Summer of Consequences

Author Guest Post

Boy Stereotypes in Boy

by Blake Nelson

In much of YA fiction there seems to be two kind of boy characters: 1) the sensitive, shy, cute (but doesn’t know it) dorky dude who mucks things up somehow and is then rescued in some way by a girl. Or 2) the more aggressive and douche-y type, who is either an uneducated bully, or […]

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Author Guest Post

Behind the Book: One Cut

by Eve Porinchak

Micah Holland was just fifteen years old, and had not yet reached puberty, when life as he knew it changed forever. Curled up in a sleeping bag on the floor at his friend Brandon’s house, he was jarred awake at three in the morning by a group of police officers waving guns in his face. […]

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Answering What Ifs: 7 Cool Gender Swaps

by Diego Molano Rodriguez

What if the Harry Potter series had featured a Harriet instead? Or what if Bobby Jones and not Bridget had released their diary for the world to gawk at? These are only some of the questions I agonize over on a daily basis. Gender flipping is at times controversial, but at the very least, is […]

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Reasons to Read

5 Reasons to Read Lock & Mori

by Danielle Finnegan

I’m a HUGE Sherlock Holmes fan and I mean HUGE. I’ve read the book by Arthur Conan Doyle, watched the BBC’s Sherlock, CBS’s Elementary, and I even have a small Sherlock Holmes collection of various items (my favorite is my Out of Print Sherlock Holmes shirt). When I found out there’s a Young Adult retelling of Sherlock Holmes called […]

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Site News

Riveted Summer Reads: Summer of Consequences

by The Riveted Team

Happy Monday! As our Riveted Summer rolls along, we hope YOU’RE having a great summer! We just wrapped up The Summer of Deception and what else could possibly follow up all that deception than consequences! Justice always prevails, the good guys win in the end, and for every action, there is an equal and opposite […]

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