Reasons to Read

6 Reasons to Read Long Way Down

by Sarah Jane Abbott

A new book by Jason Reynolds is always exciting—it’s well established that he’s up there with our favorite authors. So when I heard that he had a new novel coming out—in verse—I knew that I had to get my hands on it immediately. Long Way Down is about fifteen-year-old Will, whose brother Shawn has just been […]

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10 Reasons Why Clary Fray is AMAZING

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by Jill Hacking

I am so SO excited about the City of Bones Tenth Anniversary Edition for a lot of reasons (have you seen the cover?!), but one of the top being that Clary is back! Clary definitely has earned her place among the most amazing YA Heroines. To celebrate the 10th Anniversary release, here are 10 reasons […]

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Book List

The Creepiest Literary Places You Can Actually Visit

by Keri Horan

There are few things I enjoy more than a good ghost tour. I love the combination of historical fact and creep-factor. But it’s not always easy to find a good ghost tour (and the bad ones…are REALLY bad), which is why I’ve started exploring some of the creepiest literary places from of my favorite stories […]

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Riveted Reads: Week of 10/16

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by The Riveted Team

Happy Monday! This week, we’re offering you extended excerpts of some of our biggest and most anticipated books of the fall! Start reading Long Way Down, Strange Lies, The Nowhere Girls, Last Star Burning, Strange Fire, and An Enchantment of Ravens right now! Plus, all this month, our full reads will be spooky, creepy, and paranormal books that will get […]

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9 Haunted Hotels to Booo-k a Room At Right Now

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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.  In the (spooky) spirit of Halloween, I’ve rounded up 9 eerie hotels where you can spend the night…if you dare. 1. Stanley Hotel (Estes Park, CO)  Paranormal activity has been […]

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25+ Notebooks Every Bookish Person Must Have

by Casey Nugent

As a child I owned approximately 900 different notebooks. Every single time my mother took me to the bookstore, she’d try to talk me out of buying a new notebook — I had so many at home at I hadn’t filled (I was a terrible diarist), and I mostly wrote on the family computer in […]

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Book News

Summer 2018 Cover Reveals!

by The Riveted Team

IT’S COVER REVEALS WEEK!!!!!!!!!!! See below for our 2018 cover reveals! COVER REVEALS DAY 1 All That I Can Fix by Crystal Chan In Makersville, Indiana, people know all about Ronney—he’s from that mixed-race family with the dad who tried to kill himself, the pill-popping mom, and the genius kid sister. If having a family […]

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8 Collector Editions You Need In Your Life

by Sam Benson

There is nothing better than a beautiful shelfie, and you know what makes some so awesome? Exclusive collector’s editions! From awesome anniversary editions to beautiful new books, there are so many to make your shelf gorgeous! Plus, a lot have bonus content you can’t get anywhere else. Take a minute to feast your eyes on […]

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