25 Latinx Book Influencers to Follow

Do you love finding your next read from a book influencer? We do too. To make sure that your social media feed is just as diverse as your TBR pile, our book influencer series rounds up bookworms who inspire us on the daily. We have previously shouted out some amazing Latinx bookworms in our blogger, Bookstagrammer, Booktuber, and queer influencer roundups. This latest installment features 25 Latinx readers who have us adding books to our TBR left and right. Read on and give these content creators some love!



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Ivana is a teacher who shares her reading updates on Bookstagram. Her thoughtful and insightful reviews are must-reads.


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If you love YA, give Natalie a follow and be graced by her beautiful photos.


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I can’t resist an aesthetically coordinated Bookstagram and Adriana’s current fall theme is my favorite.


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Bookseller Angie offers glimpses of her personal reading updates and the store she works at on her Bookstagram.


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Shantell may be new to Bookstagram, but she’s already hooked us with her manga recommendations.


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Scarllet’s feed is filled with bright and beautiful photos of her recent reads.


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Ana’s passion for YA, SFF, and Latinx books shines through on her Bookstagram.


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Lexx reads across a wide variety of genres, and as a result, her feed is sure to offer recs for every type of reader!


Astrid is a co-host of the #ConSaborReadingChallenge, which encourages readers to pick up as many books by Latinx authors as they can throughout the year!

Looking for fun listicles, discussion posts, and book tags? Lais has got you covered!

Ariel primarily shares book reviews of YA, romance, and thrillers on her blog—but one of my favorite posts from her is the Bookstagram entry in her How To series. 

Miya’s blog is dedicated to planners and bullet journals as well as book reviews. She is a must-follow for bookworms looking for organization inspiration!

Want to read reviews on upcoming and new releases? Stephanie participates in many exciting blog tours!

Kenia has really fun reviews filled with gifs and gorgeous graphics. Plus she has a beautiful Bookstagram!


There are some special Booktubers who feel like friends when you watch their videos and Tash is one of those people. She is also a co-host of the Latinx-a-thon this year.

Cynthia has fantastic book reviews and really unique book discussion videos, such as Menstruation in Fiction and Sister Bonds in Fiction.

Mel has been on Booktube for three months and she brings her glam makeup and excitement for books in every video.

I dare you to try watching one of Richie’s videos without laughing! They read many different genres, but they are most known for their middle grade recommendations.

Taylor is the co-host of the Vampathon Readathon, along with several other readalongs, and her book reviews are always insightful. 

Kathleen is a co-host of both Read-O-Rama and the Latinx-a-thon. On her channel, she features unboxings, TBR roundups, and shows off her monthly bullet journal spreads.

Johely’s editing skills and videography make her beautiful videos so soothing to watch and her thoughts on books make them even better.

R.C. gravitates towards fantasy and graphic novels. He also dedicates every December to reading Star Wars novels.

You’ll want to make room on your TBR after listening to Natalie’s thoughts on books in both her recent reads and book review videos.

This list would be incomplete without Mariana, whose videos are all in Spanish with English captions!

Andrea co-hosts the Latinx-a-thon and you can find Latinx book recs on her channel all year long.

Dana Cuadrado

Dana Cuadrado is the Social Media and Administrative Assistant at NetGalley. She manages all of NetGalley’s social channels, spends a lot of time taking bookstagram pictures, and specializes in finding the perfect gif. When she’s not working, she’s probably baking cookies, binge watching a show on Netflix, and attempting to read all of the books on her TBR pile.

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