20 Diverse Booktubers to Follow in 2020

Do you love finding your next read based on the recommendation of a Booktuber? We do too. To make sure that the bookish YouTube channels you’re watching are just as diverse as your TBR pile, we rounded up 20 diverse Booktubers that you should subscribe to. Read on and give these content creators some love!

Read with Cindy

Cindy’s videos are always sure to make you laugh, and they’ll also make you think critically about books and consumerism.

Blonde with a Book

What can you expect from Rocky’s videos? Latinx and queer recs, really funny reading vlogs, and some epic lipstick colors.

Books are my Social Life

Saajid’s discussion videos on diversity, cancel culture, and Booktube as a community are fascinating. He also has a ton of recommendations for #ownvoices Muslim books.

Monica Kim

Monica’s content is adorably whimsical, unique, and definitely #aestheticgoals. Don’t miss out on the Koreadathon that she’s co-hosting in July.

Booked with Jameelah

Jameelah is a ray of sunshine who always makes me laugh when I watch her videos. You can tell if she loved a book by her use of flags and annotations.

Bookie Charm

Priscilla reads everything from picture books to adult nonfiction and shares reviews. She’s also a co-host of the Latinx-a-thon.

This Story Ain’t Over 

If you’re looking for book recommendations, bookish vlogs, and introspective reading taste videos, you need to be watching Jananie’s channel.

Bowties & Books

Jesse is known for their signature bowtie and positive contributions to the Booktube community. The Bowties & Books channel shines a light on books with great queer and Black representation.

The Farah Project

Farah has a very eclectic taste in books and reads all different genres. Her book reviews and wrap-ups are the types of videos that make you want to just relax and settle in with a cup of coffee while you listen.


Bibliophiles of the internet, if you’re not already following Adri what are you doing? They are one of the co-hosts of the Tome Topple and the #GetGraphic readathons.

Noria Reads

Noria’s enthusiasm for books is infectious. When she discusses a book that she loved you can’t help but want to read it too.


Sandy’s videos are delightful. There’s something really calming about listening to her discuss books, and her monthly reading wrap-up videos are the perfect mini reviews of her recent reads.

ONYX Pages

Njeri’s dedication to promoting and reading books by African authors makes her channel shine. She has fantastic diverse SFF recommendations, often highlighting books that don’t always get the recognition they deserve.

Stories for Coffee

Olivia’s videos are truly unique to watch from the editing to the aesthetics to the content. Her channel is a fun mix of bookish and lifestyle videos.

My Name is Marines

Marines’ channel is the perfect mix of reviews packed with critical analysis and fun discussions with engaging content.

The Book Basement

Sophia’s critical reviews, deep dives into book series, and adaptation discussions are so well thought out. Her perspective is always one I look forward to hearing.

Left on Read

Jourdan reads books by diverse authors of all different genres and shares her thoughts on them through monthly wrap-ups and standalone reviews.

Yogi with a Book

Jocelyn is a yoga teacher and SFF Booktuber. She co-hosts the Tome Topple and Latinx-a-thon readathons, as well as the Latinx Book Club.

Steph’s Romance Book Talk

If you’re a voracious romance reader, you need to be following Steph because she’s your person. Fellow NetGalley members will love her monthly What’s On My Kindle? videos.

Bree Hill

Bree, who is also a Bookstagrammer, is a romance aficionado and always has amazing romance book recommendations. We loved seeing her host an author panel on Diversifying Romance during the Social Distance Book Fest.

Dana Cuadrado

Dana Cuadrado is the Social Media and Administrative Assistant at NetGalley. She manages all of NetGalley’s social channels, spends a lot of time taking bookstagram pictures, and specializes in finding the perfect gif. When she’s not working, she’s probably baking cookies, binge watching a show on Netflix, and attempting to read all of the books on her TBR pile.

  1. Thank you for this article. I have been looking for booktubers to watch, but just could not find anyone that suited me. This list of booktubers was well researched and I have found a few booktubers to watch now.

    Thank you,
    Wine, Women and Words Of The North Shore Book Club

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