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5 Reasons to Read After the Game

by Sam Benson

Guys, I’m so excited because the third book in the Field Party series, After the Game, is finally here! I’m such a big Abbi Glines fan that I knew even before opening this book that I would love it. Still, I was blown away by how much I fell in love with this story and […]

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6 Magical Alchemists

by Julie Jarema

The Dark Library is full of secret books on alchemy and ancient remedies, including the Elixir of Life. This becomes vital for Victor Frankenstein when his twin brother Konrad falls ill. When doctors prove to be unsatisfactory, Victor takes it upon himself to risk his own life as he embarks on a quest to create […]

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Why I Don’t Believe in Soulmates

by Jess Harold

As a new Shadowhunter convert, I had over ten years of catching up to do on all the amazing books Cassandra Clare has given us. So when I finally got to Lady Midnight, I really sympathized with Emma’s struggle to keep her romantic feelings at bay for her parabatai, Julian. But there were a few reasons not to […]

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A Glossary of Zombie Nicknames

by Sarah Jane Abbott

If the zombie apocalypse hits, you’ll need to know what to call the undead creatures that have taken over your neighborhood. You wouldn’t want to be the clueless person running around shouting, “Please, someone help me, there’s a…thing…after me!”  To that end, here is a helpful glossary of the wide range of zombie monikers used […]

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Like The Vampire Diaries? Try This!

by Jill Hacking

Like This? Try this! Why? First of all, both of these intoxicating sagas come from the same genius mind: L. J. Smith. The TV show Vampire Diaries is based on her book series of the same name. One thing I love about TVD is that there are so many storylines going on, and I’m invested […]

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My Predictions: The Rattled Bones

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

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

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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