Sarah Gelman
Sarah Gelman
Named after the book her father was reading when she was born, Sarah was destined to be a reader. In fact, she has spent her entire career recommending books to readers: She worked at a New York publishing house before relocating to Seattle to work at Amazon. Sarah loves women’s fiction, memoirs, cookbooks, home design/organizational books, parenting books, and a good multigenerational family saga. When she’s not working or reading, she’s watching the movie Planes with her two young sons, menu planning with her husband, or daydreaming about the perfectly designed reading nook.

Recent posts by Sarah

Wellness Wednesday: Sarah Adler on real food, rituals, and morning bevvies

Sarah Adler, nutrition coach and author, answers our Wellness Wednesday questions about her upcoming cookbook, Simply Real Eating.

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Meet Our Newest Editor: You Can Call Her Al

A Q&A with the newest member of our Editorial Team, Al Woodworth.

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Welcome to Wellness Wednesday

Check out upcoming books in the wellness category in our new monthly Wellness Wednesday column.

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Meet Chanel Miller, author of "Know My Name"

Chanel Miller explains her decision to emerge from the shadows of being known only as "Emily Doe" in her revelatory memoir, Know My Name.

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More to read after Hilderbrand's "Summer of ’69"

Summer might be almost over, but the magic of summer reading doesn't have to end.

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11 hacks to help parents actually find time to read

Practical  strategies for creating more reading time in a parent's busy day.

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Favorite children’s books in our house – one mom’s list

These 9 books are among my - and my children's - must-read books for bedtime and beyond.

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What I’m reading on my summer vacation

Vacation reading is like no other reading.

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Bobby Hundreds: Building community one word—and one T-shirt—at a time

The cofounder of The Hundreds talks with us about being encouraged to chase his passion and building community in spite of the social media age.

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So You Want to Read More in 2019? Here's How to Do It.

These simple but valuable tips will make it easy for you to read more this year.

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