Disney Princess Book Tag

Hey everyone! 🙂 The sun is shining today and I woke up feeling reeeally energetic and full of good vibes – which is why I decided to do this cute little Disney Princess Book Tag

I was tagged by Mandy @ Book Princess Reviews, Dani @ Perspective of a Writer, Aditi @ Readers Rule, Sam @ Rivermoose Reads, and Kate @ Melting Pots and Other Calamities a few eons ago (I’M SO SORRY) and finally managed to get to it. Thank you so much! Please go follow these awesome ladies once you’re done reading the post 😀


The Rules

  • Mention where you saw the tag/thank whoever tagged you because that’s always good fun
  • Tag Book Princess Reviews and Zuky with our posts so we can check out the wonderful Princess fun throughout the blog world (Mine is this link and Zuky’s is here)
  • Play a game of tag at the end!



Snow White

This Book (like the Movie) Started It All

Favorite Debut Book From an Author 


I feel like I’m repeating myself but this one is really good!! Can’t wait for Thorne’s next novel ❤

cinderella tag


A Diamond in the Rough

Just Like Cinderella, You Either Didn’t Expect Much Out of This Character in the Beginning But Turned Out to Be a Total Jem 
I really didn’t expect Kestrel to evolve the way she did, at first glance. She’s such an amazing character.



Sleeping Beauty

A Book That Makes You Sleepy or Just Could Not Hold Your Attention
I know the title sounds super ironic but it didn’t actually give me any sweet dreams. Just pure snooze.

ariel tag


Under the Sea

A Book With a Water/Ocean Setting
Sirens, pirates, and an ocean as their playground! I’m really enjoying this book so far and my only regret is not having as much time as I’d like to read it… 😥

belle tag


Beauty and the Books

Name a Book With the Best Bookworm/Book Lover
I think there’s no other book with as many book lovers as The Great Library trilogy. These kids breathe books and protect them with their lives – literally.



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)
I really didn’t think anything would happen between those two, but I’m sure glad it did!



The Real Life Princess

Name a Book that is Based on a Real Life Person You Want to Read/Have Read
It’s hard to believe Tommy Wiseau is a living, breathing human, but here we are. And this is his story.



The Princess that Saved Her Country

Name the Fiercest Heroine You Know
 I’m going to go with Celaena Sardothien because damn, girl. She’s as fierce as they come!

tiana tag


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 really liked how unique and quirky each character was! And I especially liked the love interest.



Let Your Longggggg Hair Down

Name the Longest Book You’ve Ever Read
Or so Goodreads says.



I Determine My Own Fate

A Book Where There is No Love Story/Interest or Isn’t Needed
The two books I’ve read from Gaiman didn’t have any romance in them and I adored them still, which is quite the feat.



Frozen Hearts

A Book in a Winter/Cold Setting
 And as a bonus, it’s about Christmas! (Sort of.)

moana head


How Far I’ll Go

A Character That Goes on a Journey
I loved this book’s setting/plot and even though Rora wasn’t always my favourite, I absolutely envy her journey.


I Tag: 

Michelle @ A Geek Girl’s GuideStephanie’s Novel FictionHeidi @ BookLoverBlogsSophie @ Beware the ReaderBeth @ Reading Every NightLydia @ 22 Is Still Young AdultBookstorm GirlAshley @ Book TalesJenny in NeverlandOdd and BookishQuibbles & ScribblesKat @ Nose Stuck in a Book • anyone else who wants to!

As always, no pressure to do this! 🙂

Thank you so much for reading and until next time!


Did you enjoy this tag? Do you like Disney? What’s your favourite Princess? Let me know what some of your answers would be! 。^‿^ 。


70 thoughts on “Disney Princess Book Tag

  1. Love yours answers, Sophie! I can’t wait for Sally Thorne’s next novel too! I haven’t read To Kill A Kingdom yet but I’m hoping to read it soon maybe next month. I’m planning to binge read The Winner’s Trilogy this year. I really hope I love it! I have No ordinary Star on my TBR but I haven’t read it yet. I’m glad to hear that you loved it! 🙂

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    1. Thank you so much, Raven ❤ Oh yeah, she earned herself a fan!
      I'm reading it right now and it's been very enjoyable, if a bit of a slow start. I think the build up is very well done, however, and is coming together very nicely. I hope you like it as well! 🙂
      Oh me too! It's one of my favourites of all time. It's just so lovely and has all these elements to it that I adore. No Ordinary Star is very short but also very cool. Perfect for wintertime!


