Title: Out Now: Queer We Go Again! Author: Saundra Mitchell (editor) Pages: 416 Format: eARC Genre: Young Adult Fiction| Romance/Diversity & Multicultural Release Date: May 26 2020 | $18.99 USD Publisher: Inkyard Press A follow-up to the critically acclaimed All Out anthology, Out Now features seventeen new short stories from amazing queer YA authors. Vampires crash prom…aliens run from … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Out Now (Queer We Go Again!) by Saundra Mitchell should be on all your bookshelves
Title: Words on Bathroom Walls Author: Julia Walton Pages: 294 Format: Paperback Genre: Young Adult | Realistic Fiction Release Date: July 4 2017 Publisher: Random House Adam has just been diagnosed with schizophrenia. He sees and hears people who aren’t there: Rebecca, a beautiful girl who understands him; the Mob Boss, who harasses him; and … Continue reading I’m in Love with “Words on Bathroom Walls”
Title: Woven in Moonlight (Woven in Moonlight #1) Author: Isabel Ibanez Pages: 384 Release Date: January 7 2020 Publisher: Page Street Books Format: Hardcover Genre: Fantasy Goodreads Rating: 4.19 (of 646 ratings) Book Princess Reviews receives a percentage of commission from purchases you make after following Book Depository links on our site. Ximena is … Continue reading ARC REVIEW: “Woven in Moonlight” by Isabel Ibanez
Where are the shooting stars? Here's a list of four books Mandy and I wish existed (and probably do because these book princesses can't keep up with the amazing releases hitting shelves). *let's be honest, at least one these is collecting dust on our owned-TBR shelves Getting the A High school girl crumbles under weight … Continue reading 🤞 Books We Wish Existed 🤞
Previously, on Book Princess Reviews . . . ❝ Probably contender for one of the best atmospheric reads of this year for me . . . it never fully dived into a horror novel, but instead kept the feel and lush, lyrical writing and feel of a fairytale . . . The characters were likeable, and Annaleigh … Continue reading MINI-REVIEW: “House of Salt and Sorrows” by Erin A. Craig
Off the top of your head, how many YA books can you name where romance didn't factor into either the A, B, or C plot? As in, romance wasn't why our lead was torn between staying in their hometown or heading to their dream college. Romance wasn't why our lead doubted their investigation into a … Continue reading #POLL: Do All YA Books Need Romance?