Ever wanted to create your own vlog, but don't know how to get started?
In these videos, author and book vlogger Lucy Powrie (lucythereader) gives her tips on getting started, what to include in your vlog, and how to film and edit your vlog.
We would love to share your vlog on ReadingZone - it could be one you have created at home, or with a group of friends or with your school book group.
Tips and tricks
So, you want to start a blog but aren't sure what to talk about, or how to film it? Here are some tips from Lucy Powrie for getting started in creating your book vlog, including planning, content and how to edit and share your vlog.
If you've created a book vlog, we'd love to share it on ReadingZone - just send your vlog to [email protected], with your details if you're aged 16+, or ask an adult to send it to us if you are aged under 16 years.
You can use WeTransfer, Dropbox or Google Drive to send your video to us, or send us a link to the site you have uploaded it to, and ReadingZone will share your video.
Please also send your Permissions form with your video / video link.
Creating a Vlog - the tech bit
So what do you need to be able to create your own vlog? Lucy Powrie talks us through the options, starting with - your phone.
Getting started with your own Vlog
So you think you might want to create your own vlog, but you're not sure how to get started, or what to talk about? Here are some suggestions and tips from vlogger Lucy Powrie (LucytheReader).
Why create a book Vlog?
Here Lucy Powrie, vlogger at LucytheReader, introduces book vlogging and tells us what it's all about.