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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF ZOEHERDT
76.8% of zoeherdt's followers are female and 23.2% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 8.50%. The average number of likes per post is 5962 and the average number of comments is 68.
Zoeherdt loves posting about Fashion, Writers.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR ZOEHERDT
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF ZOEHERDT
- Books and Literature 45.97 %
- Beauty & Fashion 45.29 %
- Business & Careers 41.20 %
- Art & Design 40.64 %
- Fitness & Yoga 37.37 %
- Children & Family 36.12 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 34.85 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 34.56 %
- Technology & Science 33.93 %
- Entertainment 33.48 %
- Movies and TV 33.48 %
- Travel & Tourism 32.37 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 31.12 %
- Music 31.08 %
AD: It may (technically) be summer, but there’s nothing I’d rather do than snuggle up with my best buddy and read a good book ☀️📖 — I just finished This Is My America by @kcjohnsonwrites, and I could NOT put it down! It’s a YA mystery/thriller that heavily focuses on social justice issues, primarily in the criminal justice system. This riveting read is now out in stores! I highly recommend it – but be sure to clear your schedule before starting. Once you start, it’s almost impossible to put it down! — Short synopsis: Our main character, Tracy, writes letters to Innocence X asking the legal organization to help her father, an innocent Black man on death row with only a few months left to live. Then, one night, the police arrives at her house looking for her older brother, Jamal, who is accused of killing a white girl. Tracy decides to prove her family’s innocence in both cases – but she ends up uncovering more about her small Texas town than she bargained for. — [GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED] I’m also going to be holding my own GIVEAWAY for one copy of This Is My America! I really want to get this amazing Own Voices novel into the hands of an Own Voices reader. If you are a Black reader interested in the copy, reply with “Enter me!” This giveaway is U.S. only. It will end on August 4th at 11:59 pm EDT. I’ll announce the recipient within 48 hours 📚 — @getunderlined #GetUnderlined #GetUnderlinedPartner #ThisIsMyAmerica
Aggie is here to remind you to drink water and move your body during @thereadingrush! We just went for a walk while I listened to Take a Hint, Dani Brown by @taliahibbert (my new favorite author), and it was glorious! 🥰 Also, I’d apologize for my feed consisting of only puppy pics, but I am not sorry. Mwahaha 💜
It’s finally here! To celebrate @ArtemisFowl now streaming on Disney+, I’m partnering with @DisneyBooks to share the movie tie-in edition of the first book by @eoincolfer! If you want even more goodness, check out Artemis Fowl’s Guide to the World of Fairies and Artemis Fowl: How to be a LEPrecon! #ad . I have been waiting for an #ArtemisFowl adaptation since I first picked up my sister’s copy in elementary school. (I stole it from her shhh 🤫) It‘s a fantasy adventure following child anti-hero and criminal mastermind Artemis Fowl who kidnaps a fairy in order to restore his family’s fortune. The movie tie-in edition is particularly cool as it has a special note from the author, a foreword from the movie’s director (Kenneth Branagh a.k.a. Gilderoy Lockhart), and 8 pages of photos from the adaptation! If you have a young reader in your life, I recommend!
“When people ask me how I got into activism, I often say, ‘The first person you are ever an activist for is yourself.’ If I wasn’t gonna fight for me, who else was?” – Book 34 of 2020: All Boys Aren’t Blue by George M. Johnson In his memoir-manifesto, Johnson reaches back into his past to examine the formative experiences he had growing up as a Black queer boy in a world that threatens his very existence. He touches on intersectionality, compulsory heterosexuality, toxic masculinity, gender identity, and so much more that needs to be part of our societal discussion. This is such an important book. If you know a young person in the LGBT+ community, I highly recommend that you get this in their hands - and then read it for yourself. – P.S. If I (or the hundreds of other Bookstagrammers raving about this book) haven’t convinced you to pick it up yet, Gabrielle Union‘s production company will be developing it into a television series!
