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Strong Female Characters: Princess Tiana

For those of you that don’t know, Tiana is the main character of Disney’s 2009 film, The Princess and the Frog. Loosely based on the original fairy tale, the plot follows the adventures of Tiana, a hard-working waitress in 1920s New Orleans who kisses a prince who’s been turned into a frog – only to catch amphibian-itis and turn into a frog herself. 2,086 more words

Strong Female Characters

Book Review: Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard

Book Review: Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard

Book 2 in the Red Queen series. Each book has so many new characters which makes it interesting because of the nature of the abilities that the silvers and new bloods develop. 67 more words

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Flawed - Cecelia Ahern

Flawed: A Review

Could not put it down doesn’t do justice to how addictive this book is. Thank you Owlcrate for introducing me to this amazing novel. 438 more words

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One and one thousand reasons to love The Wrath and the Dawn

Okay, maybe not that many reasons but I really love the first book of Renee Ahdieh’s rendition of One and One Thousand Nights, The Wrath and the Dawn. 617 more words

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R.I.P it or Ship it Tag (Book EDITION pt. 2)

Once again we are back! Let’s do this continues version!

Round Seven:

Jenna Talbot (Hex Hall)  and Uriah Pedrad (Divergent)

Considering that Jenna is a lesbian and Uriah is not a girl, I don’t think this ship would work, but I can see them being friends. 244 more words

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TRANSFERRAL Goes to Michel Lafon

French rights to Kate Blair’s frighteningly realistic sci-fi YA novel, TRANSFERRAL, from Canadian publisher, Cormorant Books (via The Rights Factory), have been snapped up by éditions Michel Lafon. 35 more words

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