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Calling All Bigfoot Believers!

by Julie Jarema

Sasquatches are real! Or at least, they are in Jennifer Park’s new YA novel The Shadows We Know by Heart. IRL, though? Well, let’s just say The Shadows We Know by Heart protagonist Leah isn’t the only one claiming to have spotted these legendary creatures—hundreds of people across the United States have reported Sasquatch sightings. […]

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Double, Double, Toil, and Trouble: Doppelgänger Dilemmas

by Julie Jarema

In this week’s featured read, The Storyspinner (available until April 3rd!), the Keepers are on a quest to find a princess. Disturbingly enough, in their search, murdered girls who look just like the princess keep turning up. Doppelgängers are archetypal in fairytales and gothic lit, but they also make their creepy (and sometimes hilarious) appearance in […]

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8 Tips for Dating a Book Lover

by The Riveted Team

Has a book lover caught your eye? We’ve got some tips for writing the two of you a happy ending. It is love, poets say, that makes the world go around. It was true in Shakespeare’s era and it’s still true today. Ask Google or Bing to serve up a platter of “man seeking woman,” […]

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Unpopular Opinions: The Beauty and the Beast Movie

by Janine Perez

You probably already know this, but the live action remake of Disney’s Beauty & the Beast on Friday.  Everyone is losing their minds about it, especially because Emma Watson is playing Belle. Which is great because she IS Belle. I mean, look at her: But I’m about to get really real. Everyone’s looking at this movie with hearts […]

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Date Ideas Readers Will Love

by The Riveted Team

Why settle for dinner and a movie when you could be having a literary adventure? Books challenge us to step out of everyday life. We visit the jungles of equatorial Africa or explore distant galaxies. We live for a while as a castaway or a pirate or a wizard-in-training. Why stick to local dating when […]

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Stationery Gift Guide

by Keri Horan

The age old question: For me, the answer is very simple: stationery. I probably have ten notebooks at home that I love so much l don’t want to write in them. If you’re a book lover, odds are you share my passion. That’s why I’ve created a roundup of some of my absolute favorite stationery […]

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7 Weird Ways to Die in YA

by Janine Perez

  (SPOILERS AHEAD!)   In 100 Sideways Miles by Andrew Smith (which is a free read so if you haven’t read it, check it out ASAP), the main character’s mom dies when a horse falls on her from the sky. For reals. She gets CRUSHED BY A HORSE FALLING FROM THE SKY. It took me […]

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