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Announcing the #WeAreHuman Riveted Readathon!

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by The Riveted Team

Today is National Coming Out Day and it couldn’t be a better time to announce the #WeAreHuman Riveted Readathon! In support of the Robot Army and the #WeAreHuman campaign, Simon Pulse and Riveted have teamed up with the It Gets Better Project to spread a message of awareness and acceptance in celebration of Simon Curtis’s […]

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NaNoWriMo

NaNoWriMo Series: Writing Tech

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by Keri Horan

Welcome to our fourth NaNo prep post! November is creeping up, but don’t worry. There’s still tons of time to plan if you’re a planner, or procrastinate if you’re a pantser. If you haven’t been following our NaNoWriMo series, you can learn more about what NaNo is here, find tips about setting up your workspace here, […]

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Author Guest Post

Jake Paul’s You Gotta Want It

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by Jake Paul

Jake Paul, the nineteen year old costar of the Disney Channel series Bizaardvark and a social media heartthrob (If you’re not already following him, join the millions that are on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and Snapchat: jakepaul1), has added a memoir to his list of accomplishments…and it’s available today! Wanna know more? Then you’re in luck […]

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Weekly Reads

Riveted Reads: Week of 10/10

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by The Riveted Team

This week on Riveted, we’re featuring a full read of Jennifer McGowan’s Maid of Secrets, the first book in her Maids of Honor series, and an extended excerpt of Kenneth Oppel’s newest YA novel, Every Hidden Thing. Last week’s reads are also still available: a full read of Jonathan Maberry’s Rot & Ruin, and extended […]

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Inspiration for The Diabolic

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by The Riveted Team

As of today, there are 25 days remaining until S. J. Kincaid’s The Diabolic (November 1) is available in stores and finds its way into the hands and hearts of readers everywhere (Although if you should happen to be at New York Comic Con this weekend, you just might be able to score an advance […]

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Cover Reveal: When Dimple Met Rishi

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by The Riveted Team

Sandhya Menon’s When Dimple Met Rishi may not be coming to bookstores until next summer (May 30, 2017, to be precise!) but the buzz has already begun. Originally revealed by Bustle yesterday and then again today on YA Book Central (who’s also running an ARC giveaway here, BTW) people are already excited about this book, […]

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9 Haunted Hotels IRL

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by Julie Jarema

In Suzanne Young’s Hotel for the Lost, Audrey Casella arrives for an unplanned stay at the Hotel Ruby, a grand, mysterious hotel full of secrets. It’s a great read for Halloween, be sure to read our extended excerpt if you haven’t had a chance yet! In the (spooky) spirit of Halloween, I’ve rounded up 9 […]

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Zombie Apocalypse Survival Checklist

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by Sarah Jane Abbott

The zombie apocalypse could hit at any time, but around Halloween, it always seems like it’s lurking right around the corner. You never know what kind of zombies you’re going to get (slow ones?  Quick ones?  How intelligent?), but it’s good to be prepared for anything.  Thanks to books like Rot & Ruin (which we […]

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Book List

17 Books to Read for National Hispanic Heritage Month

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by Janine Perez

Happy National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15th-October 15th)!! As a proud woman of Hispanic heritage, and a shameless book lover, I’m celebrating in my favorite way–through a book list! Whether you’re a first generation or sixth generation American; fully or partially Hispanic; or if you aren’t Hispanic at all and just want to appreciate the […]

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