  2. Thanks so much for the tag Sophie. I love Disney and Disney Princesses so I’ll be sure to get around to this one soon (I think it may already be on my list so I may actually be able to get around to it sooner rather than later! :D) I loved Kestrel in The Winner’s Trilogy, she has such incredible development and I was the same because I didn’t expect too much but I was blown away by the series and how her character evolved throughout.
    Also yeah when it comes to book lovers Ink and Bone is a great pick, then again I think any book set in a world where The Great Library is still standing is an ultimate book lovers book! 😀
    Great post, and again thanks for the tag. 🙂 ❤

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    1. Of course! I just checked your post on it (I haven’t been able to come to the blog lately and I’m so sorry to have missed everyone’s replies, including yours!) and it was lovely ❤ I'm so glad you managed to do it and so quickly too ^^
      I actually forgot to mention in your post that I'm a big The Fox and the Hound fan as well! I always cried buckets when I was a kid but I kept begging my mum to play it on the VCR (God, I feel old saying this xD) It was such a heartbreaking tale, but a hopeful and happy one at the same time. Sigh, the memories ❤
      Kestrel is so badass! I don't know what I'd do if I were in her shoes but probably not have her strength of mind, that's for sure…
      Absolutely! Thank you very much, hon, and no problem ^^

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      1. That’s all right, I know that feeling all too well, and thanks Sophie! 🙂
        Oh it’s a great film right?! I have it on DVD but haven’t been able to bring myself to watch it for a while because I know it will have me crying like a baby all over again. Definitely heartbreaking, and one day I’ll re-watch it again I swear.
        I don’t know what I’d do either but I don’t think I’d be able to be as badass as she is that’s for sure. 🙂 ❤️


  3. Yay thanks so much for tagging me! I love your answers for this, especially for the unlikely love story! I’m so glad it turned out the way it did, especially because that couple was my favorite part of the Falling Kingdoms series!

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    1. Sure thing, Ashley! I hope you have fun with it ^^
      I think, in the end, the only reason I kept reading FK *was* their relationship. The plot was just a bit too all over the place, yet their romance was such a guilty pleasure I could not think to put it down hahaha


    1. Isn’t it? And me too! Disney is such a big part of my childhood (and, let’s be honest, general adulthood as well hahaha)
      It’s a great series for any bookworm! It actually reminds me a lot of Harry Potter, so that’s a plus as well. I’d recommend you give it a go, it might be a bit slow at first but it does develop really nicely and there are actually two more books planned (in addition to the ones already out) so it should keep you entertained for a long while 🙂

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  4. Sophie, you’re killing me with all these great books and amazingly intriguing recommendations, great characters, and awesome covers. I want to read them all (except the sleeper, ha ha). I need to clone myself. *Sigh*. I’m favoriting this so I can revisit. Awesome tag and thanks!

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  5. Thank you for tagging me! This looks like fun 🙂

    The Ocean At the End of the Lane is such a fantastic book! I reread it quite recently and it blew me away all over again. Neil Gaiman is such a beautiful writer. Have you ever read The Graveyard Book? That’s probably my favourite of his – and one of my favourite books in general, honestly.

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    1. Sure! I was hoping you’d like to do it hahaha
      I knooow, he has such a way with words and creates this awesome atmosphere… It’s really hard to explain but you can absolutely feel it and I have yet to find one like him. So, so good.
      I haven’t read that one yet, unfortunately, but I plan to do it sometime soon. I plan to read all of Gaiman’s books, actually! Just to see which ones are my favourites 🙂 Many people have recommended that one, though, so it’s likely that I’ll start with that.

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    1. Thank you, Dani! Me too, and I was dying to read it… So glad that I did! It’s been highly enjoyable so far 🙂 Geekerella is so so cute, I’m sure you’ll have no trouble loving it. It’s not the most complex of books, but that doesn’t mean it’s not just as lovely. I adored the subject matter and thought it was very well represented ^^


    1. I’m glad you liked it, Mandy! I tried to give different answers from other tags but as usual, I feel they’re all very repetitive xD Glad you didn’t find it so.
      So far it’s being very enjoyable but you never know, it might get better or worse as I go… Especially considering I’ve been looking forward to it for ages *eek* We’ll see!
      Of course, thank you for tagging me! That’s alright, I love that it has all the princesses together in one so that we can have some variety 🙂 ❤


  6. I’m waiting to see your review of To Kill A Kingdom. I just won a copy and can’t wait to read. I hope you loved it. I’m glad The Winner’s is one of your answer to this tag. I love that series a lot.

