RT Genre Spotlight

Romance

Young Adult

Paranormal

Erotica

Science Fiction

Mystery

Mainstream

Inspirational

Featured Top Picks View This Month's Top Picks »

RT Daily Blog View the Blog »

  • Behind The Scenes: The Epic Cover Shoot For Kristen Callihan's Soulbound

    April 24, 2014 - 5:17pm

    Behind The Scenes: The Epic Cover Shoot For Kristen Callihan's Soulbound
    Last week I had the pleasure of attending the cover shoot of Kristen Callihan’s sixth Darkest London novel, Soulbound, releasing next year from Forever. Walking into my first cover shoot, I had a lot of questions. Would the hero and heroine be photographed together, as we’ve seen  on her more recent book covers? Would it just be the heroine solo, like on the covers of Firelight and Moonglow? Or perhaps we’d see the first solo hero cover in the series? And if there was a hero, would he be without a shirt? Who mists these shirtless heroes? Or are they oiled?


    Read more »

    By: Elisa Verna  |  Tags: RT Daily Blog, Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Romance
  • 2014 RT Convention Outfits: DJ's Picks

    April 24, 2014 - 2:40pm

    2014 RT Convention Outfits: DJ's Picks
    The RT Booklovers Convention is only a few short weeks away! Which means if you're planning on attending the full week of books, babes (yes, we mean you) and shenanigans, you've got some packing to do. With a full schedule of panels, workshops, events — and, of course, parties — one outfit a day may not cut it. So bust out those extra large suitcases, because the RT staff is bringing you their dream outfits for the themed evening events and nighttime parties. Today, assistant web editor DJ DeSmyter brings us some ideas for the gentlemen attending RT this year.Mardi Gras World Carnivále  Bright colors are always great choices for Mardi Gras celebrations, so a neon green t-shirt and purple shorts are perfect selections.


    Read more »

    By: RT BOOK REVIEWS  |  Tags: RT Daily Blog, Convention
  • The 100 Recap: 1.6 - "His Sister's Keeper"

    April 24, 2014 - 11:24am

    The 100 Recap: 1.6 - "His Sister's Keeper"
    Seventeen years ago, a young Bellamy tries to comfort his mother, who’s in labor. As most TV births turn out, it’s a relatively easy ordeal and Bellamy decides to name his new sister after emperor Augustus’s sister — Octavia. Gee, Mom, no pressure or anything.sourcePresent day, Octavia wakes up, injured and alone, in a dark cavern of sorts. The Grounder who took her comes in and lunges at her with a white-hot metal stake. She blacks out. After looking for his sister with Clarke’s help, Bellamy organizes a search party. Raven’s giving Finn a haircut and he wants to tell her what happened between him and Clarke. Naturally, he doesn’t and instead catches up with Clarke and tells her he likes her slightly more.


    Read more »

    By: DJ DeSmyter  |  Tags: RT Daily Blog, TV Recap, Young Adult
  • Cheaper By The Dozen - This Week's Hot E-Book Deals

    April 24, 2014 - 11:02am

    Cheaper By The Dozen - This Week's Hot E-Book Deals
    What do you do when the growing number of new reads causes your wallet to shrink uncomfortably? Shop the e-book deals, of course! In this column we highlight some of our favorite book buys that will cost you less than a medium-sized coffee.


    Read more »

    By: RT BOOK REVIEWS  |  Tags: RT Daily Blog, E-Book
  • Fanning the Spark: Debut Inspirational Author Emily T. Wierenga on Marriage and Romance

    April 23, 2014 - 11:47am

    Fanning the Spark: Debut Inspirational Author Emily T. Wierenga on Marriage and Romance
    Marriage is great, certainly, but it doesn't always resemble a romance novel. After years together, sometimes the spark dims as your time is taken over by kids, chores and work. (Don't get us started on the never ending trips to the grocery store.) But there's hope! Today we have debut inspirational novelist Emily T. Wierenga, who's here to ruminate on her marriage, when she first met her husband (college sweethearts!) how it all contributed to her romance, A Promise in Pieces.He had one break dance move, and he used it that afternoon, in the townhouse packed with college students, him in the middle of the rough textile carpet, dancing. I had a soda in my hand and the air smelled of musk and potato chips.


    Read more »

    By: RT BOOK REVIEWS  |  Tags: RT Daily Blog, Inspirational
  • 2014 RT Convention Preview: Mystery/Thriller Genre Tracks

    April 23, 2014 - 11:31am

    2014 RT Convention Preview: Mystery/Thriller Genre Tracks
    Everybody enjoys a good thrill now and then, a spine-chilling mystery to get their hearts racing and their minds obsessing over clues. At this year’s RT Convention, some of today’s hottest voices from the mystery and thriller world will gather for exciting panels, lively conversations and valuable insights into today’s market. Let’s take a look, shall we?First up, we have “The Violence Factor: Why Are So Many People Fascinated With Violence?” thriller panel on Wednesday, May 14. Join authors Tess Gerritsen, Anderson Harp, David Morrell, L.J. Sellers and F. Paul Wilson as they discuss violence in thrillers and how it can drive a story.


    Read more »

    By: RT BOOK REVIEWS  |  Tags: RT Daily Blog, Convention, Mystery/Suspense/Thriller
RSS Feeds: All Content | Blogs | More