BLOG TOUR: Out Now (Queer We Go Again!) by Saundra Mitchell should be on all your bookshelves

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

I’m in Love with “Words on Bathroom Walls”

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”

ARC REVIEW: “Woven in Moonlight” by Isabel Ibanez

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

🤞 Books We Wish Existed 🤞

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 🤞

MINI-REVIEW: “House of Salt and Sorrows” by Erin A. Craig

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

#POLL: Do All YA Books Need Romance?

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?