Emily Henry’s Funny Story is headed to the big screen, Variety reports.

Henry’s romantic comedy novel, a No. 1 New York Times bestseller, was published in April by Berkley. The book follows Daphne, a librarian who has been recently dumped by her fiancé, Peter, and becomes roommates with the ex-boyfriend of Peter’s new girlfriend. In a starred review, a critic for Kirkus wrote of the novel, “Henry fans, rejoice: This is her best yet.”

Henry will write the screenplay for the Funny Story adaptation, and will serve as an executive producer on the film.

The movie is one of several adaptations of Henry’s novels in the works. A series based on Happy Place is being developed by Jennifer Lopez at Netflix, and a film based on People We Meet on Vacation will be directed by Brett Haley. Her Book Loversis also headed to the big screen, as is Beach Read, which has Yulin Kuang on board as director.

Henry announced the Funny Story adaptation news in her Substack newsletter, writing, “I have a draft of a script, and as soon as I finish this letter to you, I’m diving back into it, because we’re all chomping at the bit to get this made.”

She mentioned it on her Instagram account, too, writing, “also just read there’s gonna be a shrek 5, so a big day all around.”

Michael Schaub is a contributing writer.