Title: How to Fracture a Fairytale Author: Jane Yolen Pages: 304 Release Date: November 15 2018 Publisher: Tachyon Press Genre: Fantasy Fantasy legend Jane Yolen (The Emerald Circus, The Devil’s Arithmetic) delights with these effortlessly wide-ranging transformed fairy tales. Yolen fractures the classics to reveal their crystalline secrets, holding them to the light and presenting them entirely transformed, … Continue reading 🧙 4 Book Recs with Fairy Godmothers 🧙
*For this list, a book with "no romance" is defined as one that contains either no romantic interests or a mention of a crush/romantic interest which does not affect the plot of the book. Title: A Danger to Herself and Others Author: Alyssa Sheinmel Pages: 341 Release Date: February 5 2019 Publisher: Sourcebooks Fire Genre: Realistic Fiction … Continue reading 💔 6 Books Recs with No Romance 💔
Today is Women's Day, and you best believe Sha and I are celebrating. And what better way to celebrate than with a bookish list? Today we are celebrating some epic ladies in literature who empower us in mental, emotional, or physical ways. I thought about naming some of my favorite heroines, but why stop with … Continue reading List of Bookish Lady Gangs & Why You Need them all in your Life ASAP
CLICK TO READ ME RAMBLE! (don't click if you want to skip to the audiobook recs)Audiobooks are an intriguing addition to the book world. People either absolutely adore using them or cannot focus on the narration at ALL. I used to think I fell in with the latter, until one day, after seeing them continuously … Continue reading 🎧 Audiobooks that Made Me a Believer 🎧
Hannukah 2018 will begin in the evening of Sunday, December 2 and end in the evening of Monday, December 10. Learn more about Hannukah. Mandy and I wish all those who celebrate a warm and wonderful Hannukah! Click here to view our list of YA books featuring Jewish characters.
Prove it or Lose it is a new series on Book Princess Reviews where Sha digs through Mandy’s old ratings/reviews on Goodreads and Mandy can either PROVE the book deserved the rating she gave it … or she has to LOSE the previously assigned rating. Like the idea? Feel free to use it yourself and … Continue reading Prove it or Lose it: Remembering Old (Old!) Reads