Sarah Nicolas

Sarah Nicolas is a recovering mechanical engineer, library event planner, and author who lives in Orlando with a 60-lb mutt who thinks he’s a chihuahua. Sarah writes YA novels as Sarah Nicolas and romance under the name Aria Kane. When not writing, they can be found playing volleyball or drinking wine. Find them on Twitter @sarah_nicolas.

Check out the Full Length Trailer for The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

See the full length trailer for HBO's adaptation of The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot, premiering April 22 at 8pm.

100 Must-Read Books: Food in Fiction

From LIKE WATER FOR CHOCOLATE to CHARLIE & THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, discover 100 delectable novels and picture books that feature food.

Awesome Book Events in Every State

Whether you live in New York City or Wyoming, we've put together a list of at least one book festival or author event in every state in the country.

20 Reading Challenges for 2017

Read more and stretch outside of your reading comfort zone with these twenty Reading Challenges for 2017.

#ReadersUnite: Share What Books You’re Reading on January 3rd

The New York Public Library is encouraging readers to share what books they're reading on social media on January 3rd, using the hashtag #ReadersUnite

Bygone Badass Broads: Historical Women About Whom I Need All The Books

Sarah Nicolas discusses the historical women she'd like to see more books written about, based on Mackenzi Lee's Bygone Badass Broads Twitter Series.

12 Book-To-Screen Adaptations to Watch in 2017

Check out these 2017 movie, TV, and film adaptations based on books like American Gods and The Dark Tower Series!

Watch the Big Little Lies Trailer from HBO

Watch the trailer for Big Little Lies, HBO's upcoming star-studded comedy-drama miniseries based on the 2014 novel by Liane Moriarty.

Bookish Ways to Fight the Good Fight

Books are a great way to build empathy and compassion and to fight against a rising tide of racism, sexism, bigotry, xenophobia, homophobia, and more.

45+ Book Cures for Your Post-Election Hangover

After the 2016 election season, we could all use a little escapism.