Originally from California, Sarah has been writing and editing professionally since moving to New York after college. You can often find her obsessing over anything old and classic—especially when the cover requires some dusting off. Her favorite books include the entire Harry Potter series, Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen, and A Separate Peace by John Knowles.
History just got a whole lot more interesting.
Celebrate these authors as we take a look at their diverse body of work.
These unbelievable stories stretch beyond the pages of your average history book.
From amateur sleuths to small-town sheriffs, these fierce females are on the case.
Travel far beyond your basic English class curriculum…
From literary fiction to gripping memoirs, there’s something for everyone.
"I like good strong words that mean something..." —Louisa May Alcott
Writing is hard—these authors are here to help.
Kaira Rouda is back with her new novel, The Favorite Daughter.
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These twists and turns exist outside of the law.
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When a high school English teacher is haunted by her own subject matter in real life, who can she trust?
New books by authors who thrill and chill.
Fantastic new reads by first-time fiction authors.
Charming—and often funny—these stories are sure to delight.
The ability to understand a child’s imagination is just one of the reasons why the A Wrinkle in Time author’s work has stood the test of time.
Sarah Meuleman’s debut novel, Find Me Gone, jumps between 1996 and 2014 to paint a devastating portrait of a woman confronted by her past.
Find yourself in these absorbing reads.
Stuart Turton's debut novel puts readers at the center of a murder mystery...with a twist.