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My Predictions: The Rattled Bones

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by Jill Hacking

Guess who’s back and ready to spoil another book with her powers of prediction? Me, obvs. Honestly, I’m getting so good at it that I don’t even have to read books anymore. Well ok, I still do, but it’s just to prove that I’m right. Or *ahem* ok…so maybe I wasn’t exactly right last time…but […]

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The Different Rules of Magic

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by Casey Nugent

So far I am loving Riveted’s Summer of Supernatural! We’re spending these two weeks celebrating everything mystical, mysterious, or unexplainable with some great free reads and extended excerpts (check them out here!) One of my favorite things about the different supernatural worlds that these books inhabit is that they all work on their own set […]

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7 Cryptids We Secretly Believe are Real

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by Casey Nugent

Samantha Berger, the protagonist of Sasquatch, Love, and Other Imaginary Things finds her parents completely embarrassing. But her parents aren’t the usual brand of whipping-out-the-baby-photos-to-boyfriends humiliating — they’re Bigfoot hunters who spend most of their weeks trekking through the wilds of Ohio in search of the illusive Sasquatch. To make matters even more blush-inducing for […]

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Join the Shadowhunters!

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by The Riveted Team

If you haven’t joined the Shadowhunters yet, you’re missing out! Through her Mortal Instruments, Infernal Devices, and Dark Artifices series, Cassandra Clare has created an enthralling and all-consuming world that millions of readers have jumped right into (the Riveted Team included). In her latest book from the Dark Artifices series, Lord of Shadows, we learn […]

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6 Awesome Pride and Prejudice Retellings

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by Jill Hacking

My love for Jane Austen’s classic Pride & Prejudice goes back a long way. I was one of those gangly, awkward preteens who had actual fancy-dress, big-hat, cucumber-sandwhich viewing parties for the 5 hour A&E mini series adaptation of Pride and Prejudice (yes, on 6 VHS tapes). One of my final papers in college discussed […]

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SAT Horror Stories

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by Danielle Finnegan

The rules of the SAT’s change every few years, sections of the test come and go, and vocabulary words are never the same. However, the pressures surrounding the dreaded SATs will always come with hilarious but cringe-worthy stories! The Odds of Lightning takes place over one night—the night before the SATs, during a wild thunderstorm that […]

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New York City in 1902

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by Casey Nugent

In The Last Magician, Esta is tasked with traveling into the past to help steal a magical book and keep it from being destroyed. Esta lives in the modern day, but the book she’s stealing is in 1902. When she arrives, New York City is way different than her version of it — for one […]

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Bad Dating Stories

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by Danielle Finnegan

Everyone has a bad dating story or two (unless you’re one of the lucky ones). Harper Anderson from Little Black Dresses, Little White Lies by Laura Stampler, is one of the lucky ones. She doesn’t have any dating drama to write about. Instead, she uses her best friend’s dating stories in her application essay for the […]

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