Alfie Deyes finally shows off The Scrapbook of my Life

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The Scrapbook of my Life will be the third book published by PointlessBlog, and British YouTuber Alfie Deyes has now shedded some light on what readers can expect.

Speaking about the upcoming release in his THE BIG DAY!!!! vlog, Alfie shared news of the book’s release date, along with some information on how the release will be different from his previous titles. Following the success of Alfie’s first books, The Pointless Book and The Pointless Book 2, the YouTuber is hoping that The Scrapbook of My Life will prove just as popular with his fans.

Unboxing the first copy of The Scrapbook of my Life, Alfie reminded viewers that the book will go on sale on March 24th. He joked: “I’m shocked. I thought this was going to be a big, chatty moment in my vlog, but I honestly don’t know what to say. This feels so surreal.”

On what makes the book special, Alfie added: “[The Scrapbook of my Life] isn’t an autobiography. It’s basically my life in a scrapbook, so all the funny stories that have happened to me and everything have been put into a book.”

“Occasionally, there are blank pages for you guys to fill out yourselves.”

Above: Alfie shares some news on The Scrapbook of my Life

Alfie’s biggest fans can pre-order the book now over on Amazon UK. The paperback version of the page-turner is £10.49, while the Kindle edition is £8.09.

The Scrapbook of My Life’s product page reads: “Now, for the very first time, Alfie talks about how it all began. From growing up on the sunny south coast of England, having fun with friends and thinking up pranks, dares and silly activities throughout the long summer holidays in Brighton, through to recording his first ever vlog at the age of 15, Scrapbook of My Life is the story of how a young, ambitious kid with a big character took the world by storm.”

Are you excited to pick up a copy of The Scrapbook of my Life? Let us know your thoughts by tweeting us at @TubeChum.

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