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Behind the Book: The Potion Diaries

by Amy Alward

If you haven’t read The Potion Diaries by Amy Alward, you should. It’s kind of amazing (it’s also a free read until June 19th so you should get on it ASAP). The first time I read it I couldn’t stop talking about it! It reads like a fairy tale that’s fun, magical, and full of adventure, […]

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A Day in the Life of Sandhya Menon

by Sandhya Menon

A Day in the Life of Sandhya Menon: 8 AM: Awake. Puppy’s staring at me. Better let him out of kennel before Puppy Dog Eyes slay me to ribbons. 9 AM: Ivories have been brushed. Tea and/or coffee has been made. PJs have been traded for comfy jeans.  9:30 AM: Stare at Twitter. Write something […]

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Behind the Book: In a Perfect World

by Trish Doller

All of my novels have had different origins. Something Like Normal began with the voice of a Marine who wouldn’t go away until I wrote his story. Where the Stars Still Shine came about after I visited Tarpon Springs, a place so interesting and strange that I knew I needed to drop a character into […]

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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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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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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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“To us, The Program is forever”

by Suzanne Young

I started writing The Program at the end of 2010, and it hit stores nearly two years later. When I first subbed it for publication, it was a stand-alone novel—the ending a moment where Sloane crushes the orange pill on the porch, and she and James drive off, never to think of the past again. […]

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Trailer for The Adjustment!

by Suzanne Young

It’s day two of Suzanne Young Week here on Riveted! When Suzanne isn’t writing New York Times bestselling books, she can be found inside of a high school classroom teaching English. Perhaps to no surprise, her day job and her night job often overlap. In honor of The Adjustment going on sale today (4/18), we’re […]

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Nicole Castroman’s Favorite Pirates of Fiction!

by Nicole Castroman

There is something timeless and romantic about piratical behavior in fiction. Who were these men and women leading a lawless life, stealing from the rich and sailing the open seas? Pirates were outlaws, the bad guys. They created a crisis in world trade during the Golden Age of Piracy by capturing and plundering more than 2,400 ships on […]

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