This week is a little bit different and as it's recently been my birthday, I thought I'd share my answers to the interview questions so you guys can get to know me a little better :-) Enjoy.
My BookTube channel is where I like to share my thoughts on the books I've read, bought or are on my 'To Be Read' pile. I mainly read Young Adult books but I do branch out from time to time and read classics, adult fiction and graphic novels. My favourite books are anything involving an alternative world, supernatural aspect or adventure/survival story. I'm a sucker for any kind of book that I can get lost within and escape from everyday life for a moment or two.
What made you decide to start your channel and what are the main reasons you keep making videos?
Bookables' review and discovered the BookTube community. As I began watching more and more videos and following more and more blogs, I gained the passion to share my own thoughts via these methods and hence Cold Tea and Crumbs was born. It's the community element, great friends I've made and the ability to share great recommendations that keeps me making videos.
What is your favourite book?
If you could read one genre for the rest of your life, which genre would you choose?
Dystopia, definitely. Going back to the last question, my top 10 favourite books are mostly dystopias and I think that whole end of the world, alternative world, survival mode just applies to me. There's so many different possibilities too that it could be a varied genre to read also.
If you could live in any book world created, which would you choose?
I would love to live in the I Heart Series world. It's a real world setting but the books are set in different locations such as New York, London, Paris, Hollywood and Las Vegas. I would love to be Angela Clark or even be one of her best friends - she has the most fashionable job, such a hilarious outlook on life and she gets to travel the world. Sign me up for that!
What has been your best/favourite booktubing moment so far and why?
I would have to say all the friends I've made as it's their interaction and support that is the most enjoyable element. Being able to share your favourite book with someone who's never heard of it or someone else sharing their favourite book with me, it's the best part. :-) It constantly reminds me of why I love reading.
I don't have that many physical books (maybe around 50?) but the one's I do have are all stored together in an organisation chaos on my bookshelf. I've done a video recently showing all my paperback and hardback books which you can watch on my YouTube channel. The rest of the books I own are on my Kindle and I have well over 100+ on there, most of which I haven't even read yet :-S whoops! I'll get around to them all one day though.
Lastly, which blogs/channels can we usually find you stalking when you're not creating content for your own channel?
This would be one long list if I listed everyone and their channels and blogs but these guys are the ones which I watch every video or read everything blog post.
Christine (from PolandBananasBooks) / Jesse (from JessetheReader) / Kat (from Katytastic) / Jamie (from jhaughn18) / Heather (from Bookables) / Samantha (from SamanthaStewart93) / Dani (from Dani on Books / Whytnee (from BooksAreLovex3) / Beth (from BethJune327) / Kassidy Voinche
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