Jayni Nielsen, Pace University
The community of book lovers has become more focused on consumerism and less about the pure love of literature.
Arianna Taylor, University of Rochester
Sparking discussions about authors, tropes and book drama, PeaceLoveBooksxo’s livestream connects and provides insight into the book community and those who participate in it.
In recent years, the platform has seemingly chosen to reward books with a lot of hype instead of judging solely by quality.
What does it mean for Black content creators and the community they serve when they’re not given the same opportunities as their white counterparts?
The British YouTuber asks her audience to deal with the philosophical implications of art and dealing with oneself as a person with autonomy.
Renee Cantor, University of Pittsburgh
With videos ranging from book reviews to bookshelf tours to group reads, this online community is more than just a virtual book club.
Dorielys Cruz, University of Texas at San Antonio
Yes, there are YouTube channels made specifically for book fiends.
YouTubers can write books, too.
Allison Kestler, Augustana College
Via YouTube, a passionate community of bookworms has reinvented the art of storytelling.
Kristian Porter, Northern Kentucky University
To reignite my love for reading, I turned to the most popular, knowledgeable Booktubers, and you should too!
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