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    1. Isn’t it?? I had so much fun with it ^^ Yeah I really like when characters go through such an awesome development, really keeps you interested throughout and looks incredibly realistic.
      Thank you for your lovely comment, Lauren! ❤


  7. I’m super keen to read To Kill a Kingdom – I’ve heard so many good things about it, so I’m glad to see you are enjoying it too. I look forward to reading your review!
    Good choice with Celaena by the way. And I also find it hard to believe Tommy Wiseau is a real person… I really enjoyed the Disaster Artist movie btw, it was much funnier than I thought it would be – did you see it?

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    1. First of all, I’m so sorry this reply comes a month late!! I have been terrible at blogging lately 😦
      I just finished TKaK (and I know you’ve read and commented on my review so THANK YOU, I’ll try to check your lovely comment as soon as possible <3) and absolutely loved it.
      Hahaha I know right? He is such a character, I'm not sure if it's on purpose or whether he was born that way but you got to admire the man's perseverance. I really liked The Disaster Artist, both the movie and the book. I thought Franco was so on point and absolutely killed it as Tommy. I also didn't expect to love it as much as I did. I don't know what I was expecting but it definitely went beyond my expectations, and was very faithful to the book so that was awesome. Have you read the book?
      Again, thank you so much for stopping by, Nicola! 🙂

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  8. I love how when you came to the longest book you were like ‘or so Goodreads says’ like you doubted it xD Maybe you have read longer! There are so many books on my TBR in this post, like To Kill a Kingdom, Falling Kingdoms and anything by Sally Thorne. I also love Disney and the princesses, so I could only approve of this tag. Great answers ❤

    My recent post: http://oliviascatastrophe.com/2018/05/the-girl-in-the-broken-mirror-review-guest-post/

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    1. Hahaha I have terrible memory and could never pinpoint which one was longest so yeah, Goodreads is a lifesaver! xD I don’t think I have because all the books I’ve ever read are there so I’m sure it’s accurate 😛
      I loved To Kill a Kingdom SO MUCH (I’ve done a review on it, not sure if you’ve read it as I have been going through my nofitications veeeryyy slowly but if you’d like to know my thoughts on it, definitely do check it out). I’m also super looking forward to Thorne’s new book!
      Yes me too!! Disney ❤ ❤
      Thanks so much hon ^^


    1. That’s awesome to know! I’ve finished To Kill a Kingdom recently and posted a review on it, so if you’d like to know my thoughts on it definitely check it out 🙂 (spoiler alert: I loved it!!) Are you planning to read it?
      It sure was! And thanks so much ^^

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    1. Yes!! Girl, you need to read it ASAP, even though I’d say I preferred the second book to the first one, a lot of people disagree on that. The third one was also really good and there’ll be two more if I’m not mistaken so plenty of reading material to keep you entertained ^^
      Thanks so much for your comment! ❤

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  9. YAYYY!! Disney+Books=Life Goals! I loved your answers! I haven’t read all the books you mentioned but I’ve read to kill a kingdom and it definitely matches up with Ariel’s story! I think Ariel had more friends though! 😂 Great pot!


      1. Lira is really cool! She’s broken and confused and I like that! Yeah she’s got a (slightly) different personality to Ariel! No problem! ❤️😀


  10. Ahh I love Disney, and I love this post! Do I have permission to steal? 😉
    Simi ~ simizat.wordpress.com
    P.S. My favourite princess is probably Tiana or Mulan, because they’re both so badass and I love their films ❤


  11. Loved this tag 🙂 And Geekerella was one of the first books I reviewed when I started my newest book blog. Definitely a favorite last year 🙂 The geek/nerd in me fell head over heels for it!


    1. Me too! Oh yeah it did make my geeky heart super happy as well, I just wish it’d been a bit more… Complex maybe? Felt like it just skimmed the surface when there was so much it could have done. Still a great book ^^


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