Posted on 08/07/2018 at 05:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
When college student Christine Riccio uploaded a video review of The Hunger Games to YouTube, she doubted many people would watch it.
She — and many other so-called BookTubers, or video bloggers who review literature — was very, very wrong.
Though compared with other YouTube stars, their followings are numerically small, they are most certainly mighty.
The New York Times, in a piece on BookTubers, found that the engagement on their videos is considerable ... and that publishing houses have taken notice as well.
BookTubers aren’t just for millennials, either, so all of you should feel encouraged to check out the NYT piece here.
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