spoiler alert: this post is not going to tell you what to read or ensure that you will love it "But Sha!" you say. "That is literally the title!" Look. I thought about it. I considered listing books that almost unfailingly earn five stars and earn heaps of praise. But the fact is, book taste is … Continue reading How To Pick Your Next Read (and Love it)
Today, the BPR princesses are taking on co-blogging! Some of you may or may not know, but Book Princess Reviews used to only be run by Mandy. That's right - it took about a year and half before Sha jumped on board (this sinking ship - I mean, wonderful blog of wonders that usually just … Continue reading ARE BLOGS BETTER WITH A CO-BLOGGER?
Today, the BPR princesses are taking on rants. We are definitely no stranger to a good rant here at Book Princess Reviews. Mandy and Sha have shared a few over the past years here — erm, perhaps with Mandy leading the pack — with a couple books that got our blood pumping in the wrong … Continue reading Book Rants: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
We are bringing back today the classic...Mandy discussion post. It's been 500 years since I have last tormented you with one of these ramble fests, but Sha has left me alone for an extended period of time (thank you Australian time difference), so this girl snuck one in. Today, we are taking on subscription boxes … Continue reading Discussion Post: Subscription Boxes – Yay or Nay?
It all comes down to this, y'all. Where do your truest passions lay in the book social media universe? BOOKSTAGRAM? or BOOK TWITTER? BOOKSTAGRAM Pros: 📷 amazing book pics 📷 fun polls, Q&As, book info easily accessible in Insta Stories 📷 creativity: explore filters, colours, set-up 📷 dabble in video making w/out committing to a YouTube TWITTER Pros: … Continue reading #POLL: Bookstagram or Book Twitter?
This discussion topic came to me after my third Twitter hiatus following an explosion of call-outs and angry tweets threw my anxiety into overdrive. Book drama does not inherently mean angry people. But a lot of the time, book drama does lead to angry responses, subtweets, and very vague, very sweeping statements. I'm not going to … Continue reading Should You Engage in Book Drama?