Disney Princess Book Tag


Thanks so much to Flavia @ Flavia the Bibliophile for tagging me! Check her out, her blog is GORGEOUS! And thanks to the creators of this tag Mandy and Zuky (links to their blogs in the rules below)!




This Book (like the Movie) Started It All
Favorite Debut Book From an Author

So this may be freshly on my mind because it’s my most recent book finished, but it’s Girls Made of Snow and Glass by Melissa Bashardoust.

It’s also SO apt, because it’s a Snow White Re-telling!! I love it so much. I cried several times in the last few chapters. The way she made the girls human just killed me. None of the “I hate her because she’s prettier than me” that flew in the 30’s.



A Diamond in the Rough
Just Like Cinderella, You Either Didn’t Expect Much Out of This Character in the Beginning But They Turned Out to Be a Total Gem


Rainie, from Summer Unscripted by Jen Klein.

Rainie is super flighty, and at the very beginning, she becomes obsessed with a guy over an imaginary moment between them, and then follows him to camp. I love the author, so I had high hopes, but I was really nervous about Rainie. She turns out amazing! (Such a good book, especially if you like theater.)



Sleeping Beauty
A Book That Makes You Sleepy or Just Could Not Hold Your Attention

Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance by Ruth Emmie Lang.

I tried really hard, I really wanted to like this book. I just couldn’t do it. I really need plot and characters, I can’t make it on a book with pretty writing alone. I’m surprised I finished it.



Under the Sea
A Book With a Water/Ocean Setting

Tempest Rising by Tracy Deebs.

I was so pleasantly surprised by this, too! I bought it at the Dollar Tree, not expecting much because I’m not super into mermaids, nor am I into “I’m waiting for this birthday for my special powers to come and I’m positively angst-ridden!” But this is fun! Her writing is gorgeous, and the mermaid plot was fun.


belle-princess– BELLE –

Beauty and the Books
Name a Book With the Best Bookworm/Book Lover

Like Flavia, I’m going with Hermione from the Harry Potter series by J.K.Rowling! I was about the same age as the Harry Potter kids while it was coming out, especially later in the series. I was/am a super nerd, and none of my friends understood any of my references or jokes. I loved Hermione immediately, for being a lovable while sometimes unlikable bookworm, because I could relate to her so hard.



The Thief and the Princess
Name Book with an Unlikely Love Story (Either in Terms of Romance or a Book You Didn’t Expect to Love So Much)

Every part of me wanted to make a Flowers in the Attic joke, and laugh because I did NOT expect for the brother and sister to hook up and be married for like four more books. God V.C. Andrews is twisted and amazing.

I’m going with Girls Made of Snow and Glass again, because the Snow White character is queer and I loved it! I hadn’t known that was the case, though it was all over Goodreads. So I was like, “Umm, am I reading this as them building a romance because that’s what I want or because it’s a real thing?” So when it became clear that yeah, that was a thing, I think I yelled “YAASSS!”


The Real Life Princess
Name a Book that is Based on a Real Life Person You Want to Read/Have Read

I really want to read Empress by Shan Sa.

It’s about Empress Wu, China’s first female emperor! I’ve heard such amazing things, and it’s sitting in my TBR.



The Princess that Saved Her Country
Name the Fiercest Heroine You Know

Fierce can mean so many things. So, for the typical idea of what we think of, I’d say Kahlan, from the Sword of Truth series. She’s amazing and she can lead armies and she kicks so much ass.

In an equally valid but less sword-wielding type of fierce, Johanna Morrigan from How to Build a Girl is amazing. She creates an alter-ego when she decides her life isn’t working, and eventually has to decide which pieces of herself and which pieces of Dolly Wilde she should keep. It’s so poignant, for reals.



The Princess With The Coolest And Most Diverse Crew
Name a diverse book whether it is a diverse set of characters (like Tiana’s group of Naveen, Louis, Ray, and more) or just diverse in general

I will go with When Dimple Met Rishi, since it’s so great! Dimple and Rishi and their families are Indian, and her friend Celia is Latina. It’s really cool to not just see Indian characters, but to see them navigating an aspect of that culture that we don’t see much of in the US.



Let Your Longggggg Hair Down
Name the Longest Book You’ve Ever Read

Again, my answer is the same as Flavia’s!

The longest book I’ve ever read is (almost) definitely Stone of Tears by Terry Goodkind! I read these when I had a lot more time, due to living in Portland and spending three-ish hours a day on the MAX train. The series has like eleven books and each is like 1,000 pages long. It’s crazy.



