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Spring 2018 Cover Reveals: Day 3

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by The Riveted Team

It’s day three of our Spring 2018 cover reveals (#RivetedRevealSp18) and we’ve got just one more day to go! Still with us? First up for today, we’ve got a new novel from powerhouse author Margaret Peterson Haddix! Chances are good you’re familiar with Haddix: from her Shadow Children series to her Missing series to her […]

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Book News

Cover Reveal: The Nowhere Girls

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by The Riveted Team

So remember when we posted the cover reveal for This Mortal Coil last Tuesday and we said it was the last reveal? We lied. Not intentionally, of course—we’d never deliberately deceive you good readers of Riveted—but there always seems to be one more upcoming book waiting in the wings for it’s reveal moment. THIS one […]

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Author Guest Post

Amber Smith’s Writing Space

The Way I Used to Be
by Amber Smith

The New York Times Bestseller The Way I Used to Be by Amber Smith (available as an extended excerpt until March 20th), is an incredible story of trauma, love, relationships, and life. We at Riveted can’t get enough of the book or the brilliance that is Amber Smith. That’s why we wanted to get a deeper look into […]

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Reasons to Read

3 Reasons to Read The Way I Used to Be

The Way I Used to Be
by Jill Hacking

Over the past few years, rape culture has been highlighted and called out more and more in the media. It’s something that should demand awareness, and I’m glad to see it getting the attention it deserves. While books that deal with tough stuff have (thankfully) been around for a while, there has always been so much push back […]

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Author Guest Post

The Way I Used to Be Playlist

The Way I Used to Be
by Amber Smith

Amber Smith’s The Way I Used to Be is very much a must read! In the year it’s been out, it has received an overwhelming number of positive reviews. Here are just a few:   “This is a poignant book that realistically looks at the lasting effects of trauma on love, relationships, and life….Teens will […]

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Author Guest Post

Dear YA Me with Amber Smith

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by Amber Smith

Dear 17-year-old me, Well, here I am, coming to you from the year 2016! You’re doing the math. Yes, that means you’ve nearly doubled your years on this planet. I know, I know, it’s hard to believe (for me too). So, first things first. Please stop smoking—it’s really not cool at all, and it will […]

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