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Galentine’s Day Party Instructions

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by Janine Perez

If you’ve walked into any store lately, the aisles and aisles of red hearts and candy have probably clued you in to the fact that Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching. Yes, candy and the promise of romance is exciting and all, but what’s the most spectacular thing about this impending holiday? It means that Galentine’s Day […]

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Riveted Reads: Week of 2/6

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by The Riveted Team

Good morning! So Valentine’s Day is one week away, are you feeling romantic yet?  If you need some help getting into the V-day spirit, we’ve got you covered—now that it’s the second week of our Valentine’s Day reads, we’ve got SEVEN different romances for you to choose from! New for this week, try Amy & […]

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(Most of) Riveted Does Not Love Football

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by Keri Horan

Okay, not to play into stereotypes here, but I’m going to be honest. I don’t care about sports. At all. When I saw Titus wearing a generic “SPORTS” jersey in Kimmy Schmidt, I immediately googled it to see if it actually exists (not that I can find–if you have a link, please share). I need that […]

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Riveted Reads: Week of 1/30

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by The Riveted Team

Why, hello there, happy Monday! Looking for something to read, perhaps? In case you missed it, we’re getting into the Valentine’s Day spirit early and, well….this is a little awkward *blushes* but…will you be our Valentine?  If you already have plans, it’s totally ok, no pressure, but…well, we like you. Like… like like. So…just think […]

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Behind the Book

How The You I’ve Never Known Cover Came to Be

You I've Never Known
by The Riveted Team

Ellen Hopkins’s The You I’ve Never Known just went on sale yesterday (1/24) and there’s no doubt that it’s going to make a huge impact on everyone who reads it (we’re featuring an extended excerpt so definitely check it out). Ellen’s books have always been known for being hard-hitting and powerful and The You I’ve […]

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Riveted Reads: Week of 1/23

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by The Riveted Team

It’s the final week of our month of Ellen Hopkins! This week, we’re SO excited to be featuring an extended excerpt of Ellen’s newest YA novel, The You I’ve Never Known, available in stores tomorrow (1/24)! Ellen’s 13th YA novel, The You I’ve Never Known marks something new for Ellen — while it’s primarily written […]

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So, I’ve Become Captain Hook.

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by Keri Horan

As I was standing on a crowded subway train on my way home from work last week, I realized Captain Hook has been unfairly judged. Beside me, a child ran circles around his mother. The exhausted woman, like me, just wanted some peace and quiet. But no matter how many times she grabbed his arm and […]

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Meet the Editorial Board: Superlatives

Biggest Flirts
by Janine Perez

I loved reading Biggest Flirts by Jennifer Echol! It’s the perfect balance of sassy and funny, AND it’s a free read until January 30th (check it out if you haven’t yet). In Biggest Flirts, Tia just wants to have fun, while Will is looking for something more serious. Despite their obvious chemistry, Will moves on in […]

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Riveted Reads: Week of 1/16

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by The Riveted Team

Our month long celebration of New York Times bestselling author Ellen Hopkins is rolling along! This week, our featured Ellen title is Crank, Ellen’s powerful and heart-wrenching first novel, based in part on Ellen’s own daughter and her struggles with drug addiction. If you’re looking for something a little lighter, this week we’re also featuring […]

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New York City Locations in The Truth of Right Now

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by Catherine Hayden

I love books that take place in New York City, not just because I’m a lifelong New Yorker, but because inevitably, the city itself ends up feeling like a main character in the book. A living breathing character that brings it’s own personality and quirks to any story that takes place there. It’s like that in real life; […]

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