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  • Cover Reveal: Dream A Little Dream by Kerstin Gier

    July 23, 2014 - 10:35am

    Cover Reveal: Dream A Little Dream by Kerstin Gier
    A cover can make or break a book. Luckily for her, Kerstin Gier's covers have been absolutely stunning. The whole girl-in-a-big-dress cover trend has many hits and misses, and the covers for Kerstin's bestselling Ruby Red trilogy are definite hits. Today, she continues her good luck with the lovely cover for her upcoming book, Dream A Little Dream, the first in the Silver Trilogy — and we have the exclusive reveal. Let's take a look!Mysterious doors with lizard-head knobs. Talking stone statues. A crazy girl with a hatchet. Yes, Liv’s dreams have been pretty weird lately. Especially the one where she’s in a graveyard at night, watching four boys conduct dark magic rituals.


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    By: RT BOOK REVIEWS  |  Tags: RT Daily Blog, Young Adult
  • Very Short Reviews Of Difficult Books

    July 23, 2014 - 10:03am

    Very Short Reviews Of Difficult Books
    Ah, classic literary fiction. It can be so wonderful, but at times dense, leaving us wishing for a guide to lead us through the venerable prose. Enter: Italian artist and writer Francesco D'Isa, who reviews the classics in a candid, tongue-in-cheek (and very short) way. We're happy to bring his column, "Very Short Reviews of Difficult Books," to English language readers! Check back here every Wednesday for three new reviews from Francesco.Trilogy of the City of K by Agota Kristof Inside or outside, true or false, it doesn't matter: hell exists and it's in this book. Plot: One horror and lie after another.


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    By: RT BOOK REVIEWS  |  Tags: RT Daily Blog
  • Places to Submit Your Manuscript: July 2014

    July 22, 2014 - 11:28am

    Places to Submit Your Manuscript: July 2014
    You’ve written a book - congratulations! But if you thought that was hard, how about trying to find publishers open to submissions? Lucky for you, we gather open calls each month to help make the submission process a bit easier. This month, we have seven exciting opportunities for you and your book. Take a look:Vinspire Publishing - Vinspire Publishing is currently open to submissions for historical romances, Amish romances and romantic suspense. For historical submissions, Vinspire is only looking for Highlander and Regency stories. To learn more about Vinspire Publishing and their submission guidelines, visit them here.Forever Yours - Forever Yours, an imprint of Hachette, is currently open for romance submissions for all subgenres.


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    By: RT BOOK REVIEWS  |  Tags: Aspiring Authors, RT Daily Blog
  • Strange and Ever After: Susan Dennard Talks Series Finale and Future Projects

    July 22, 2014 - 11:19am

    Strange and Ever After: Susan Dennard Talks Series Finale and Future Projects
    When the last book in a series releases, it's a bittersweet time for both the author and the readers. Neither wants to truly let their favorite characters go, but it's also an exciting time because the author is most likely preparing their next project, giving readers plenty to look forward to. Today, to celebrate the release of Strange and Ever After, the last in her Something Strange and Deadly trilogy, Susan Dennard shares her thoughts on the series and gives readers a glimpse of what's coming next.Strange and Ever After — there couldn’t be a more appropriate title for the finale of this series. Eleanor and the Spirit-Hunters have been through so much, but in the end, they’ve stayed true to who they are.


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    By: RT BOOK REVIEWS  |  Tags: RT Daily Blog, Young Adult
  • Julia London's Guide To San Antonio

    July 22, 2014 - 10:34am

    Julia London's Guide To San Antonio
    If you're in San Antonio for RWA, you might appreciate an insider's guide on what to do, what to see and, most importantly, where to eat. And what better guide than romance author and San Antonio native Julia London? Today the author shares her favorite go-to spots for fun in the Alamo City.If you’re like a lot of people I meet, the only thing you know about San Antonio is the battle of the Alamo, and you probably think the actual Alamo is a lot bigger than it really is. You’ll see for yourself: The Alamo is a short walk from the conference hotel, and a whole lot smaller than Hollywood has made it. It seems to me San Antonio doesn’t get the buzz other cities in Texas get (hello, Austin), but it is truly one of our most unique cities.


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    By: RT BOOK REVIEWS  |  Tags: RT Daily Blog, Romance
  • On the Shelves: 7/22/2014

    July 22, 2014 - 11:23am

    On the Shelves: 7/22/2014
    Here's a look at the titles we love that hit shelves this week.


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    By: RT BOOK REVIEWS  |  Tags: RT Daily Blog
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