About Me

About The Page Sage


The Page Sage was started in June of 2011 because I love reading and writing- it just seemed like the natural way to combine my two passions. Nowadays I've revamped things a bit and do book reviews with a feminist twist.

First time here? Feel free to make yourself at home by checking out some of the posts below!

Feminist Reviews:
Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson

Bookish Discussions:
An Open Letter to YA Boys
Parks and Rec Plus YA

Author Interviews:
Robin Palmer (author of Cindy Ella, Geek Charming, Little Miss Red, Wicked Jealous, and The   Corner of Bitter and Sweet)
Stacey Jay (Author of Juliet ImmortalRomeo Redeemed, and Of Beast and Beauty)

About Sara

Hi there! I'm Sara, a gigantic book nerd, outspoken feminist, and Parks and Rec fanatic.

Me with Alex London, author of Proxy
I mainly read Young Adult novels, with a healthy dose of Adult and classic books tossed into the mix. I've even been on a bit of a memoir kick lately, which I blame on the awesome A Fighting Chance by the brilliant and wonderful Senator Elizabeth Warren.

Some of my favorite books of all time include Beauty Queens by Libba Bray, the Graceling Trilogy by Kristin Cashore, Paper Towns by John Green, and of course the Harry Potter books, just to name a few.

Want to talk books? Compare Harry Potter memorabilia collections? Figure out what to do with our lives when Parks and Recreation ends? Shoot me an email at pagesagesara(at)gmail(dot)com or chat with me on one of the places below.


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Concerning Blog Awards:
Thank you  so much to everyone who has nominated The Page Sage for a blog award! Although I am very touched and honored, I unfortunately have a lot of commitments outside of blogging (especially schoolwork) and simply don't have time to respond to them. But again, thank you- I really do appreciate it!

5 comments:

  1. HI Sara - Thanks for visiting my karma ran over my dogma and leaving a note for Heifer! Also, I'm so glad I found your blog! I have three nieces, all of whom would love the book, Unspoken, as would their mother and I :)

    Have a lovely holiday and thank you again.

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  2. Stumbled across your blog looking for bookish clothes for my own blog, stayed to read! Lovely blog, following you on Bloglovin. Happy reading!

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  3. Your blog is awesome. Also I mastered the art of walking while reading. But I don't do it much because people like to trip me in the hallway

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  4. Hey, I nominated you for the Liebster Award! You can check it out here: https://bookgeekreview.wordpress.com/2014/10/29/i-won-an-award/

    Congrats and thanks :)

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