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11 Books to Keep Romance Alive All Year Long

by Amy Beaudoin

February (the all-too-short month of love) has officially come to an end, which means it’s now impossible to find chocolate in the shape of a heart and love ISN’T everywhere you turn! Some people are excited to see an end to all the lovey-dovey things, but if you’re like me, there’s always at least a little bit […]

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Book List

12 Great Reads for Black History Month and Beyond!

by Jess Harold

Happy Black History Month! While it’s the shortest month of year, I still make it a point to celebrate and learn something new about my culture and heritage. Today’s Fact: Despite avid participation in the National American Woman Suffrage Association, and her persistence in the fight for the right to vote, Ida B. Wells was […]

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Author Guest Post

Behind the Book: The Beast is an Animal

by Peternelle van Arsdale

I didn’t write The Beast is an Animal. At least, it didn’t feel like writing: It felt like evolution. Writing the prologue was the spark that started it all. After that the novel grew and morphed and became what it was supposed to be—an animal that I couldn’t have envisioned, but nonetheless makes complete sense. […]

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Reasons to Read

5 Reasons to Go Read Caraval Right Now

by Jill Hacking

Get ready to drop everything because there is a book you need to read right now, and it’s called Caraval by Stephanie Garber. Here’s why: 1. A Magical Contest I am a total sucker for any mysterious game/contest/heist scenario, and Caraval totally nails it. I haven’t been so absorbed in a magical atmosphere since The Night Circus, but […]

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Author Guest Post

Behind the Book: The Education of Margot Sanchez

by Lilliam Rivera

Lilliam Rivera’s The Education of Margot Sanchez is a bold and romantic coming-of-age novel about dysfunctional families, good and bad choices, and finding the courage to question everything you ever thought you wanted (be sure to read the extended excerpt —available until March 6th—as well as this perfectly paired playlist!) The idea of gentrification (defined […]

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Riveted Reads: Week of 2/27

by The Riveted Team

Happy Monday once again! I don’t know about you but we’ve just about had our fill of romance for the moment and with February coming to an end, our Valentine’s romances on Riveted are finished as well! Well, that’s not entirely true….we’re not featuring any NEW romances this week but you DO still have one […]

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Book List

Five Books For Mardi Gras

by Keri Horan

I’ve been lucky enough to travel around the United States quite a bit, but there’s one place that’s high on my list that I just haven’t managed to get to yet, and that’s New Orleans. That’s why I waste no time in reading TONS of books set in the Big Easy.I figure if I can’t enjoy Mardi […]

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General

What Was Your Worst Summer Job?

by Jess Harold

One rite of passage I missed was having a crappy summer job. Every May-August from high school through college was an exciting experience, whether I was working at an Argentine coffee/artisanal gelato shop (that now sells pints of their organic goodness for delivery!!) or a French bistro, I always enjoyed what I was doing. However, one […]

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Sweepstakes

Riveted Swag Sweepstakes

by The Riveted Team

Here at Riveted, we love mugs. As far as we’re concerned, there are no mugs too big or too small, and—much like Pokémon—we are intent on catching collecting them all! For example, here’s a sampling of some of the mugs from just one person’s office: Our favorite mug, though?  Definitely THIS ONE. We’re also BIG […]

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Author Guest Post

The Education of Margot Sanchez Playlist

by Lilliam Rivera

Lilliam Rivera’s debut novel The Education of Margot Sanchez may have just hit stores everywhere this week but authors and reviewers have been raving about it for months! Here’s a sample of some of the great quotes it’s garnered: _________________ “Introducing Lilliam Rivera, one of the most unique and exciting new voices in YA. The Education […]

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