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The Diabolic: Inspiration for Nemesis

September 30, 2016
The Riveted Team
YA Fiction Is Our Addiction
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Guess what?! In just 32 days, S. J. Kincaid’s The Diabolic will be on sale (November 1)! We’ve been posting a lot about The Diabolic and the posts are only going to keep coming. If you’re just joining us and are wondering what The Diabolic is all about, start here to check out the animated cover .GIF, teaser trailer and excerpt, and then check out 5 Things You Didn’t Know About S. J. Kincaid, and 5 MORE Things You Didn’t Know.

This week, author S. J. Kincaid’s sharing with us what her inspiration was for Nemesis, the protagonist of The Diabolic. Again, in case you’re new here and are wondering what a Diabolic is, here’s a little snippet from the book:

Diabolics weren’t people.
We looked like people, to be sure. We had the DNA of people, but we were something else: creatures fashioned to be  utterly ruthless and totally loyal to a single individual. We would gladly kill for that person, and only for them. That’s why the elite imperial families eagerly snatched us up to serve as lifelong bodyguards for themselves and their children, and to be the bane of their enemies.

Take it from us, Nemesis will be your new favorite badass YA heroine. If you haven’t already, you might want to add The Diabolic to your Goodreads bookshelf, you’re going to want this in your #TBR pile! And now, take a listen at what S. J. Kincaid has to say:

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