Discussion Post: What do you do with spoilers?

The curse of Mandy's Discussion Posts have struck again! I've lured you into a false sense of security, thinking, goodness, we're good! We're all free from her ramblings. AND THEN THEY ARE BACK IN ACTION. Speaking of striking again, I was scrolling through Twitter the other day, minding my own business when BAM! A spoiler … Continue reading Discussion Post: What do you do with spoilers?

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Discussion Post: How realistic does a contemporary need to be?

Summer is always the times that the feels come out for me. It's just something about the season. It gets warmer, it's lighter longer, and it's full of great summer things like camping, sitting out on the porch to read, and fun adventures to the beach or zoo or other outdoor things (i.e. things Mandy … Continue reading Discussion Post: How realistic does a contemporary need to be?

Goodbye Book Princess Reviews! 👋

Book Princess Reviews entered the book blog world in 2016 and underwent a few changes here and there since its birth. (Namely, Mandy used to drop three posts a day like a maniac. Did she even sleep? Who knows!) But now. . . It's time to say goodbye forever.   WHOA. Okay. Did I give you a … Continue reading Goodbye Book Princess Reviews! 👋

Discussion Post: What do you do with book maps?

Mandy is back with yet another discussion post where we ramble about nothing for a long time, and then do absolutely nothing with this knowledge because that’s the fun part, right? Right. Anyway, just like any book discussion post, I’m about to bring you the wonderful backstory to it. Let’s all hold onto our hardback … Continue reading Discussion Post: What do you do with book maps?

Canada Day 2018: Hip Hip Hooray?

Hey, hi, and welcome, it's your resident Canadian Sha here to remind you that July 1st is indeed the so-called "Canada Day," a time when many a Canadian will pop off fireworks, grill some meats, and dip in the pool.  This post took me some time to write, because I wanted the right balance of … Continue reading Canada Day 2018: Hip Hip Hooray?

Discussion Post: What Makes You Review a DNF?

It's me, Mandy aka the DNF Queen. If you've been a follower of this blog, you know I have the DNF streak in my book genes. This year, I've been doing better...well, I WAS doing better. I was rocking it with my non-DNFs, and then the past two months hit and I accidentally DNFed quite … Continue reading Discussion Post: What Makes You Review a DNF?

Discussion Post: What Makes a Character Too Unlikable to Read About?

It's time again for Mandy to bring her rambling game, and talk about something people weren't even thinking about! What shall be hashing out today? What makes a character too unlikable to read about? And what do you do with that? I love me a good mystery. Like, please, give Mandy allllllllllllllllllllll the YA mysteries. … Continue reading Discussion Post: What Makes a Character Too Unlikable to Read About?

TV Time with Sha (Part 2)

As promised, here's another veering-off-topic rambling post from the still sick Sha. The weather outside is getting warmer and warmer and now I'm cooped up inside, wracked with shivers. At least I know my TV is getting its use? Today I caught up on the new episode of Brooklyn 99. Favourite character? Raymond Holt, hands down. … Continue reading TV Time with Sha (Part 2)

Discussion Post: How much of the fairytale do you want in your fairytale retelling?

I've had fairytale retellings on my mind for a while now. I've been reading a few, reading the originals, and kind of am ready for a big ole fairytale binge to get myself back in the princess spirit. However, something has been wriggling in the back of my mind about fairytale retellings ever since I … Continue reading Discussion Post: How much of the fairytale do you want in your fairytale retelling?

Discussion Post: What makes you say goodbye to a physical book?

The word responsibility has been bouncing around my head in the past few days as I tried to figure out the last UN right that I had on the list of topics for this month. I kept saying, "What is my responsibility to a book?" And then I immediately thought, "Why is Mandy being so … Continue reading Discussion Post: What makes you say goodbye to a physical book?