Who is carrie fletcher dating

28-Jan-2016 15:00

“I’ve got an almost unhealthy obsession with books,” says Carrie.

“And I’ve always been massively into writing – when I was younger I knew that if performing didn’t work out that I was going to be a journalist or work in editing.” It was because of this love for writing that Carrie never considered using a ghostwriter – “there was never any question; having a ghostwriter was never even thought about” – as some other You Tube books have.

It is no secret that books are a huge part of Carrie Hope Fletcher’s life.

Anyone who has watched her (pre-house-move) videos will know that they often feature an overflowing bookcase, and she’s shared a number of her favourites – including The Book Thief by Markus Zusak and David Nicholls’ One Day – on Twitter and You Tube.

“Technically it is, because it’s come off the back of a You Tube channel, but I hope people reading it realise it’s more than that,” she explains.We become parts of each other that we clearly can’t hide and when you’re tweeting, blogging and uploading those affected versions of yourselves, people start to notice.We never confirmed or denied that we were dating because we never felt that we owed the internet a detailed explanation. What was ridiculous was how we didn’t realise how much easier and how less tense our lives would have been on and off line, if we’d relaxed about it all a little more.You have no idea how much effort it took to censor all my content.How scared I was to mention the word “boyfriend” or “Alex” for fear of someone reading too far into it.

“Technically it is, because it’s come off the back of a You Tube channel, but I hope people reading it realise it’s more than that,” she explains.We become parts of each other that we clearly can’t hide and when you’re tweeting, blogging and uploading those affected versions of yourselves, people start to notice.We never confirmed or denied that we were dating because we never felt that we owed the internet a detailed explanation. What was ridiculous was how we didn’t realise how much easier and how less tense our lives would have been on and off line, if we’d relaxed about it all a little more.You have no idea how much effort it took to censor all my content.How scared I was to mention the word “boyfriend” or “Alex” for fear of someone reading too far into it.What if Rachel Mc Adams turned down her part in The Notebook? These famous roles could have been played by other familiar faces, but would the films have been totally different?