10 Dashingly Good Books Set in England!

by Sam Benson

Three years ago, I got the chance of a lifetime: to spend ten months living in England. Ever since I was a kid, I’ve been obsessed with all things English. It started when I first read Harry Potter and only grew as I got older. As a teenager, I watched as much Doctor Who and […]

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5 Unforgettable Forbidden Romances

Forbidden Love
by Casey Nugent

Who doesn’t love a good love story? Two people brought together against all odds in a hectic world; best friends who realize, slowly, they were meant to be together forever; two paths intertwined by destiny…*sigh* I’m a sucker for them. But what I really love are love stories where people aren’t meant to be together, or […]

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8 Sci-Fi Books with LGBTQ Characters

by Jess Harold

I’m not afraid to admit when I’m wrong, even when it comes to books. For most of my life I have avoided sci-fi like the plague; I’m a fantasy girl, through and through. But it turns out the imagination it takes to tell stories about alien races or artificial intelligence is just as vast and […]

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Riveted eBoard’s Most Anticipated Books of 2017

by Janine Perez

As 2016 draws to a close, it’s time to look out into the mysterious future. What great YA reads await us in the mysterious and unknown land of 2017? The Riveted eBoard has put together a list of their most anticipated books! Take a look, and tell us in the comments if we missed the book […]

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8 YA Series that Need to be TV Shows

by Sarah McCabe

In the past year, some of my greatest book-to-TV adaptation wishes have been granted, from A Series of Unfortunate Events to His Dark Materials to The Mortal Instruments (speaking of which, Shadowhunters just premiered this past January on Freeform). You’d think at this point I’d be satisfied, right? Like, how much can I really ask for? Well, my […]

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Author Guest Post

5 Ways Unhooked Is a New Kind of Neverland

by Lisa Maxwell

I decided to write Unhooked because I thought it would be fun to write a pirate book, but I didn’t want to write a high-seas historical. After doing some digging, I came up with the idea of retelling Peter Pan, so I went and read the original Peter and Wendy. What I found really surprised me. […]

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