book Club is run by Brody at Ettubrody, Michelle at BookishlyMichelle, Weeziereads, and Angel at Jurrasicreads. This book clubs picks one horror book and one movie per month on one topic, and discusses them together.

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Michelle: Twitter: Booktube:


Angel: Twitter: Booktube:

The Book Troop Book Club

The Book Troop Book club is run by Gabby from Gabbyreads. This one reads new-release thrillers. They do not have a specific social media, as far as I know, but everything you need is on the host’s Youtube channel.

The March pick is The Minders by John Marrs.

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Romance Book Clubs

Book Boyfriend Are Better Book Club is run by Rylanne, Elle, and Maya and is centered around reading romance books.


Rylanne: Blog:

Elle: Booktube: Instagram:

Maya: Instagram:

The Swoon Sisters Book Club is a new romance book club that just started in January. It is run by Daijah and Nicole. The March book is The Chase by Elle Kennedy.


Daijah: Twitter: Booktube:

Nicole: Twitter: Booktube:

Classic Book Clubs

The Goth Lit Book Club was created by Cait at Chaptercviii (pronounced chaptercait). This one reads gothic books, some of the time they are classics, and sometimes not. but they always have a gothic setting. There is voting for this one as well, so you get a say in what the group reads!


Cait: Twitter: Booktube:

Passed it Classics is hosted by Taylor at PageScreenTaylor, Cara at Wildebookgarden, and Julia at ShakespeareandSuch. Julia a host for the next two book clubs as well.

March pick: Beloved by Toni Morrison

April pick: Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier

May pick: Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde


Taylor: Twitter: Booktube:

Cara: Twitter: Booktube:

Julia: Twitter: Booktube:

Reading the Renaissance is a book club which was just started in January. It was created by Julia from Shakespeare and Such and Helen from Pagesandpeaches. This is a quarterly book club where they read 2 books and watch 2 TV shows or movies on one theme.

Here is an announcement video of all the books and media for this book club for the next few months:



Julia: Listed above ↑

Keep It Classic book club is run by Julia from Shakespeare and Such, Novel Thought, Vanessa at Paperfaerie, and Molly Bee. They read general classics and have not named their pick for March just yet.

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Novel Thought: Twitter: Booktube:

Vanessa: Twitter: Booktube:


Graphic Novel/Manga Book Clubs

The host club was created by Kitty, Nana, The Bookish Nook, Rachel, and Coffee over apples. This book club reads 4 manga books per month. Three will be the first three in a series, and the other will be the first in a different series.



Nana: Twitter: Booktube:

Bookish Nook: Twitter: Booktube:

Rachel: Twitter: Booktube:

Coffee over Apples: Twitter: Booktube:

The Queer Picture Book Club was created by Spoopyhol and reads LGBT centered graphic novels.

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Spoopy: Twitter: Booktube:

Nonfiction Book Clubs

Nonfiction baddies is a bimonthly book club created by Maflada and Kasey and they read educational nonfiction such as the picks listed below. This duo also host another book club called Twenty Something Book Club, which will be mentioned later in this post.

Feb-Mar pick: Disfigured by Amanda Leduc

April-May pick: Hood Feminism by Mikki Kendall


Mafalda: Twitter: Booktube:

Kasey: Twitter: Booktube:

The X Book Club is a quarterly book club run by Kim from Expedition Through Pages and Hannah from Hanpickblog. Each quarter, the book club has a theme, and the current quarters theme is space.



Kim: Twitter: Booktube:

Hannah: Booktube: Blog:

A True Crime Book Club

A True Crime Book Club is run by Peter Monn and Mel. This one is centered around reading true crime. They will pick a topic each month and assign a book and movie or TV show about the crime.


Peter: Twitter: Booktube:


Other Book Clubs

The Chaos Rising Book Club is hosted by Katy, Rue’s Reading Corner, Tammie Tries to Read, and Sophia. This one seems to focus more towards fantasy, but reads all types of books.


Katy: Twitter: Booktube:

Rue: Twitter: Booktube:

Tammie: Twitter: Booktube:

Sophia: Twitter: Booktube:

Sisters, Approximately is run by Brittany and Chloe. They mostly read contemporaries or thrillers, but sometimes read outside of those genres, as you can see from the picks above.


Brittany: Twitter: Booktube:

Chloe: Twitter: Booktube:

The Twenty Something Book Club is a new book club hosted by Mafalda and Kasey, who also host the nonfiction baddies listed earlier in this post. This one is centered around reading characters in their twenties. They have said they hope to focus on contemporary and literary fiction, but they will be reading in all genres.

March Pick: Tell Me How You Really Feel by Aminah Mae Safi


Mafalda: Twitter: Booktube:

Kasey: Twitter: Booktube:

The Climate Fiction Book Club

The Climate Fiction Book Club is run by Sage (They/Them), Sim, and Will. This book club reads books about climate change and global warming through the lense of fiction. They have said they are focusing on POC books, but I don’t know if that is permanent or not.

March pick: Moon of the Crusted Snow by Waubgeshig Rice


Sage: Twitter: Booktube:

Sim: Booktube:

Will: Booktube:

The Rewind Book Club starts in March 2021 and is run by Elise of the Petite Punk, Literary Lily, Dimitri, Mori, Kaylee from Reading Through the Wardrobe, Sasha, Dani, Daryan, and Sydthereader.

This book club reads books that were popular in the early 2010s. The picks are randomly generated from a list that you can suggest books for if you like book clubs that let you have a say in the picks.


Elise: Twitter: Booktube:

Lily: Twitter: Booktube:

Dimitri: Twitter: Booktube:

Mori: Twitter: Instagram:

Kaylee: Twitter: Blog:

Sasha: Twitter: Booktube:

Dani: Twitter: Booktube:

Daryan: Twitter: Booktube:

Syd: Twitter:

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