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Stationery Gift Guide

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by Keri Horan

The age old question: For me, the answer is very simple: stationery. I probably have ten notebooks at home that I love so much l don’t want to write in them. If you’re a book lover, odds are you share my passion. That’s why I’ve created a roundup of some of my absolute favorite stationery […]

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The Definitive Harry Potter Gift Guide

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by Keri Horan

A trip to Diagon Alley might not be in the cards for you this year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t give gifts as magical as what you’d find in Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes. Here’s a roundup of our favorite Harry Potter inspired swag for all the witches and wizards in your life. An Audible subscription […]

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Nerdy Holiday DIY for Stressed-Out Students

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by Julie Jarema

It’s that time of year again…FINALS! That miserable time in the semester shouldn’t put a damper on your holiday spirit, though. I’ve put together a list below of nerdy holiday crafts and DIY projects to help you procrastinate between writing papers and cramming for exams. Final(s) Snowfall – Recycle those notes and old papers that […]

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Sherlock Lover Gift Guide

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by Sarah Jane Abbott

This holiday season, if there are people on your list who are completely and utterly “SHER-locked,” look no further than this gift guide for the BBC Sherlock lover.  To my friends and family: take note. Sherlock cutting board Because cutting veggies and stuff is so much better on top of Sherlock’s beautiful face. SHER Locked […]

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Gift Guide: Books to Get Your Family Members

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by Janine Perez

Picking out gifts for the holidays is one of my least favorite things. Sure, sometimes gifts just jump out at me as perfect, but more often than not, I’m left scrambling and hoping that something good will occur to me before it’s too late. Though a good book can go a long way, I find […]

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Unusual Names from YA Lit

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by Sarah Jane Abbott

People used to look to celebrities for unusual and amusing baby names (my personal favorite, magician Penn Gilette’s daughter’s name, Moxie CrimeFighter). But here at Riveted, we say you need to look no further than the books on your shelf.  YA literature provides us with names to rival the creativity of any celebrity parent. Here, […]

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12 Days of Reading: Day 12!

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by The Riveted Team

Today is December 12th. That means it’s the last day of our 12 Days of Reading! Still, don’t forget that though the reveals are over, you will have until December 31st to read them all! For our final book, we’ve got an oldie but a goodie—Thirst by Christopher Pike! Thirst was a New York Times Bestseller […]

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12 Days of Reading: Day 11!

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by The Riveted Team

It’s Day 11 of the 12 Days of Reading! That means this is the second to last book we’re going to reveal, but don’t fret, because we’ve saved some of the best for last. Today’s book is The Demon’s Lexicon by Sarah Rees Brennan! Nick’s family has been on the run from magicians his whole life. […]

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12 Days of reading: Day 10!

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by The Riveted Team

Day 10 of the 12 Days of Reading is a day of different. Our book today is The First Part Last by Angela Johnson. It’s available to read until December 31st, but don’t wait until the last minute to give this book a chance! Bobby is your classic urban teenaged boy — impulsive, eager, restless. On his […]

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RIP Vine

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by Catherine Hayden

Since 2016 is determined to destroy everything we love, Twitter announced a few months ago that it would be shutting down it’s popular video looping app, Vine. No longer will we able to share 6 second videos of our friends, families and hilarious pets. No longer can we watch brilliant internet comedians make cinematic masterpieces […]

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