77 Usernames for Book Lovers

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

Most people love 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 tips for creating your own book-related username below the list.

  1. GiltEdges
  2. FirstEdition
  3. BibliographicalOne
  4. NeedsRebinding
  5. Bibliomaniac
  6. jaggeddustjacket
  7. typicalsynopsis
  8. Embossed
  9. notafacsimile
  10. Typographic
  11. OffsetImage
  12. Blindstamped
  13. ISBN13
  14. tHebeEtquEen: reference to The Beet Queen by Louise Erdrich
  15. abibliophobia: reference to the fear of running out of books to read
  16. underthesunintuscany: reference to Under the Tuscan Sun by Frances Mayes
  17. dogearedpages
  18. CozyCrimePI: reference to the cozy mystery genre
  19. bibliobibuli: meaning people who read too much
  20. typesettingeffects
  21. anheirloomedition
  22. aVerYhunGryCaterPilLar: reference to The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle
  23. aDystoPiancLasSic
  24. OutOfPrint
  25. bibliomania
  26. advancereadercopy
  27. thatoldbooksmell
  28. classicbookworm
  29. BeveledBinding
  30. FifthAvenueLion: reference to the New York Public Library’s lion statues and The Lions of Fifth Avenue by Fiona Davis
  31. wordworshipper
  32. TolstoyTsar: reference to Leo Tolstoy, author of Anna Karenina and War and Peace
  33. asteinbeckclassic: reference to John Steinbeck, author of The Grapes of Wrath
  34. thelostbookmark
  35. lostinthestrand: reference to the iconic Strand bookstore in New York City
  36. RowlingReport: reference to J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series
  37. foreverbooked
  38. HawkingHumanities: reference to Stephen Hawking, author of A Brief History of Time
  39. acuratedcollection
  40. forreference
  41. iNtHeaRcHives
  42. ItsAutobiographical
  43. amongthestacks: reference to library shelves
  44. thefictionfreak
  45. NonfictionNation
  46. TwainsFinn: reference to Mark Twain’s Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
  47. historicallycorrect
  48. AlwaysAusten: reference to Jane Austen, author of Pride and Prejudice
  49. Orwell1984: reference to George Orwell’s classic dystopian novel 1984
  50. mydiverseshelf
  51. F_Scott_theGreat: reference to F. Scott Fitzgerald, author of The Great Gatsby
  52. TolkiensRings: reference to J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings series
  53. thedecklededge
  54. DickenstheGreat: reference to Charles Dickens, author of Great Expectations
  55. letmetakeashelfie
  56. HemingwayatSea: reference to Ernest Hemingway
  57. LondontoCanterbury: reference to The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer
  58. epistolarydreams: meaning a novel written in the form of letters
  59. PoesCollectedTales: reference to Edgar Allan Poe
  60. KafkasCastle: reference to Franz Kafka
  61. finepressedition
  62. lostinwesteros: reference to the Game of Thrones series
  63. tHeiNviSiblEmaN: reference to the book by Ralph Ellison
  64. aliterarylegend
  65. FaulknersFolk: reference to William Faulkner
  66. perksofbeing[your name]: inspired by The Perks of Being a Wallflower, with your first name or nickname added
  67. KeseysCookoosNest: reference to Ken Kesey’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
  68. rainbowspines
  69. WintersTale01: reference to the novel by Mark Helprin
  70. readforyourlife: a play on the phrase “run for your life”
  71. SnowboundatOverlook: reference to The Shining by Stephen King
  72. the_write_stuff
  73. aKerouacClassic: reference to Jack Kerouac
  74. thelonesomedove: reference to the novel by Larry McMurtry
  75. WizardofHogwarts: reference to the Harry Potter series
  76. eponymouseyre: reference to Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
  77. InMilnesWorld: reference to A. A. Milne

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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