We’re already in the fourth month of the year and though I had thought that things were going to get super crazy, they aren’t as bonkers as I thought they would be. Yet. I’m not going to be complacent about this work because there is a lot. But I do love it, so even though I will say over and over again that it is a lot of work – which is a fact – it isn’t a complaint in any way. I love doing this and I love that there are people who are loving this content. Even if the number of channel members is just 4 right now.
How do you seamlessly move from one month into the other? I thought I had the answer. I thought it was, “By finishing the books you started in a month, in that month itself, and not taking it into the next.” But apparently that isn’t the answer. Apparently, seamless moving on is unrealistic if you want it to happen in all months.
Nevertheless, I’ve taken to telling myself that it’s okay to overlap, especially because of the shitstorm that 2021 has been so far. And it’s true, especially when I’ve managed to stay dedicated to posting on BookTube!
I wasn’t able to post the weekly roundup last Sunday, so this week, I’ll be posting a roundup of all the videos I posted between 15th and 28th March, 2021. I took a little break because my mental and physical health were both out of whack. But I’m hoping to get back in the fray, especially since I’ve opened up Channel Memberships for my channel.
Today’s blog post is my weekly roundup of all the videos I’ve posted to my BookTube channel this past week. It didn’t all go to plan because there were a number of factors that weighed in and made me move around videos and posts and what not. But I did manage to upload 3 videos this week, as against the 4 that I had planned. And that’s not bad. At least that’s what I’m telling myself. XD
I’m here today with the weekly roundup edition of my updates for you related to my BookTube channel. I had previously posted a February roundup blog post where I spoke about the videos that I uploaded to my BookTube in February. But this, I intend to do weekly, so that you are up to date about my content as and when I post them rather than a month after I do. 🙂
I’m starting this new series on my blog where I talk about the videos I post to my BookTube channel because I feel like you guys should also know what I’m doing in life when I’m not blogging. And this even more so when BookTube is such a huge part of my life and a huge part of who I am right now.
If you’d like to stay updated with my videos, do subscribe to my channel – The Melodramatic Bookworm.
Popping in here with a short blog post to share with you the good news that towards the end of November 2020, my YouTube channel crossed 2000 subscribers!
First of all, let me do a little jig, okay? Because 2020 is finally coming to an end and I can’t wait to see it disappear around the corner! I’m hoping that 2021 brings more smiles and laughter to my life and to everyone’s life across the globe. I’m trying to be hopeful, hoping that hope is imminent!
October is the time of year when the world goes into Halloween mode and I go into a state of complete panic because I haven’t read the books that I planned to read across the year. And this year, 2020, is no different, even though 2020 has been such a huge dumpster fire of a year that I can’t even begin to explain why I hate this year so much! But books are evergreen and at least reading-wise, a lot of good has happened, so let’s focus on that and make plans accordingly.
Books. A human’s best friend. Every time you feel down, pick up a book and you’ll forget all your worries. Every time you feel happy, pick up a book and you’ll feel your happiness double. Every time you feel angry, pick up a book and you’ll find that your anger evaporates. Oh, well. This might not be applicable to many people, but yes, bookworms will understand.