I am beginning research for my Read the World challenge. I will be researching every country’s literature and making a video for every one. At the same time, I’ll be posting information about every book I’ve researched on this blog. And in both places, I’ll be asking for help and opinions on the books and any others in the future. I’m really excited about this project. I hope you can help!
In addition, I’m approaching 200 subscriptions on my YouTube channel! So, I’m doing a Q & A video when I reach that milestone. Check out the video below for both announcements.
So, please go to the video and ask me questions! Anything! You can even ask me the questions in the comments at the bottom of this post.
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I’ve talked about my reading challenges before, but not quite like this. This time, I’ve asked the Booktube community on YouTube for some help, since they’re a different group of people, though they tend to enjoy reading more young adult books than anything. But I asked anyway! Here’s the video.
Since I’ve asked before, here is the list I compiled from my blog readers. If you have more suggestions, that would be great! Let me know in the comments section.
I’ve talked about reading books from around the world before. You can go ahead and suggest more books from various countries. However, I discussed on YouTube about international books that I have read. It’s part of a new tag I started called the International Book Tag. Take a look.
So, I’d like to know about you. What books from various countries have you read? Let me know in the comments below.