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January 14, 2020

Favorite Booktubers

This week's Top Ten Tuesday Prompt is 'Bookish Discoveries I Made In 2019.' I've been browsing youtube a lot lately and I found some great booktubers. These book enthusiasts makes me laugh so that's why they are on the list. For each one, I list one of my favorite videos from them. These are in no particular order.

01 | Gabby Reads > link

02 | Caleb Joseph > link

03 | Books with Emily Fox > link

 04 | Ellias > link

05 | Hardback Hoarder > link

06 | The Naughty Librarian > link

07 | Bookish Princess > link

08 | Jesse the Reader > link

09 | Read with Cindy > link

10 | Holly Hearts Books > link

If you have any favorite booktuber or any youtuber, list them in the comments.


16 comments:

  1. I'm not big on YouTube, but it looks like it's full of fun, bookish people! I'm glad you've found some enjoyable channels.

    Happy TTT!

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    1. @Susan: I wasn't into youtube either but now I find tons of great bookish content and I really enjoying this format, it's like blogs except in video format.

      Thank you for visiting. Have a lovely day.

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  2. Booktubers is a new word and concept to me. Glad you found some fun.

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    1. @Elephant's Child: Booktubers are new to me just recently but I enjoy watching people talking about books.

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  3. I'm woefully uneducated about the booktuber community, so I love this post! Lots of good names here that I haven't heard of before and will now have to check out. She doesn't post as often anymore, I don't think, but I really enjoy Kat (@paperbackdreams) when she does post.

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    1. @Sammie @ The Writerly Way: I don't know much about the booktubers community either, I just enjoy watching the videos.

      I have seen several videos from Kat and enjoyed them and her channel is on my watch list. I actually have a lot of other favorites but I thought I stick to ten here on the list.

      Thank you for visiting. Have a lovely day.

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    1. @Christine: Thank you for visiting. Have a lovely day.

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  5. I love finding good Booktubers but I seem to have so little time to actually watch them. Between reading, blogging and watching I always seem to run out of time haha. Still I'll bookmark this list so I know which ones to try. I am trying to make more time for Booktube and podcasts as well.

    Thanks for sharing!

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    1. @Greg: I have not been watching tv shows so I had more time. Still having tried podcasts but maybe one of these days.

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  6. I've been meaning to get more into booktube, so this is the perfect list! I'm excited to give your recommendations a try :)

    My TTT

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    1. @Erin @ Lavish Literature: I hope you will find something you like on this list.

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  7. I didn't know Booktubers even existed. I watched the first video and started some of the others, but they go too long and I just don't have that much time.

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    1. @River: Some of these are long but I find them enjoyable, maybe try watching again when you have the time.

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  8. I love Booktube! It's so fun to be able to actually hear people talk about books and related content. I've followed Holly Hearts Books for a while and I'm so thrilled that she seems to be getting more recognition now--love her videos. :)

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    1. @Jordan @ForeverLostinLiterature: Holly at Holly Hearts Books is so much fun to watch. I enjoy watching her.

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