Posts tagged sarah henning
The Bold Type Characters as Book Characters

If you’re not watching The Bold Type on Freeform, then you’re missing out on some seriously A+ content. It follows Jane, Kat, and Sutton, who all work at Scarlet, a global women’s magazine, and their nuanced and intersectional lives. Of course, as someone who has books on their mind 24/7, I couldn’t help but to relate the characters from the show to characters from our books.

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Order bubble tea, and we'll give you a book rec

Happy National Bubble Tea Day! Fun fact: I managed a bubble tea store for a year before I started working at NOVL, so making bubble tea is something that I hold close to my heart. Unfortunately, I can't hand you bubble tea through the screen, but I'll give you something even sweeter: a book rec!

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Lessons We Can Learn from these Bookish Siblings

I think on this great national holiday of ours, we should take a look back at some of our favorite book siblings, and all the lessons we can learn from them. But before we begin, I have to give a shout-out to my own siblings, Remy and Payton, who are the best Tekken rival and book buddy out there, respectively. I love you guys!

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Cover Reveal Roundup: Fall 2019 + Winter 2020

Another cover reveal season has come and gone, which means that the ARCs are starting to arrive at our desks! We’ve seen the covers digitally, but when we see it in print—well, we’re overjoyed. While we wish we could give every single person the glory of seeing these covers in person, this will have to do for now. In case you missed any of the cover reveals, I’ve rounded up all of them here for you! While we wish we could give every single person the glory of seeing these covers in person, this will have to do for now. In case you missed any of the cover reveals, I’ve rounded up all of them here for you!

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Cover Reveal: Throw Like a Girl by Sarah Henning

by Sarah Henning, author of Throw Like a Girl and Sea Witch

Hello, my name is Sarah, and I think girls are superheroes. Which is exactly why I wrote a book called Throw Like a Girl.

Growing up, I was a competitive gymnast. I’d loved the sport since I was old enough to walk and talk, and by the time I was competing myself, I was idolizing girls—Kim Zmeskal, Dominique Dawes, Kerri Strug—who could fly.

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