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.

10 U.S. Rare Bookstores You Can Visit Right Now

Check out these ten rare bookstores you can visit in the United States, featuring antiquarian book shops from New York to Florida to California.


Grisha trilogy author Leigh Bardugo talks about Themyscira, Amazon culture, and writing a feminist icon her new YA Wonder Woman novel, Wonder Woman: Warbringer.

100 Must-Read Middle Grade Fantasy Books From the Last 10 Years

Discover 100 recently-published middle grade books full of magic. Here are 100 must-read MG Fantasy novels published in the last ten years.

Movie Adaptation of TO ALL THE BOYS I’VE LOVED BEFORE Begins Production

Jenny Han's Young Adult Romantic Comedy, TO ALL THE BOYS I'VE LOVED BEFORE, has begun production with X-Men Apocalypse's Lana Condor starring.

Netflix to Adapt Josh Malerman’s BIRD BOX, Starring Sandra Bullock

Sandra Bullock will star in Netflix's adaptation of Josh Malerman's BIRD BOX. The film will be directed by Oscar Winner Susanne Bier.

10 YA Books that Will Destroy You (and You’ll Love It)

These 10 Young Adult books will wreck your emotions - and you'll love them for it.

8 Reasons People Mock Romance

People put down our readers, make fun of our covers, and call what we love “trash.” Why? They're jealous.

100 Must Read Books About Serial Killers

One hundred fiction, non-fiction, and Young Adult fiction books about or featuring serial killers.

Shannon Hale Talks About Her Graphic Memoir REAL FRIENDS (and Squirrel Girl!)

Shannon Hale talks to Book Riot about Real Friends, her new graphic memoir and gives a sneak peak at the next Squirrel Girl novel.

HBO to Adapt Fahrenheit 451, starring Michael B. Jordan

HBO is adapting Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 into a feature-length movie, starring Michael B. Jordan and Michael Shannon.