Thank you to Mandy from Book Princess Reviews for tagging me. If you don’t already follow her, click her blog’s name to go check out her blog and give her a follow. She’s constantly posting reviews, tags, weekly memes, and her own series called The Princess Read every Saturday. If you have ever wondered what your favourite Disney princess would read, it’s the series for you.
- Thank the person who tagged you.
- Mention the creator Krysti at YA and Wine
- Match at least one YA girl with each of the themes below.
- Tag as many people as you like!
Guari from A Crown of Wishes
GIRLS WHO FIGHT WITH THEIR MIND
Jo from These Shallow Graves
GIRLS WHO FIGHT WITH THEIR HEART
Shazi from The Wrath and the Dawn
GIRLS WHO ARE TRAINED FIGHTERS
Rachelle from Crimson Bound
STRONG GIRLS OF COLOR
Laia from An Ember in the Ashes (I would put more, but I’m trying not to repeat characters)
GIRLS WHO FIGHT TO SURVIVE
Sybella from Dark Triumph
GIRLS WHO ARE WEAPONS MASTERS
Inej from Six of Crows
GIRLS WHO DON’T CONFORM TO GENDER ROLES
Lada from And I Darken
GIRLS WITH KICK-BUTT MAGICAL POWERS
Ashline from Wildefire
STRONG GIRLS IN CONTEMPORARY NOVELS
Starr from The Hate U Give
SERIOUSLY FIERCE GIRLS
Essie from Stitching Snow
Some of these are popular books, but I tried to put some lesser known books on here as well. There are so many other girls I would put here, but I wanted to keep it to one girl per statement (I’m apparently very lazy).
Aditi from Readers Rule
Marie from Marie’s Library
Kyla from Seelie Pages
I just went through the people I follow and picked some people, so if you don’t see your blog here and want to do this tag, I officially tag you.
Do you like tags? I created a tag a while ago, and as far as I know no one has actually done it. If you are interested, click here to check it out.
Edit: I forgot a question, so I’ll answer it here. My most anticipated release with a strong female character is Forest of a Thousand Lanterns by Julie C. Dao.