8 Books Written By Popular YouTubers

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* Topics range from finding your voice to hilarious personal anecdotes
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While we all love watching their videos, many YouTubers have taken the leap into the world of print, writing books on topics ranging from makeup guides to self-confidence and anxiety. Check out these engaging books from some of your favorite Internet voices.

1. How to Be a Bawse: A Guide to Conquering Life

This New York Times bestseller, this book is written by popular blogger and comedian Lily Singh and shares lessons she learned on her own journey to success. It encapsulates vital lessons from surrounding yourself with people smarter than you to letting go of FOMO and more.

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2. Binge

Larger-than-life YouTuber Tyler Oakley has written a book of hilarious and deeply personal essays, all delivered with his characteristic charm. From crashing a car in front of his school to stand-offs with White House employees, there’s never a dull moment.

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3. Selp-Helf

Miranda Sings has over six million social media followers and has gained many of them through her irreverent, self-deprecating weekly videos. In her debut book, she offers tongue-in-cheek life advice, telling haters where to stick it.

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4. I Hate Myselfie: A Collection of Essays by Shane Dawson

One of the biggest YouTubers in the world, Shane Dawson has been around since 2008, and since then has amassed millions of fans and directed a feature film. Now he can add best-selling author to his list of accolades, as he opens up in a series of essays about his past and the man behind the YouTuber.

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5. Grace’s Guide: The Art of Pretending to Be a Grown-Up

Creator and star of her popular YouTube show it’s Grace and host of The Grace Helbig Show on E!, Grace Helbig uses her wit and humor in this tongue-in-cheek self-help book.

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6. Make Up: Your Life Guide to Beauty, Style, and Success

Make-up guru and YouTube celebrity Michelle Phan’s book not only gives great makeup advice, it also offers great life-advice, outlining her own personal journey and the transformative powers of makeup.

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7. The History of My Insanity

Reality TV and YouTube celeb Trisha Paytas explores her relationship with stripping and escorting, and the effect its had on her life and mental health. Full of both humor and brutal honesty, Paytas is an open book.

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8. Children of Eden: A Novel

New York Times Bestseller, this dystopian young adult novel written by YouTuber Joey Graceffa explores a world in which it’s illegal to have more than one child. It centers on the story of a young girl who is born carrying this burden.

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