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Riveted Reads: Week of 9/12

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by The Riveted Team

This week on Riveted, enjoy a full read of Dawn Ius’s Anne & Henry, an extended excerpt of her newest novel Overdrive (on sale tomorrow, September 13!), and an extended excerpt of Brendan Kiely’s Last True Love Story (Also on sale tomorrow, September 13) Plus, there’s still one more week to read last week’s selections, […]

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Everybody’s Talking About Cherry by Lindsey Rosin!

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by Tara Grieco

Cherry came out on August 16th and since then, we’ve been hearing about it from SO many corners of the internet… The Skimm—the only people we like to hear from before we have our morning coffee— featured it as a Skimm Read: Our favorite Buffy the Vampire Slayer star tweeted about it the day after its […]

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Riveted Reads: Week of 9/5

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by The Riveted Team

This week on Riveted, your reading selections are Inexcusable by Chris Lynch, Sometimes We Tell the Truth by Kim Zarins, and Suicide Notes from Beautiful Girls by Lynn Weingarten. Plus, last week’s titles are still available for one more week: Play Me Backwards and Just Kill Me by Adam Selzer, Tell Me Something Real by […]

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Books to Remember Gene Wilder

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by Janine Perez

Gene Wilder passed away earlier this week but though he may be gone, he will never be forgotten. As the man who played Willy Wonka and a slew of other memorable characters, he will live on in the hearts of millions for years to come. Still, that doesn’t make his passing any easier; it certainly […]

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60 Days Until THE DIABOLIC!

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by The Riveted Team

We absolutely LOVE S. J. Kincaid’s The Diabolic and we’re pretty confident you will too!  So much so that we’re going to be talking about The Diabolic A LOT. Every week until it’s on sale, in fact (And likely long after too!) With just 60 days until The Diabolic lands in bookstores everywhere, we thought […]

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Why Aren’t There More Girl Squads in YA?

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by Isa Caban

September 1st marks the start of International Women’s Friendship Month and today, I am reminded that nothing makes my heart happier than to see women rally around one another.Growing up, I’ll admit I didn’t have a ton of friends who were girls. It wasn’t because I was one of those girls who swore off having […]

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The List of Twists That Could Have Happened!

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by Janine Perez

I consider my overactive imagination my greatest quality! Sure, sometimes it gets me into trouble—like when my mom doesn’t answer my phone call right away and I immediately think she’s lost in a ditch somewhere without her glasses and with no way of getting home. But most of the time, it provides me with hours […]

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