Memorable Lines Monday #6: a fairy tale retelling

Hey, (mood) readers!

Mondays are always hectic, so here’s a short post. I’d like to start this weekly thing where I’ll post favorite quotes from books that I have read.

For this Monday, November 4th, here’s my entry.

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“When are we gonna get a fat princess? How about a princess with bad acne and crappy posture and the mouth of a sailor? Probably never. Every. Single. One. Is the same. Totally hot. Totally predictable. Snow White has the attention of seven little men, not because she’s the only one who can reach the top of the bookshelf, but because she’s a porcelain-skinned, ruby-lipped knockout. The Little Mermaid got a prince because she shut her trap for five whole seconds and looks fierce in a bikini. And Cinderella? She’s a girl who clearly demonstrates to the prince that she’s got lots of experience on her knees and doesn’t mind getting dirty.”

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“People should treat each other with kindness, but I’m not talking about them. You can’t fix them. I’m talking about you. You deserve better treatment from yourself.”

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“Like it or not, when things get scary, we’ve got to be willing to at least try and make our own magic. I don’t want to be a waiting-and-wanting girl. I want to be a believing-and-doing girl.”

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“Someday you’ll have to let some of that pain go to make room in your heart for something even bigger.”

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Are you familiar with these quotes?

The quotes are from:

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Damsel Distressed by Kelsey Macke

Amazon || Book Depository || Goodreads

// I’m an affiliate for Amazon & BD, and the two links above are affiliate links. //

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Have you read this book? What did you think?

Let me know in the comments!

yna

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