Thursday, June 19, 2014

What Do You Think About BookTube?

Dear readers of the internet, we are gathered here today, on the blog Loving the Language of Literacy, to join the blogger Sofia Li to the association known as 

  







I'm kidding guys, I am not getting married to BookTube (or getting married in general.... I'm a teenager). But what I would like to know are YOUR thoughts pertaining to BookTube. I want to know everything, and when Sofia says everything, she means every detail down to the very wattage of the lightbulb you use so that people can see you when filming.

Basically, this post is an in-depth inquiry about BookTube. I will be adding to it as I find more blog posts, videos (this is a window for you to suggest some to me), questions, and interactions with all things BookTubish. I hope this will help both me and you if you're trying to find out more about BookTube before you dive in.  

Why Am I Going Through the Process of Asking Around About BookTube?

Well, this is a very easy question for me to answer. I love book blogging and it is one of the best decisions I have ever made and still intend to do blog for the next couple of years.... if you can stand me for that long. BUUUT, if I were to start from scratch tomorrow, there are definitely some things I would have done differently. Namely, not starting in the middle of wild testing season. I would have scheduled posts and provided a cushion, not gone Netgalley crazy, or signing up for the multitude of blog tours. So before I start BookTubing, I want to make sure I have all the bases covered. Of course I am going to make A TON of mistakes, but I want to not make the obvious ones that I believe I made when blogging. 

Questions I Have About BookTubing

How long does it take make a video - including setting up, filming, editing, uploading?
What kinds of videos do you make when you are a BookTuber?
How does blogging and BookTubing compare - how are they similar & different? 
How do you balance blogging AND BookTubing?

 Some Blog Posts About BookTube
Book Blogger International @ Fall Down the Rabbit Hole of BookTube ~ A video and blog post giving you the general introduction to BookTubing, including a list of the types of videos BookTubers post.

Book Blog Bake @ BookTube, Blogging & Thoughts ~ Stormy's opinions about exactly what the title of the post says which really just gave me some insight on another persons opinions that displayed their pros and cons.

Page to Premiere @ 5 Reasons You Should Be Watching BookTube ~ This post is intriguing because I feel that all five of those reasons could apply to the Blogosphere as well.

Some of My Favorite BookTubers

Christine @ polandbananasBOOKS
Jesse @ jessethereader
Jamie @

Some Interaction With Lovely BookTubers via Twitter
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