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The Diabolic: Weapon of Choice

by The Riveted Team

Only 18 DAYS left until The Diabolic (November 1)! ICYMI, we’ve been posting about The Diabolic every Friday for a while now: videos from author S.J. Kincaid on her inspiration for the book and for the main character Nemesis, the animated cover .GIF and trailer, 5 Things You Didn’t Know About S. J. Kincaid, and […]

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Author Guest Post

Sneak Peek: The Education of Margot Sanchez

by Lilliam Rivera

Hispanic Heritage month comes to an end this weekend but before it does, we wanted to give you a sneak peek at a debut YA novel coming next February that you’ll definitely be talking about for Hispanic Heritage Month 2017! Lilliam Rivera’s The Education of Margot Sanchez, described as “Pretty in Pink comes to the […]

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Book List

The Definitive Carl and Judith Grimes Reading List

by Aubrey Churchward

As bookworms, we often escape the realities of our lives by diving into the worlds of the books we read. So imagine if your reality is fighting the undead, staving off enemies, trying to keep yourself alive with food and shelter, and dealing with a father who is going slightly off the deep end (c’mon Rick, get […]

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Is Your House SERIOUSLY Haunted?

by Isa Caban

Stories about haunted houses seem to never go out of style. From M. Verano’s Diary of a Haunting to American Horror Story: My Roanoke Nightmare, audiences can’t seem to get enough of narratives where strange occurrences and evil spirits disrupt a happy home. But haunted houses aren’t just found in books, television, and film; they exist in […]

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Author Guest Post

Happy National Fossil Day!

by Kenneth Oppel

Yes, it’s that magical day of the year that you’ve surely been counting down to……National Fossil Day™! Founded by the National Park Service, National Fossil Day™ is “intended to promote public awareness and stewardship of fossils, as well as to foster a greater appreciation of their scientific and educational value” (Learn more at nature.nps.gov/geology/nationalfossilday) Why are […]

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Five Reasons We Love Ashes

by Keri Horan

If you ask Laurie Halse Anderson which of her books has been most highly anticipated, there’s no doubt she’ll tell you the answer is Ashes. The third book in her middle grade historical fiction series, Ashes was published just this past week–after an eight year gap between the first book in the series, Chains. If you […]

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Announcing the #WeAreHuman Riveted Readathon!

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

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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