New to Fandoms and can’t figure out what everybody is talking about? What they mean by ‘ships’ when there were no water vessels in the book or movie? What does OTP stand for?
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A person who does YouTube videos all about books and fandom stuff, like unboxing and reviews.
Also: Booktube, booktubing
See Also: FangirlFanboy, Unboxing, Fandom
When someone dresses up as a character from a bookmovieTV showcomic. There are a lot of Disney Cosplays.
Also: Cosplays, Cosplayer
See Also: Video Cosplay
Used by Booktubers and bloggers, a discussion is a spoiler-filled review of a book, talking deeply about events that happen in said book.
See also: Review, Booktuber
Stands for “Did Not Finish”. Used by FangirlsFanboys when talking about one of the books they did not finish.
See Also: TBR
When a FangirlFanboy makes a piece of art work based off a bookmovie, or of a specific character based off a bookmovie.
See Also: Cosplay
A group of people who all like the same book and make fanart, cosplays, video cosplay, fan fiction and other stuff based of said book. That also talk it to death. Over and over.
See also: FangirlFanboy, Cosplay, Video Cosplay, Fan Fiction
An unpublished short story or book written about a published book by the fans. (For example: Harry Potter).
See also: Video Cosplay, Cosplay
Fans of a certain bookmoviecomic. Fangirls are, well, girls and fan boys are boys. Simple as that.
See also: Booktuber, Fandom
Stands for “One True Pair” – Usually used when talking about your absolute favorite couple (or Couples, as the case may be)
See also: ship, ship name
A spoiler-free review of a book. If there is spoilers, there is usually a disclaimer or something of the like. A lot of Booktubers and bloggers do this.
See also: Discussion, Booktuber
Putting two people together who aren’t dating yet, but you really really want them to. SHIPPING them is wanted them so badly you come up with a ship name and artwork dedicated to them.
Also: Shipping, ships, shipper | See also: Ship Name , OTPs
Making a name for two people who are datingwho you want to date. Examples: Percabeth (Percy + Annabeth) , Kaider (Kai + Cinder) , Fax (Max + Fang)
See Also: Ship
Stands for ‘To Be Read’. An endless list for every reader.
See Also: DNF
This is a process usually done by Booktubers. It is a monthly box you can subscribe to and receive a free book based on the theme of that month, as well as little toysbookmarksmerchandise from other books in the theme. One of these box companies (there are a lot) is OwlCrate. To see more, visit my ‘Monthly Subscription Boxes’ page.
See Also: Booktuber
When someone -usually a YouTuber – makes a video and pretends to be a book character and makes a short film from a scene in said book.
See Also: Cosplay, Booktuber