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6 Reasons to Read Tash Hearts Tolstoy!

by Casey Nugent

Now that the Riveted Summer of Love is in full swing, I think it’s safe to announce that I myself am in love…..with Kathryn Ormsbee’s Tash Hearts Tolstoy, my new favorite book! Tash Hearts Tolstoy was one of my most anticipated books of the season. I mean, the description sounded so fun: After a shout-out […]

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Author Guest Post

Sandhya Menon Q&A

by The Riveted Team

Our Summer of Love is rolling along! We hope you’ve had a chance to dig in to all of our great love-themed reads so far, particularly the extended excerpt of Sandhya Menon’s When Dimple Met Rishi! We’ve been talking a LOT about this much-buzzed book (which incidentally, recently added New York Times bestseller to its […]

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General

The Ultimate Summer Bookworm Bucket List

by Julie Jarema

Recreate your favorite book cover (and tag us!) Visit an independent bookstore Practice bibliomancy with the book nearest to you Write a short story about summer camp Create book spine poetry See how many books you can balance in the book stacking challenge Compete against your friends in The Unexpected Everything scavenger hunt Make a […]

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General

Reasons to Visit Italy

by Katy Hershberger

At the time of this posting, I am in Italy on a vacation I’ve been thinking about for years. So of course, I’ve been thinking about Jenna Evans Welch’s Love & Gelato, which says that people come to Italy for love and gelato. And while that may be true (I mean, gelato is a huge […]

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General

5 Love Stories That Defy Time

by Jill Hacking

There’s something so wonderfully hopeful about time-travel stories—there’s someone for everyone, whether it’s in the past or present. In Summer of Yesterday, Haley expects a boring summer vacation in Disney’s Fort Wilderness, a renovated long-abandoned water park. Instead she spends her summer not only 3 decades in the past but in the water park’s heyday as […]

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Author Guest Post

Traveling the World, One Page at a Time

by Amy Alward

There were still a few more metres to go to reach the top of the Villaricca volcano in Pucon, Chile, but I was done. Four hours of climbing straight up over loose rock, snow and glacier ice had knackered my muscles; altitude and sulphurous air made it hard to breathe; and I was carrying a […]

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News You Need

Cover Reveal: American Panda

by The Riveted Team

Last week might have been our official week of Spring 2018 cover reveals but today we have another one for you! As we’ve mentioned before, there’re ALWAYS new and exciting covers coming from our fabulous art department and we’re always excited to share them with you. In case you missed it, yesterday Bustle revealed the cover […]

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Q&A

Quickfire Q&A with Philippa Gregory

by The Riveted Team

Philippa Gregory’s written MANY a bestselling novel and been proclaimed “the queen of royal fiction” by USA Today. You might be familiar with The Other Boleyn Girl which has been adapted into a movie, or perhaps with The White Queen, the inspiration for the critically acclaimed miniseries now airing on Starz. But what many people […]

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Sweepstakes

Summer of Love Prize Pack Giveaway!

by The Riveted Team

Earlier this week, we kicked off our Riveted Summer with the Summer of Love! We’re featuring six of our favorite books about love, three extended excerpts and three full reads, and we’re going to be ALL about love for the next two weeks: we’ve got booklists, playlists, great author content, and a lot more still to come! It’s […]

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Bookish Playlist

Tash Hearts Tolstoy Playlist

by Kathryn Ormsbee

Confession: I am a book playlist nerd. I’ve been a music nut since I was a teenager, and it’s playlists that get me through all my nitty gritty manuscript revisions. Further Confession: Playlists are my ultimate procrastination tool. Because some days, instead of rewriting 10K of text, I really just need to arrange every song […]

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