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What I’ve Been Up to #4: I Love Vlogging

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Hi everyone! It’s been a while since I wrote a what I have been up to post and I wanted to update you all on a passion that I have recently discovered: vlogging. I started making YouTube videos last year after falling in love with booktube and having enough courage to start. Towards the end of the year I started making reading vlogs. However, my views weren’t great and I wanted to spend more time writing- insert blogging! I discovered the book blogging community and I started my blog, something that I am so grateful I did. In the last six months I have really grown my blog and I enjoy blogging so much.

I’ve been watching a lot of reading vlogs lately and my friend, Eleanor May started vlogging, I also watch EeveeEmmyVlog but I never thought that I could vlog because I don’t go out a ton. However, after seeing Eleanor start vlogging, that finally gave me the push to try and I am so glad that I did! I absolutely love vlogging, it is so much fun to record clips and talk to everyone through a different format. I even made a new book video, a TBR for booktubeathon. Whilst I am going to be keeping most book content on my blog, I will be talking about books within my vlogs. I am still going to be discussing other topics on my blog too so if there is anything you would like to see please let me know!

Although filming, editing and uploading is taking more of my time, I am really enjoying it and I am so glad to be back on YouTube. You can check out my channel here

What have you been up to lately?


  1. That's so exciting that you've started vlogging. I love watching vlogs on YouTube!


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