If you don’t know, I left for London two weeks ago to go to YALC, a book fair taking place at the London Comic Con. It has been one of my dreams for years to go to an international book fair as I only read in English and when I first heard of YALC last year I promised myself that in 2018 I would go – and look, I did it!
I still can’t believe that it’s now over and that I really went there – it was such a crazy experience and I can’t wait to do it all over again next year. Of course I took many pictures while I was there and even though I already posted my vlog on my IGTV I decided to wrap it up here as well! Without further ado, let’s jump right into my wrap-up of YALC 2018.
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I am writing to you today because a lot of people have been asking me on Instagram who my favourite booktubers were.
Now you have to know that I have always been watching booktube videos, and that’s actually the reason why I started my bookstagram account in the first place. I first started to watch booktube videos when I was around 14-16 years old and ever since that day I never stopped. I watch a least one video per day and it always calms me down – booktube really helps me a lot in my daily life and I started to rely on some of those people to help me after a bad day. I wanted to start my own channel for a while but as I was insecure about my looks and accent I went for Instagram instead, which I’m very happy about today.
Without further ado, let’s jump into it and talk about my favourite booktubers.
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