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Shakespeare According to Tumblr

by Julie Jarema

Do you find it difficult to relate to life according to a 16th century English playwright? Never traded places with your twin brother just to mess with the entire town? Never been so blind to reality that you actually went blind? Never acted a little crazy after your uncle tried to poison you and then […]

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Featured Reads: Week of 5/8

by The Riveted Team

Happy Monday! With the reads we have lined up for this week, we just KNOW you’re going to discover something you’ll love! Let’s begin with the extended excerpt of Kyra Leigh’s Reaper, which will be available in bookstores everywhere tomorrow (May 9)! What would you give up if a life hung in the balance? When sixteen-year-old Rosie […]

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The Lord of Shadows Commercial

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by The Riveted Team

If you’re anything like us, you have been EAGERLY awaiting the release of Lord of Shadows. Maybe you finished reading Lady Midnight and immediately began thinking, “WHEN IS THE NEXT ONE COMING!”…or maybe that was just us (but we doubt it). It’s safe to say that we’ve all been eagerly counting down the days until the […]

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Signed Great American Whatever Giveaway!

by The Riveted Team

It’s no secret that we here at Riveted think that Time Federle is a true gem. We’ve made posts about how hilarious he is and how amazing people think his books are. We’ve even offered The Great American Whatever as an extended excerpt until May 8th in honor of its release in paperback because we love […]

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Tarot Trouble

by Diego Molano Rodriguez

A few days ago, I found myself exploring the bowels of our stockroom, when I came upon a forgotten promo item – Shadowhunter’s Tarot Cards! The tarot is the basis for every major card game in the world. It is comprised of 56 minor arcana (similar to the 52 cards in your typical Bicycle deck, […]

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Bookish DIY

Hats off to Lara Jean

by Julie Jarema

Between homework, college applications, volunteering at the nursing home, boy drama, baking the perfect chocolate chip cookie, and the usual senior year shenanigans, who has time to craft up a DIY graduation cap? Lara Jean, of course. She makes sure to add a special touch to her cap before she marches across the stage and […]

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Bookstagram: The Stay at Home Mom’s Sanctuary

by Jessica Willis

Jessica Willis, bookstagrammer at @yetstillshereads and literary candle entrepreneur of NoxToLumosCandleCo., shared with us this guest post about the impact discovering bookstagram has had in her life. If you’re a bookstagrammer or blogger, or if YA books have touched your life in some way, let us know, we’d love to feature a future post about […]

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