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Theater People are the WORST.

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by Keri Horan

They have no redeeming qualities, really. First of all, they aren’t the least bit attractive. And they definitely can’t do amazing, super-hero-like things. They’re not uplifting, encouraging, or inspiring. At. All. And they’re not top-notch athletes either. They aren’t insanely talented. They might as well just go home. Because they aren’t some of the most accepting […]

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Book News

Cover Reveal: Love & Luck

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by The Riveted Team

Last week, we revealed the covers for Bad Girls with Perfect Faces and Buffy the Vampire Slayer 20 Years of Slaying: The Watcher’s Guide and we still have TWO more Fall 17 titles to reveal this week! Before we get to today’s reveal, here’s a bit of backstory: Perhaps you were among the many readers […]

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Featured Reads: Week of 3/13

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by The Riveted Team

Happy Monday! It’s the start of a new week and that means new featured reads! First, we’ve got an extended excerpt of debut author Jennifer Park’s The Shadows We Know By Heart, about a girl whose complicated family life starts to unravel after she finds herself falling for a mysterious boy who lives in the forest behind […]

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Reasons to Read

3 Reasons to Read The Way I Used to Be

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by Jill Hacking

Over the past few years, rape culture has been highlighted and called out more and more in the media. It’s something that should demand awareness, and I’m glad to see it getting the attention it deserves. While books that deal with tough stuff have (thankfully) been around for a while, there has always been so much push back […]

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Cover Reveal: Bad Girls with Perfect Faces

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by The Riveted Team

We’ve got another cover reveal for you! Truth be told, we actually have several coming up over the next few days and each one is amazing and exciting in its own right so definitely stay tuned! For today’s reveal, we’re excited to show off the latest from bestselling author Lynn Weingarten. Back in 2015, Weingarten […]

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10 YA Books Featuring Strong Female Characters

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by Gabriella Abbate

In honor of International Women’s Day, I wanted to share with you some of my most beloved female characters from YA. After all, some of my favorite female role models are fictional. These ladies are strong, independent, and generally sarcastic (it’s no fun if they aren’t sassy, right?). Oh, and they’re basically all badasses. What […]

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Questionable Titles That Really Exist, Part 2

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by Julie Jarema

Ever since I posted my last roundup of books with ridiculous amazing titles, I’ve been alerted to the fact that so many more genius ones exist.  I’ve even read a few of these, and I’d like to get my hands on more. Are you loving this list? Have I missed your favorite strange title? Do you have […]

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Craziest Promposal Stories

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by Jill Hacking

This Saturday, March 11th, is National Promposal Day (Yes, it’s a real thing)! To celebrate, we’re featuring Promposal by Rhonda Helms as a free read now through March 20th! Pulling out all the stops to ask your crush to the dance makes for a really great story, but it’s also pretty familiar to me. I don’t […]

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