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How to Write a Novel in 6 Easy Steps

by Emma Chastain

I’ve wanted to write a book since I was in first grade, but for three and a half decades, I didn’t. Below, I’ve listed the six things that helped me finally get off my butt and do it. I’m an internet-addicted lazybones, and the tactics I used might not be relevant for more organized, motivated […]

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The Unexpected Everything Giveaway!

by The Riveted Team

If there’s one thing we love more than diving into an incredible summer read, it’s doing it with exclusive swag by our sides! That’s why we want to share the love for our favorite new paperback, The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson. All this week, enter for your chance to win a copy of the […]

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Book News

Exciting News for Shadowhunter Book Lovers!

by The Riveted Team

So you’ve probably heard already that as of last week, Cassandra Clare’s beloved City of Bones is ten years old, right? And you’ve probably seen that we’re currently featuring it as a free read here on Riveted until April 10, right? What you may NOT have known though is……there is a super special 10th ANNIVERSARY […]

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Book News

The Michael Vey Commercial Contest

by The Riveted Team

This fall, fans worldwide will be devastated when Richard Paul Evans’ bestselling Michael Vey series comes to an end with the as-yet-unnamed seventh and final book in the series. During the peak of dystopian YA, Evans observed that the genre was flooded with dark and hostile themes and set out to write a series focused […]

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Author Guest Post

Jenn Bennett on Romancing the Silver Screen

by Jenn Bennett

Like every good modern couple, my husband and I met online. We weren’t looking for romance. It was sheer accident that we even began talking. We made each other laugh and argued about music, but it was our mutual love of film that actually brought us together. We both had strong opinions (I loved Amélie, […]

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eBook Deals

Get a Spring BREAK on These 12 Great YA eBooks!

by The Riveted Team

We love keeping you supplied with great YA to read (YA fiction is our addiction, after all), both on AND off Riveted. This week, we’ve got an especially good variety of options for your reading pleasure, but we know you’ll need some things to read when you’re forced to go outside, stuck on public transportation, or […]

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16 Essential Literary Maps for Bookworms

by Julie Jarema

Whenever I crack open a book and find a map, I know I’m in for an adventure. Plus, maps in books are incredibly helpful since they lay out fictional, imaginary worlds in a way that makes the story clearer for directionally-challenged people like me. I can’t read a real map to save my life, but in books, […]

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Featured Reads: Week of 4/3

by The Riveted Team

Happy Monday! This week on Riveted, whatever you’re in the mood—romance, contemporary, fantasy, sci-fi—we’ve got you covered! First up, we’re featuring an extended excerpt of Alex, Approximately, the new YA novel from Jenn Bennett on sale tomorrow (4/4)! In this teen spin on You’ve Got Mail, Bailey Rydell comes to realize that the one guy […]

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6 Reasons We Love City of Bones

by Sam Benson

In honor of the release of the City of Bones 10th Anniversary Edition, we’ve all been sharing our favorite parts of City of Bones around the office. The conversations have been really great, so I’ve decided to compile a list to share with you guys! 1. The World The world of the Shadowhunters is one […]

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Book List

6 Dystopian Worlds That Pull from Reality

by Sam Benson

The dystopian books I’ve always found the most interesting (read: scary) are the ones that take things that really happened in the past or are happening now, and use them as inspiration for their crumbling society. I get this overwhelming feeling that it could happen because so much is based in reality, and that makes it all […]

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