We knew it was going to be a challenge when we made a New Year鈥檚 resolution to read more this year,聽and unfortunately our good-for-you reading habit has *definitely* given way to our busy #girlboss schedules. So in an effort to find some quiet time and get back on track with our goal, we鈥檙e infusing a little literary magic wherever we can to remind us to hit the books. Along with following a ton of bookstagrammers on social media and splurging on a tote bag full of hot new adult books and young adult reads, we鈥檙e signing up for a choice handful of virtual book clubs hosted by our fave bookworm-approved celebrities too.

1. Emma Roberts鈥檚 Belletrist: Although Roberts just announced her new book club in March, we鈥檙e already in *love* with its vast bookish community and incredible literary finds. Curated by both Roberts and writer Karah Preiss, we鈥檙e ridiculously excited to start reading their recommendations, including The Rules Do Not Apply by Ariel Levy ($27) and South and West by Joan Didion ($21). Plus, they have a ton of extra goodies on their website, like Roberts鈥 exclusive interview with Didion and corresponding essay.

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2. Florence Welch鈥檚 Between Two Books: When the lead singer of Florence and the Machine (and self-proclaimed bookworm) tweeted a photo of herself in front of a book store on July 23, 2012, her dedicated fans didn鈥檛 waste any time setting up a virtual book club in her honor. Now the book club鈥檚 Facebook account hosts regular book recommendations by Welch聽herself, and her fans are totally on board. BTB鈥檚 current book choice is Here I Am by Jonathan Safran Foer ($28) and was actually chosen by Nick Cave (AKA one of Florence鈥檚 biggest influences).

3. Emma Watson鈥檚 Our Shared Shelf: As a part of her work with UN Women, Watson started a feminist book club on Goodreads that has blown up thanks to her vast fanbase. Choosing books that are though-provoking, encouraging, and mega-empowering, Watson is all about inspiring young women to learn from the past and slay the future. Check out her latest Goodreads pick:聽The Handmaid鈥檚 Tale by Margaret Atwood ($22).

4. Oprah鈥檚 Book Club: When asked to name a聽celebrity book club, your first thought is probably Oprah鈥檚 massive book empire鈥 and for good reason! A few years ago, the original #girlboss updated the platform and rebranded as Oprah鈥檚 Book Club 2.0, which is now much more focused on social media and e-reading. Her latest literary love is Love Warrior by Glennon Doyle Melton ($26). Make sure to check out Oprah鈥檚 recent interview with the author to learn more (including why Oprah feels so connected to the book!).

5. Lena Dunham鈥檚 Lenny Letter: Lena Dunham is famous for many things (RIP Girls), but one of them is undoubtedly her mega-popular biweekly feminist newsletter, the Lenny Letter. Every Thursday, this e-publication posts a piece called Lit Thursday, where the editors dive into the books they are reading, authors they are loving, and more. This week they鈥檙e discussing Too Much and Not the Mood by Durga Chew-Bose ($15). Sign up for free here!

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6. Reese Witherspoon鈥檚 #RWBookClub: While Witherspoon鈥檚 book club is a little more impromptu than some of our other picks, we love the thrill of waiting for Witherspoon鈥檚 newest reads to blow up on social media. Her current obsessions include The Dry by Jane Harper ($26) and The Wonder by Emma Donoghue ($27)鈥 but keep an eye out for even more hot new reads by following the hashtag #RWBookClub.

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