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October 24, 2014 - 12:00pmDid you spend your whole week being Commanded by the Sheikh?Here's what you missed on the RT site!***HISTORICAL ROMANCE: Eloise James and Lisa Kleypas ebooks are on sale! One-Click >>PARANORMAL ROMANCE: Darynda Jones discusses pregnancy and plotting. Read On >>ROMANTIC SUSPENSE: Say hello to debut author, C.J. Kyle! Welcome, C.J.! >>EROTICA: Read a hot excerpt from Eden Bradley's Rogue. It's a Hot One >>YOUNG ADULT: Cinda Williams Chima examines worldbuilding. Learn More >>COVER BREAKDOWN: Elissa breaks down not one, but two covers! Check Them Out >> LOOKING AHEAD: Read up on all the latest book deals! Read Now >>DIGITAL DEALS: A fresh batch of inexpensive e-books. Start Shopping!
October 24, 2014 - 11:18amIf you watch The 100 on The CW — adapted from Kass Morgan's YA science fiction novel of the same name about a group of delinquent teens sent back to Earth after a nuclear disaster to determine if the planet is inhabitable again — I don't need to tell you who Bob Morley is. He plays Bellamy, and we've got an exclusive video of Bob reading from Day 21, the sequel to The 100. If you don't know what The 100 is or who Bob Morley is, you can catch up with our recap of the pilot here. Then please enjoy this hot, floppy haired man with an Australian accent reading a few lines from a book, and check out our giveaway below:Intrigued? Enter to win one of three sets of both The 100 and Day 21. U.S. residents only, no P.O. boxes, please. Good luck!
October 24, 2014 - 11:03amThe Internet is full of hilarious gems and memorable words of wisdom from the masses. Authors, readers and publishers on Twitter are no exception and continuously put smiles on the faces of Twitter users daily in 140 characters or less. We've started compiling our favorite Tweets., here out this week's: We are powerless to resist cat photos on the Internet. And we are not ashamed. So it's not just us?! Aw.What's happens on the way to Vegas … ends up Twitter? In a tough week online, we're pretty sure this wins the Internet. Yes, it's a real book.*** Want more from the Twitterverse? Be sure to follow @RT_Magazine and check back every Friday for more of our favorite Tweets.
October 23, 2014 - 11:37amThere’s a chill in the air, pumpkins adorn doorsteps across the neighborhood, you’ve unearthed your slippers after a summer of barefootedness. Must be nearly Halloween! To get you in the mood, we’ve already compiled your Tropeoween costumes. And now it’s time to sit back and be scared by a horrifying read! We’ve picked some titles across genres to keep you up late into the night … If you love YA … try Gretchen McNeil’s Ten. A take on Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None, this YA mystery has it all: a creepy atmosphere (an isolated island, besieged by storm!), a perfect horror movie set up (teens at an illicit party!) and a ever-increasing body count.
October 23, 2014 - 11:54amAw yea, several ebooks by fan favorites Eloisa James and Lisa Kleypas are on sale right now, each title costing less than $4. Grab 'em before the prices increase! Amazon | B&N | iBooksAmazon | B&N | iBooksAmazon | B&N | iBooks Amazon | B&N | iBooks Amazon | B&N | iBooksAmazon | B&N | iBooksAmazon | B&N | iBooks Amazon | B&N | iBooks You can find more love stories on our Everything Romance page.
October 23, 2014 - 11:32amWe'll be honest, we're still not over the fact that Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens are no longer a couple. Same goes for Rob Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. We all love celebrity couples, but why? Why do we love them so much? YA author Rebecca Serle addresses this in her new novel, Famous in Love. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: celebs are the human version of mythical gods. They are larger than life. And two together? Forget about it.My novel and upcoming series, Famous in Love, is inspired by the fiction-meets-reality off-screen romances of the celebrities we know and love.