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6 Reasons to Read Dangerous Girls

by Sam Benson

I first read Dangerous Girls by Abigail Haas when it was first released in 2013 and the story has stuck with me since then. It might be in part because I have a minor fear of being accused for a crime I didn’t commit (ok, no seriously this is a major fear of mine), but […]

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9 Haunting & Mysterious Disappearances

by Julie Jarema

In A Void the Size of the World, Abby runs away into the woods behind her house and disappears. I’ve never been worried about going missing, but this book definitely left new thoughts and fears lingering on in my mind. In an effort to deal with this continuing paranoia, I fell down an internet rabbit […]

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5 Reasons To Read One Cut

by Casey Nugent

On May 22nd, 1995, sixteen-year-old Jimmy Farris and seventeen-year-old Mike McLoren were hanging out outside Mike’s backyard fort, when four boys hopped a fence and approached them. Within minutes a fight broke out — during which both Jimmy and Mike were stabbed, with Jimmy eventually dying of his wounds. The four boys who hopped the […]

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Riveted Summer Reads: Summer of Consequences

by The Riveted Team

Happy Monday! As our Riveted Summer rolls along, we hope YOU’RE having a great summer! We just wrapped up The Summer of Deception and what else could possibly follow up all that deception than consequences! Justice always prevails, the good guys win in the end, and for every action, there is an equal and opposite […]

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Don’t Mess with The Timeline!

by Sam Benson

Time can be a tricky thing. So often we see characters traveling through time and creating alternate realities only for it to end poorly. Take Jonathan in In a World Just Right by Jen Brooks: Sometimes high school senior Jonathan Aubrey wishes he could just disappear. And as luck—or fate—would have it, he can. Ever […]

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40 Thoughts I Had While Watching “Younger”

by Keri Horan

I just need to take a minute to make sure we’re all on the same page about something. Younger is the #1 guilty pleasure show on TV, right? Season 3 just came out, and I’ll admit that I’m a little behind. But I’m on the bandwagon now and that’s what counts! If you aren’t already […]

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Witness Pro-fection!

by Diego Molano Rodriguez

We’ve all been there, right? One day, you’re kickin’ it in the big city, enjoying life as the big cheese, and then BAM—you witness a vicious murder and are forced into witness protection in a town far, far away. It’s happened to me two or three times already so I was delighted to fine that […]

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10 Amazing YA Listens

by The Riveted Team

If you’re in need of an audiobook fix, you certainly can’t go wrong with a Shadowhunter novel. Aside from being great reads in general, Cassandra Clare’s Shadowhunter novel audiobooks all feature amazing narrators! James Marsters—of Buffy the Vampire Slayer fame—was the most recent narrator for Lord of Shadows, but earlier Shadowhunter audiobooks feature the likes […]

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5 Theatrical Mysteries

by Julie Jarema

Girl About Town is a sparkling mystery with plenty of darkness lurking beneath the surface. Lulu’s glamorous new Hollywood life is a reward for her keeping her mouth shut about a Mafia murder she witnessed back in New York. After a series of entanglements and a bit of romance, Lulu finds herself on the run […]

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Behind the Book: Such a Good Girl

by Amanda Morgan

“It’s almost like being good is the perfect alibi for being bad.” – Riley Stone, Such a Good Girl First of all, I want to say this: I am so incredibly lucky to be able to write a character like Riley. A smart, complicated character who is able to make complicated decisions and have a […]

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