Top Ten (or Five) Tuesday | Favorite Booktubers and Recommendations
Broke and Bookish November 11 | Top Ten Characters You Wish Would Get Their OWN Book (minor or just maybe a semi main character you wish a book was from their POV).
It does have an appeal, but seriously I feel like I'm repeating books so often and since I'm trying to get ahead of the Top Ten Tuesday memes as I was this summer, I just didn't feel like searching my physical or virtual bookshelves for the books/characters that would fit into this top. As always, if you all took part, please leave your links as I'd love to visit.
So far, I haven't found a lot of vloggers who discuss inspirational books, but since I'd like to branch off from just Christian fiction into some secular YA fiction, I have really enjoyed following some of these channels. I am now 100% a fan of booktube, especially seeing the vibrant personalities some of these book addicts bring to their channel and while there are a host of reasons I'm not a part of the awesome-ness, just one of which is I don't think reviewing would go well for me in video form. (Edit: I've since opened a channel!) I'm definitely more writer than conversational book recommender.
Below are some of my more frequented booktube or vlogger channels and just as an FYI, I'll be back to following Top Ten Tuesday rules next week.
Really enjoy Heather's Bookables Youtube channel. She talks about the books she's read, book hauls and even has some fun memes she participates in.
Sasha's was actually the first channel I followed that I remember and each new video she does I enjoy. She seems to have tons of fun with her videos, does a great job editing them and I enjoy the content she puts on her Book Utopia channel.
Another channel brimming with fun content. I like Kassidy's style, and Youtube page - she has reviews (and does a great job with them), and features other booktube basics like tags or book hauls.
Shannon does a nice job with her fabulous Leaning Lights; I like that she does "week in review" vs. anything else although as with the rest of these booktubers she does some fun reviews too.
Zoe has some cool stuff on her channel, and best of all, guys, she's an Austen fan! That alone is epic.
(NOTE: since this post, I've started my own Booktube channel. If you want to check it out, please stop by and visit. I'd be glad to chat all the books with you.)
Your turn! Do you have any booktube channels you
stalk err, I mean follow - or are you on booktube? If so, share them with us. What do you think of booktube?