I Determine My Own Fate
A Book Where There is No Love Story/Interest or Isn’t Needed

Soon I Will Be Invincible, by Austin Grossman.

It’s suuuch a fun book! It alternates between the views of Dr. Impossible, a super villain who has escaped from prison and is trying, naturally, to take over the world. And Fatale, a cyborg, who is on the team set to take down Dr. Impossible. I loved that this book doesn’t rest on romance! It’s all about “villain” vs “hero” and making both awesomely lovable and relatable.



Frozen Hearts
A Book in a Winter/Cold Setting

For the third time, I’m going with Girls Made of Snow and Glass haha. It’s so fresh on my mind! And I can’t think of another one from the top of my head except like one of the Narnia books, and I don’t even know which one, and you know whatever! I stand by my choice!

The Snow White character is literally made out of snow, and there’s a curse on her kingdom so they’re in perpetual winter. (Which sounds like absolute hell to me, but whatev.)



How Far I’ll Go
A Character That Goes on a Journey

I would really love to read more of these!! I haven’t really read any lately! Not about a physical journey, anyway. I’m having trouble even thinking of one. I’m like, “Hey, have y’all heard about The Odyssey?”

Okay so Fates by Lanie Bross was an okay book, I liked it but didn’t love it, but it’s the most recent book I’ve read where a few characters travel, and I LOVED that part of it. I actually liked it a lot once they started moving. The first 100 pages or so were hard for me to become invested in.





Emily @ That Weird Girl Life

Evalina @ Avalinah’s Books

Inge @ The Belgian Reviewer

Jo-Ann at Inspiration Pie


And anyone else who wants to do it!


If you’ve already done it or this isn’t your thing, please feel free to ignore it!!


Thanks for reading!

13 thoughts on “The Disney Princess Book Tag!

  1. oh this is fun! I have to say yes to Belle [bookworm!] and Merida [Girl Power!]

  2. Flavia says:

    Yay for all of the Sword of Truth love I see on here! And yay for When Dimple Met Rishi! All of the others I’ve never heard before (which still surprises me when it happens, because I always think myself to be up to date on things, lol). It looks like I really need to check out Girls Made of Snow and Glass as well, since you mentioned it so often, and I’ll be checking out the other books as well. Thanks so much for completing the tag! 😀

    1. Savanah says:

      It’s my favorite high fantasy series! I’m so disappointed in the newer series with Richard and Kahlan, though. Anything past The Omen Machine has been like unbearable for me.

      Girls Made of Snow and Glass is SO good! It’s on NetGalley, too. If you use that.

      Thanks so much for tagging me!!

  3. Also, I went to share this post on Twitter, and for some reason you have it set up so that the post tags @vaniwrites or something like that. Sound familiar?

    1. Savanah says:

      Oh weird! It was my twitter handle before I had the blog. Hopefully I can fix that, though I don’t know how to go about it :/ Thank you for letting me know! And for sharing.

      1. Is this a straight-up WordPress blog, or are you self-hosted? If it’s straight-up WordPress, I can help.

        1. Savanah says:

          Self-hosted. It’s still WordPress, though, right? Maybe the same rules will apply?

          1. Here is my link on how to attach a social media account to your blog. If you scroll down, there are step-by-step instructions with images. Not sure if it will look the same on a self-hosted blog, but good luck! 🙂


          2. Savanah says:

            Thank you!!!

  4. I like that this tag encourages readers to think about books by or about women that they’ve read. I think for some people it will be hard because unless we consciously choose to read books by or about women, we tend not to. Dudes have the market and review spaces cornered (another reason why book bloggers are so important).

    1. Savanah says:

      Right?! Agreed! I definitely think it’s getting better, at least sometimes I do. But then, so often, I’m horrified by how much I see sexist content even in the books written by women, and I have to wonder if things are really getting better at all. Just last night (or this morning, I guess) I had to point out that a woman character in a book written by a woman is contributing to rape culture. It’s just, so, ugh.

  5. Yes for Hermione as a bookworm! And she’s a great book ambassador in real life too, being a part of the book fairies who leave books in metro stations etc. She just left some in Paris recently! Thanks for tagging me, I have so many tags on my list by now I’m not sure when (or if) I’ll get to this one because its not the easiest but thanks anyway!

    1. Savanah says:

      I know, right!? Emma Watson is phenomenal. No worries, I know your hands are full with your blog 😉

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