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Book List

17 Books to Bring to the Beach

by Jess Harold

Summer days are best spent at the beach. Maybe you’re lounging at an all-inclusive resort sipping on fresh coconut water; or you could just be down at the local pool. But no matter how glamorous the location, the one thing you need for a great day at the beach is an amazing book. There’s so […]

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13 Books That Will Make You Laugh

by The Riveted Team

What’s not to love about a book that makes you laugh? When we’re not binging sitcoms online or re-watching our favorite rom coms, you can find us with our nose in a book full of good hearted humor. Whether it’s the relatable awkward years a main character has to suffer through, or the funny antics […]

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7 Books to Read if You Like RuPaul’s Drag Race

by Lili Feinberg

Shantay you stay, and read some books while you’re here! The queens of RuPaul’s Drag Race give us never-ending drama, shade, and gags. We’ve matched some of our favorite reads with the best contestants Mama Ru’s runway has to offer. Whether they are serving looks, spilling tea, or having a kiki, these characters and stories […]

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Modern Romances To Read If You Love the Bachelorette

by Nicole Benevento

When it comes to guilty pleasures, there is no television show that gets it right quite like The Bachelor.  The positives?  The Bachelor franchise has three seasons each year, The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, and Bachelor in Paradise to keep us occupied by the drama all year round!  The negatives? It’s only on Monday nights! So […]

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Covers That Give Us Heart Eyes

by Nicole Fiorica

We’ve been told since we were kids that we shouldn’t judge books by their covers. And maybe that’s true. But I’m the sort of book lover who drags my begrudging friends through a bookstore just so I can pick up my favorite book (that I already own) and shove the cover into their faces and […]

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20 Important Books That Address Mental Health Topics

by Casey Nugent

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and as society grows in its understanding of mental illnesses, their effects, and their treatments, we’re seeing more and more YA narratives that address these topics. There are many compelling, well-written narratives that focus on mental illness or otherwise feature teen characters struggling with and coming to terms with […]

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