127 Best Usernames for Book Lovers (Curated & Ranked) + Generator

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Someone once likened reading a good book to traveling without leaving your comfy, overstuffed reading chair.

Most people appreciate books in one form or the other, be it a traditional hardcover, paperback, or electronic version.

If none of our book-related usernames transport you like your favorite novel, see our username generator and tips for creating your own book-related username below the list.

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    thelostbookmark

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    book.aholic

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    novel_nerd

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    foreverbooked

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    (yourname)isreading

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    perksofbeing[your name]

    inspired by The Perks of Being a Wallflower, with your first name or nickname added

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    abibliophobia

    reference to the fear of running out of books to read

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    cozycoffeereader

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    boundbybooks

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    nextchapter

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    whatsheread

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    tea.and.tomes

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    the_write_stuff

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    dreamy.reader

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    literaryaura

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    pageturner

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    readforyourlife

    a play on the phrase “run for your life”

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    thefictionfreak

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    amongthestacks

    reference to library shelves

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    TolkiensRings

    reference to J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings series

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    FirstEdition

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    truthintext

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    OutOfPrint

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    FifthAvenueLion

    reference to the New York Public Library’s lion statues and The Lions of Fifth Avenue by Fiona Davis

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    bookishbrain

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    thatoldbooksmell

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    bibliobibuli

    meaning people who read too much

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    (yourname)readsnrambles

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    AlwaysAusten

    reference to Jane Austen, author of Pride and Prejudice

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    thedecklededge

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    TheBookDragon

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    Bookbuddy

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    bookbrained

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    thelonesomedove

    reference to the novel by Larry McMurtry

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    yourpaperbackpal

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    wordworshipper

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    ItsAutobiographical

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    bookedandbusy

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    aDystoPiancLasSic

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    NeedsRebinding

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    NonfictionNation

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    Shelfiegram

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    reading.radical

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    mycrackedspines

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    WizardofHogwarts

    reference to the Harry Potter series

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    Bibliomaniac

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    PoesCollectedTales

    reference to Edgar Allan Poe

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    ISBN13

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    SnowboundatOverlook

    reference to The Shining by Stephen King

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    mydiverseshelf

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    travel.in.pages

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    rainbowspines

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    TolstoyTsar

    reference to Leo Tolstoy, author of Anna Karenina and War and Peace

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    LondontoCanterbury

    reference to The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer

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    ReadingRaptor

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    BookMaven

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    eponymouseyre

    reference to Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

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    epistolarydreams

    meaning a novel written in the form of letters

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    stacked

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    Typographic

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    aVerYhunGryCaterPilLar

    reference to The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle

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    typesettingeffects

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    Bookwise

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    questsbetweencovers

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    classicbookworm

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    KafkasCastle

    reference to Franz Kafka

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    lostinwesteros

    reference to the Game of Thrones series

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    literarylion

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    GiltEdges

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    Embossed

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    OffsetImage

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    acuratedcollection

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    forreference

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    WintersTale01

    reference to the novel by Mark Helprin

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    betweenthelines

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    ChapterAndVerse

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    WordWizard

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    anheirloomedition

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    cuddlebugbooks

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    shecollectsclassics

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    F_Scott_theGreat

    reference to F. Scott Fitzgerald, author of The Great Gatsby

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    InMilnesWorld

    reference to A. A. Milne

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    RealistReader

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    bookwhiz

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    lostinthestrand

    reference to the iconic Strand bookstore in New York City

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    historicallycorrect

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    BeveledBinding

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    BibliographicalOne

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    underthesunintuscany

    reference to Under the Tuscan Sun by Frances Mayes

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    Blindstamped

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    HemingwayatSea

    reference to Ernest Hemingway

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    wordsmith

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    letmetakeashelfie

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    RowlingReport

    reference to J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series

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    jaggeddustjacket

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    dreamsonpaper

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    tHebeEtquEen

    reference to The Beet Queen by Louise Erdrich

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    tHeiNviSiblEmaN

    reference to the book by Ralph Ellison

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    BookConnoisseur

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    otherworldlyreads

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    notafacsimile

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    advancereadercopy

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    Orwell1984

    reference to George Orwell’s classic dystopian novel 1984

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    DickenstheGreat

    reference to Charles Dickens, author of Great Expectations

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    finepressedition

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    aliterarylegend

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    aKerouacClassic

    reference to Jack Kerouac

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    myreadingrainbow

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    word_warrior

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    BookSavant

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    literary.luminary

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    book_boss

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    typicalsynopsis

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    dogearedpages

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    bibliomania

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    CozyCrimePI

    reference to the cozy mystery genre

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    TwainsFinn

    reference to Mark Twain’s Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

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    FaulknersFolk

    reference to William Faulkner

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    KeseysCookoosNest

    reference to Ken Kesey’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

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    booklovergram

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    wordslinger

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    readingRevolution

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    HawkingHumanities

    reference to Stephen Hawking, author of A Brief History of Time

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    asteinbeckclassic

    reference to John Steinbeck, author of The Grapes of Wrath

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    RationalReader

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    MythicalRealmReader

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    iNtHeaRcHives

Book-Related Username Generator

How to Create a Great Book-Related Username

You may want your book-related username to reflect something about you and/or perhaps your favorite types of books.

Keep the following tips in mind (which we used when creating our list):

  • Consider your favorite genre. Your favorite genre of books may offer some descriptive words, tropes, or ideas that you could form into an ingenious book-related username!
  • Think of your favorite book titles and authors. Book-related username inspiration may be as close as some of your favorite book titles or even the names of your favorite authors. Experiment with combining several words and/or names until you find what you are looking for.
  • Brainstorm words that describe books. Make a list of words that describe books. Words related to book publishing, bookstores, libraries, or anything else related to books may lead you to your perfect book-related username.
  • Use a fictitious place from your favorite book. Many readers find themselves wishing they could attend Hogwarts or live in The Shire. If you have a favorite fictitious place, you can use it as inspiration for your username. If the place name itself is already in use as a username, add your name or a number to it.

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