There are so many fantasy and science fiction series out there, I don’t know how I can read all of the ones I want to read. So, I just make a list of the top ones, and make sure I focus on them.
Here is my top 5 must read fantasy series list, in video form:
And my top 5 must read sci-fi series, also in video form:
What do you think of my lists? Any surprises?
What I’d like to know is what are your top 5 series, not just for fantasy and sci-fi. Let me know in the comments section.
It’s the end of the year, and this is the final blog post of 2016. It’s been a terrible year in terms of reading, writing, and celebrity deaths. I wonder what 2017 will hold. In the last week, I only posted 5 videos on my main channel. Christmas and a busy work schedule resulted in fewer videos. But I think you’ll enjoy what I have.
First up is my Christmas video! I talked about why I love Booktube. Check it out.
For the next two posts, I talked about my favourite novel series. First up is my top 5 fantasy series.
And then my top 5 sci-fi series.
Moving on to regular videos, I finished the year off with the next two. First is the weekly Retro Book Review. This was for Terrene: The Hidden Valley, by Eric Liu.
And finally, a little love to end off the year in my weekly Authors Answer.
On my vlog channel, I’ll be making an announcement in the next week about how it’ll be changing to a science channel. Subscribe for some science!
That’s all for this week and this year! Next week will be another busy work week, but after that, I’ll have plenty of free time for a week. And that’s the week I plan to reveal the new science channel. Stay tuned!
Life is boring if you’re normal. I like being able to do weird things. I like that I can embrace the weirdness. So, what’s weird about me?
- I have a double-jointed left thumb. It looks weird when I bend it backwards. I can’t do it with my right thumb, though.
- I can roll my stomach. I’ve been able to do it since I was a kid. My daughter can do it, too!
- I can’t touch an invertebrate, unless I’m eating a shrimp tail. But if it has legs and a head, I can’t touch it.
- I play around with words all the time and I think it annoys people.
- I can’t sleep on my back. I have to fall asleep on my right side, though sometimes on my left side. However, I sometimes wake up on my stomach, and find it easier to fall back to sleep on my stomach.
- Watching pimple popping videos is a weird and sometimes disgusting thing, but I find it oddly satisfying.
- I hate tomatoes, cooked or raw. I can’t stand tomato sauce or pizza sauce. However, I like ketchup, barbecue sauce, A1 sauce, and HP sauce.
- When I was a kid, I wore a Superman cape whenever I watched Superman movies.
- I once had a dream where I turned into Homer Simpson, and I was being chased by the troll king Ned Flanders.
- I used to eat cans of shrimp drenched in Worcestershire sauce.
Do you think these are weird? What’s the weirdest? And how about you? Tell me something weird about you.
Time to tell you a bit more about myself. Here are 25 random facts about myself. I did this in video form. Enjoy!
Yes, and Marmite. Watch to see what that means. If you want to see about my 25 bookish facts, then go to this post.
If you have any comments, please let me know in the comments below.
A very popular tag going around on the Booktube area of YouTube is the 25 Bookish Facts About Me. I did it. So now you can find out about some interesting facts about my reading habits and interests! It’s not so long, so won’t take up a lot of time. Check it out.
Any questions? Let me know in the comments below!
I’ve been writing a lot about Booktube, haven’t I? Don’t worry, this is just a phase. Well, I don’t intend on stopping making videos, but the blog posts will return to more text-based posts soon. I’m just exploring the world of Booktube and I want to share it with you.
I was searching for a list of the top Booktubers on YouTube, and I found a couple articles on Book Riot. The first gives you a background on what Booktube is and who some of the big Booktubers were back in 2014.
The second article is from this year, so it’s a more up-to-date list. And that’s what this is. It’s just a list of the top 22 Booktubers, which I was decided by the readers of Book Riot.
While I was searching for this information, I had an idea. Why not make a new Booktube series featuring some different Booktubers every week? And not just do this on YouTube, but also on the blog. What I mean to do is talk about the Booktubers on video and direct you to their channels. On the blog, I will show you their most popular Booktube video. I’ll tell you who they are and why I like them in the video. I was thinking I’d do three each time. One is a Booktuber with more than 5,000 subscribers, one with between 500 and 5,000, and one with fewer than 500.
What do you think? Do you like this idea? Any suggestions? Let me know in the comments below. And of course, subscribe to my channel!
If you look on Goodreads, and check out my to read list, you’ll notice that I have 923 books listed. At the pace I’ve been reading, it’ll take me forty-six years to read all of them. But for many of them, they’re only the first books of series I want to read. That means the number of books is easily three to four times as big. My life won’t be that long.
I’ve noticed some people, including authors, can read up to 300 books a year. I’d really like to know how they do that! How many hours do they read every day? How do they find the time to do that?
I know I’ve been slacking off in my reading recently. I really should just try go somewhere in the house where I can be by myself and read. But that’s difficult to do. I could easily read an hour or two a day. I remember when I was in university, I read four or five hours a day for a while. I burned through the books quickly. But this was during summer when I had no classes, and all I was doing was working. I’d like to get through my books quickly. I want to read at least fifty books a year.
How many books do you read a year? How many hours do you read every day? Let me know in the comments below.