I never thought about book clubs being on YouTube before, but apparently it's a thing! I read an article on Bustle titled 6 YouTube Book Clubs You Can Join From The Comfort Of Your Own Home by Emma Oulton. In the article, Oulton writes:
A group of friends meeting up for a book club is such a lovely idea, but these days, who has the time? If you're hosting, you have the pressure of providing snacks and wine. If you made everyone read the whole of Gone with the Wind last month, you're pretty much obliged to read whatever long-ass book your friend has chosen, whether or not you're actually enjoying it. There's no denying it: old-fashioned book clubs have a lot of drawbacks.
That's why online book clubs are so great: you can join in as and when you choose; you only have to buy popcorn for one person; and you can attend them in your pajamas from the comfort of your own home (you can still bring the wine, though). But sometimes, online book clubs can feel a little lonely — especially if you're just looking at words on the screen.I look forward to checking out these online book clubs on YouTube.
What do you think about the idea of participating in a book club hosted on YouTube?