Here we have a list of my all-time favourite Booktubers. I love reading book blogs but I am sometimes very lazy and find it much easier to watch video reviews.
First up is Katytastic. Kat was the first booktuber I ever subscribed to. Her videos include book reviews, hauls, wrap ups and tips for writing. Her videos are not too long and rambly and she has a great sense of humour too. She also uploads videos regularly so you don't have to wait too long for new videos. Kat's books are mainly paranormal/fantasy/sci-fi/dystopian etc. with the odd contemporary book thrown in. So, if you are mainly interested in YA contemporary then Kat might not be the booktuber for you. Below you will find a video of Kat's bookshelves so you can get an overview of the genres of books she reads. If you like what you see, don't forget to subscribe!
Next up we have Bookables. Heather is another of my favourites, partly due to her lovely personality, while also due to her amazing taste in books. Heather uploads similar videos to Kat including book reviews, hauls etc while also uploading videos on TV series. While Katytastic's reviews and hauls are mostly YA dystopian, paranormal, etc., Heather is equally interested in these, and contemporary books. So, if you are a big fan of both the supernatural and contemporary books Bookables is the booktuber for you. Here is a video where Heather explains her channel in her own words:
Booktuber No. 3 is Ali from Abookaffair. Ali's booktube is quite similar in content to Bookables. I would say Ali reads a mixture of all kinds of YA books and uploads reviews, hauls, wrap ups and tbrs. Here is abookaday's bookshelf tour, again, allowing you to have an insight into the kinds of books hauled and reviewed on this booktube.
Another great YA fiction booktuber is Kassidy Voinche from Travelling through pages. Kassidy has an extremly large collection of books so it is well worth checking out her bookshelf tour which you can find here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdsu_ZFnxbY. Below you will find Kassidy's video introducing you to her channel so you can find out a little more about her booktube.
Last, but certainly not least, we have Regan from the PeruseProject. If I had to choose my all time favourite booktuber it would be Regan. Her videos are entertaining, to the point and I always get excited when I see one of her videos pop up on my subscription feed. Regan, also, has a very similar taste in books to me. She is mostly interested in paranormal, fantasy and dystopian, but also features other YA fiction too. Here is Regan's bookshelf tour which will give you a better insight into her taste in books.
Those are my top five favourite booktubers. Below you will find a list of all the other booktubers I am subscribed to:
1. PolandbananasBooks: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOkc2PP2lPDUMLg0p6rGGDQ
2. LittleBookOwl: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYOhq5F-joK8qQPekd-jU1g
3. MajiBookshelf: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUQ_SZ7WgeJSIP08b1uCvYA
4. padfootandprongs07: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ_kIyREYl_9tkjdIqqXmOA
5. Books&Junk: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEsEFe_KPkk2jVzyojpFVwA
6. SarahChurchill: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfopfwSIf1h5-Th2pExUdRA
7. The Readables: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWAtADn9MGtTmace0M4nT2g
8. ReaderLand: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC91NwiJP9aNrlGZLZpaZMyw
9. AmateurBookWorm: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkf8HmbhKayEd-5YJqTxGEg
10: Abookaday: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA2hpPAWXRLa6lLKCe2CCww
11. TheBookDiary: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQNSNEl1ZZzaakc5d9qhFyA
12. BethJune237: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCskEiNx6NIghrqF2Hy0dd6w
I hope this post was helpful to those of you looking for new booktubers to subscribe to. If you have any recommendations please leave them below.
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