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“To us, The Program is forever”

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by Suzanne Young

I started writing The Program at the end of 2010, and it hit stores nearly two years later. When I first subbed it for publication, it was a stand-alone novel—the ending a moment where Sloane crushes the orange pill on the porch, and she and James drive off, never to think of the past again. […]

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Trailer for The Adjustment!

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by Suzanne Young

It’s day two of Suzanne Young Week here on Riveted! When Suzanne isn’t writing New York Times bestselling books, she can be found inside of a high school classroom teaching English. Perhaps to no surprise, her day job and her night job often overlap. In honor of The Adjustment going on sale today (4/18), we’re […]

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Behind the Book: Beneath the Shine

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by Sarah Fine

Do you guys have a movie? You know, that movie. The movie of your childhood, or of your adolescence, the one for which you know every single line, every beat, every moment? As I was growing up, I didn’t watch a huge amount of television. We didn’t have cable, and I’m old enough for that […]

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Nicole Castroman’s Favorite Pirates of Fiction!

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by Nicole Castroman

There is something timeless and romantic about piratical behavior in fiction. Who were these men and women leading a lawless life, stealing from the rich and sailing the open seas? Pirates were outlaws, the bad guys. They created a crisis in world trade during the Golden Age of Piracy by capturing and plundering more than 2,400 ships on […]

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Q&A with Alex, Approximately author Jenn Bennett

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by Andi Soule

Hi all! I’m Andi from Andi’s ABCs. I’ve been running my blog since January of 2013 as a way to share my love of accessories, books and clothes. I focus mostly on young adult books with a few new adult and adult romances mixed in. On occasion you will come across a clothing or accessory […]

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The Quiet Power of Books

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by Deb Caletti

Essential Maps for the Lost is about Madison Murray, who takes a swim one morning in a lake and collides with a woman’s dead body in the water. The woman, who leapt from a Seattle bridge, was the mother of Billy Youngwolf Floyd, and as Billy and Mads’ lives begin to intertwine, we discover their […]

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How to Write a Novel in 6 Easy Steps

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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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Jenn Bennett on Romancing the Silver Screen

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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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