I stand with #ReadersForEquality. . Dear Publishers, We’ve seen your statements. We’ve seen you state you want to “do better.” So this is what Readers for Equality are asking from you. . Readers for Equality put together four actionable items you can take to uplift the voices of the many literary content creators of color. Readers for Equality are asking for transparency, compensation, and a seat at the table. . I stand with BIPOC content creators. To everyone else in the literary world, if you stand with Readers for Equality, please help by sharing this graphic in your own feed and in your stories. Together we can effect change. . Graphic by @parisperusing #ReadersForEquality
I stand in solidarity with the protesters in Minneapolis and countless other cities around the country. My actions must reflect that. This means signing petitions, donating to organizations (link in my bio), having frank discussions with friends and family, and supporting Black voices. Out of the 30 books I read this year, only three were by Black authors. I need to do better. And not just when the hashtags are trending. All. The. Time. So today I’m starting with the books already on my shelf and then making my way through recommendations from Black bookstagrammers I borrowed from my library 💛 – Please support the amazing Black bookstagrammers in our community! Here are some of my favorites ✨ • Jesse from @bowtiesandbooks (please watch their documentation of protesting in Minneapolis) • Bezi from @beingabookwyrm • Naya from @nayareadsandsmiles • Jaime from @absorbedinpages • Taryn from @mentallybooked • Jess from @jessreadit (check out Jess’s video about supporting Black authors with diverse reads) • Antonia from @blackgirlthatreads And here are some bookstagrammers I was just introduced to 🌻 @bookitqueen @itsabookishworld_ @byamberburns @jeanellnicholereads @hollowmoonreads @bookishandblack @lifebytheink @bookofcinz @thestackspod @inkandfable @amandajoywrites @cityofdeja As always, I’d love some more book and bookstagram recommendations! – Finally, I implore all of you, especially my fellow privileged people, to take a hard look at your actions and make sure they match your words and social media posts. #blacklivesmatter
Meet Agatha a.k.a. Aggie! My 4 month old mixed-breed puppy that I rescued on March 7th 🌻 She enjoys food (more than life itself), chewing things that are definitely not food (like my arm), trying to fit two tennis balls in her mouth at the same time, napping on my face, and all the pets I can give her. She came into my life rather suddenly, and it was overwhelming at first – especially with her being sick and underweight. But now she’s become my partner in crime, and I truly couldn’t imagine my life without her ☀️ #adoptdontshop
“Three may keep a secret, if two of them are dead.” - Benjamin Franklin #ad — I’m too anxious to ever actually insert myself into an investigation (me + conflict = no). But give me a murder mystery, and I’m ALL over that. That’s why I’m so excited to start reading A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by @hojay92! I’ve heard nothing but good things since this was released last year in the UK, and now it’s finally out in the US! This whodunit – described as similar to Veronica Mars (my fave) and Making a Murderer – follows high school senior Pip who decides to reexamine the local murder of schoolgirl Andie Bell. For the past five years, it’s been common knowledge that Sal Singh did it…but Pip isn’t so sure. Once she begins digging for answers, Pip uncovers more than she bargained for. And the real killer might be watching. DUN DUN DUN! — What’s a career/activity/hobby that you love watching or reading about, but would NEVER actually attempt yourself? 🕵🏻♀️📖 @GetUnderlined #GetUnderlined #GetUnderlinedPartner #AGoodGirlsGuidetoMurder
“The library is a gathering pool of narratives and of the people who come to find them. It is where we can glimpse immortality; in the library, we can live forever.” – Book 7 of 2020 (reread): The Library Book by Susan Orlean ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This is one of my favorite books of all time! It’s part true crime, part history, and 100% a love letter to libraries. When people ask me for book recommendations, this is always first on the list. So basically, you have to read it. Please. For me? – Question: What‘s a hobby you have besides reading? I love to tend to my plants (indoors, where it’s not 100 degrees) 🌱
tree hugger est. 1996 🌿
“You don’t pass or fail at being a person, dear.” – Book 1 of 2020: The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I may have accidentally decided to read every work by Neil Gaiman, but I’m not mad about it! His books are magical and dreamlike, but also tackle bigger issues like the emotional intelligence of children. 3 (out of a million) done, with The Graveyard Book as the current favorite 💙 – Question: What was your first read of the year? 📖
Please focus on the glorious background instead of the fact that, like Lizzie McGuire, I am an outfit repeater.
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