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.

5 Cookbooks for When You Want to Cook Healthy Food Fast

If you want to make healthy meals but don’t want to spend all day in the kitchen, pick up these cookbooks for fast and healthy recipes, including Budget Bytes by Beth Moncel.

10 Hockey Romance Books to Warm Your Heart

Here are 10 hockey romance books hot enough to melt the ice and warm your heart, including Nothing But Trouble by Rachel Gibson.

The 2021 Youth Media Awards Announced at ALA Midwinter

The 2021 Youth Media Awards were announced today at the American Library Association's virtual Midwinter Meeting.

The 10 Best Book Lights for Late-Night Reading

The best book lights can make great holiday gifts or stocking stuffers for the book lover in your life. Here are ten of the best.

9 Great Books About Teens With Supernatural Abilities

In these books about supernatural teens, young people find and wield their powers as they face challenges and try to do some good.

15 LGBTQ YA Audiobooks to Listen to in the Second Half of 2020

Your ears will be excited to listen to these 15 LGBTQ YA audiobooks hitting shelves in the second half of 2020, like Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas!

30 Short Inspirational Quotes from Books

Enjoy these thirty short inspirational quotes from classic and modern books about love, courage, strength, hope, friendship, and more.

20 of the Best Free Kindle Books You Can Read in Isolation

These twenty great free Kindle books are available to read free on your Kindle through Prime, Unlimited, sales, or your local library's ebook collection.

Literary Magazines Published by Libraries

Many libraries publish art and literary magazines featuring authors and artists from their local community and from all over the world.

Authors Push Back Against “National Emergency Library”

Authors are pushing back against The Internet Archive's "National Emergency Library" for infringing on their copyright.

15 LGBTQ YA Audiobooks to Listen to in the First Half of 2020

2020 is going to be a banner year for queer YA books, especially in audio. Here are 15 2020 queer YA audiobooks to listen to in the first half of the year.

Why Do People Choose To Publish Their Books Via Kickstarter?

How have authors used Kickstarter to publish their work? What successes have they seen and how have they found their readership?

A History of Buying Books Onto the Bestseller List

Donald Trump Jr's Triggered hit the New York Times bestseller list with a dagger, an indication of bulk buys. It's far from the first book to do so.

Why You Should Go to a Book Festival and How to Choose One

Book conventions are the next level of book fandom and can be really rewarding. Here's why you should go and how to choose the right one for you.

20 Cookbooks to Get the Most Out of Your Gifts

If you received an Instant Pot, Air Fryer, or other kitchen gadgets, here are 20 cookbooks to help you get the most out of your gift.