The Princess Saves Herself in This One

If you have noticed, I read a lot of different stories, and, I’m sure as we have all experienced, we get stuck in that novel’s world and can’t move on. Aka a book hangover.

So I devised a plan that not only transitioned my reading, but also allows me to read poetry and graphic novels! Things that I normally wouldn’t, basically. So in between each novel, I read a poetry collection (a graphic novel review is coming up as well).

The Princess Saves Herself in This One is beautiful. Like Kaur’s work, it is extremely relatable and raw. Lovelace has a slightly different style of writing, but goodness gracious. Is it beautiful! It’s meant for the heartbroken, the dreamers, and the lovers of tales. She integrates many Harry Potter things into her poetry, which, hello! Is right up my alley 😍, but I won’t share any of those because you need to read them yourself! πŸ™‚

Oh my goodness. I can’t stress this enough: you need to get your nose into this collection!

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