Follow Your Interests: Don't Miss Content You'll Care About
On Bookwitty, it's always possible to discover new content on the Discover Page. Of course, you can also create your own reading lists, articles, or other posts on any subject that inspires you to write. But Bookwitty also offers you the chance to follow other topics, authors, and whatever-enthusiasts who also want share their content with you!
It's very simple: Just search for the topic or pen name that you're interested in keeping up with, and click the "Follow" button. You'll find it at the top:
Once content is added to the topic page or by the pen name you've followed, it will appear in the newsfeed on your homepage.
Because your curiosity is limitless and your interests can evolve, you can of course remove or add topics as often as you want.
To get you started, here are some suggestions for people and topics to follow:
Pen Names to Follow
Alex Chams writes about Children's and Translated Literature
Awanthi Vardaraj on Indian Literature and Cookbooks
Sultanabun is a master of Children's Literature, Cookbooks, and Fiction Reviews
R. William Atwood writes about Literary Fiction, cowboys, and (sometimes) aliens
Andrew Madigan writes about History, Drinks, and often times how the two cross paths
Marcia Lynx Qualey for her expertise on Arabic Literature
Isabelle Intranslation for Translated French content
Topics to Follow
One of our goals here at Bookwitty is to make books accessible to everyone, everywhere, so naturally, one of our most popular topics is Travel. Explore the colorful world of Indian and Pakistani Literature and African Literature. Join the conversation in our Arabic and Middle Eastern Literature page, or watch it unfold in front of you on Current Affairs and Politics.
If you're looking for something a bit more relatable, follow the Parenting topic page for advice on what books to read to get you going on that next family vacation. Or maybe you're more interested in Children's Literature, because your daughter really needs a new bedtime story set in space.