Hi, friends! I was tagged by BW Reviews to do this and I’m very excited! Thanks for the tag! This was a great excuse to go back through my Goodreads and see which books fit the descriptions.
- Mention where you saw the tag/thank whoever tagged you because that’s
always good fun
- Tag Mandy @ Book Princess Reviews and Zuky @ BookBum so they can check out the wonderful Princess fun throughout the blog world
- Play a game of tag at the end!
SNOW WHITE – this book (like the movie) started it all
Favourite debut book from an author
I’m still shocked On the Island is a debut. It was one of the best books I’ve ever read, debut or not.
CINDERELLA – a diamond in the rough
Just like Cinderella, you didn’t expect much out of this character in the
beginning, but they turned out to be a total gem
Calla was one of the most awful characters I’ve ever read in the beginning of this book. I was sure I was going to dislike the entire story because of her, but lo and behold, she transformed! The Simple Wild is one of my favorites for that reason.
AURORA – sleeping beauty
A book that makes you sleepy or could not hold your attention
I loved the idea of this book and really wanted to be interested in it. High school reading and old language weren’t my cup of tea, though.
ARIEL – under the sea
A book with a water/ocean setting
The Mermaid Collector was a book club read that I ended up really enjoying!
BELLE – beauty and the books
Name a book with the best bookworm/book lover
No one is a better bookworm than Hermione. The end.
JASMINE – the thief and the princess
Name a book with an unlikely love story (either in terms of romance or a book
you didn’t expect to love so much)
Enemies to lovers? Yes, please. R.S. Grey is a master of this trope.
POCAHONTAS – the real life princess
Name a book that is based on a real life person you want to read/have read
This was a very interesting memoir based on the life of Cheryl Suchors. I thoroughly enjoyed reading about her hikes through the White Mountains.
MULAN – the princess that saved her country
Name the fiercest heroine you know
Margo Moon – Ra ta ta ta.
TIANA – the princess with the coolest and most diverse crew
Name a diverse book, whether it is a diverse set of characters or just diverse in general
I really enjoyed learning about the struggles Albino people face in Africa, thanks to Mists of the Serengeti.
RAPUNZEL – let your long hair down
Name the longest book you’ve ever read
I think this is the longest Outlander book I’ve read so far. Over 1000 pages, for sure.
MERIDA – I determine my own fate
A book where there is no love story/interest
The Stranger in the Woods is a book I still think about often. No love story is happening here.
MOANA – how far »I’ll go
A character that goes on a journey
A journey through time is the very best kind of journey. Amy Harmon mastered it with What the Wind Knows.
Also, anyone else who wants to do this can consider themselves tagged by me!