Sarah S. Davis

Sarah S. Davis holds a BA in English from the University of Pennsylvania, a Master's of Library Science from Clarion University, and an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Sarah has also written for Electric Literature, Kirkus Reviews, Audible, Psych Central, and more. Sarah is the founder of Broke By Books blog and runs a tarot reading business, Divination Vibration. Twitter: @Sarahbooktime Instagram: @Sarahbookgoddess

Quiz: Plan a Cozy Winter Day and Find Your Next Cozy Read

It's cozy books season! Bundle up with one of these feel-good reads with mystery, hockey, cupcakes, and all other things good 'n' cozy!

The Wonder of Reading Children’s Literature As An Adult

Ever revisited children's books as an adult just for yourself? If not, you may be missing out on an enriching experience.

A Reader’s Tarot Spread

To use tarot to clarify and expand your relation to a core passion like reading, try this spread, including an example of how to use it.

Take a Tour Through Philadelphia’s Libraries, Archives, and Special Collections

Join us on a tour of Philadelphia's notable libraries and special collections, some of the most interesting and eclectic destinations for literature lovers.

Quiz: How Well Do You Know Dr. Seuss’s HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS!?

"You're a mean one, Mr. Grinch..." Know the rest of the song? Take this quiz to see just how much you know about the Grinch.

13 Things You Didn’t Know About Jane Austen

Get to know the legendary Jane Austen with these lesser-known facts about her history and her work.

How Writing and Reading Kid Lit Helped Heal My Childhood

Through writing and reading middle grade, I used my troubled beginnings as motivation to write stories for kids going through difficulties.

9 Dark Novels in Verse

Verse novels combine a compelling story with stark and intricately spun poetry. There’s one for you in this list of dark novels in verse.

What I Learned From Reading a Short Story a Day For a Month

In September, I began my Long Short Story Project, where I read a short story every day for a month. Here's what I learned.

Quiz: Get Started With Middle Grade

Curious about getting back into reading middle grade books? Take this quiz to find out which you should start with.

How Graphic Narratives Make My Illness Feel Seen

Being seen is powerful, and being seen when you have a mental illness in graphic narratives can change your entire world.

Quiz: What New YA Fantasy Should You Read Next?

In this YA fantasy book quiz, you'll find a ticket on the one-way track to all things fantastical with next-read recommendations.

Where to Find the Best Children’s Book Reviews

There's more great children's books being published than ever before -- this is how to find the best children's book reviews online.

Why I’m Breaking Up With YOU’VE GOT MAIL

What happens when a beloved story turns out to be anything but the happy, light-hearted one you believed it to be?

9 Funny Chapter Book Series That Will Keep Kids Giggling

These funny chapter book series will have kids laughing out loud as they flip the pages. Make sure to have the sequels ready!

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