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September 29, 2014 - 1:31pmLast week: Claire and Jamie got married! And had sex. A lot. Oh and before that, Claire fell through time from 1946, where she has another husband, Frank.For the first time since Claire fell through the stones at Craig na Dun, we're taken back to our present timeline of 1946. A detective strolls into a Scotland police station to find Frank waiting, apparently not for the first time. Clearly beleaguered, the detective explains to Frank that his department is doing everything they can to find Claire.Frank, who's developed quite a growl in Claire's absence, basically tells the detective that the police department has lived down to his low expectations, in spite of an extensive six-week manhunt.
September 29, 2014 - 11:42amGreetings, witches! Grab some coffee, this is a time travel episode, so we've got more multiples of characters than usual. Who would've thought we would long for Jo and Jo 2.0?! We’ll get through it together, promise. The ladies have gone through the time door — sans Ingrid, who’s stayed behind with Bad Granddad (BG) to the surprise of everyone except Jo, who says the pair have always had a “strange connection.” They’re in Baltimore, 1848, and they’re after a rare and powerful weapon that will end BG. Jo knows it works, because she once used it to kill Freya. Dawson says what?source BG and Ingrid are bonding in the garden. But BG needs to rest, his days are numbered, he guilt-simpers.
September 29, 2014 - 10:39amLast year, Bloomsbury launched a new digital-only imprint, Bloomsbury Spark. With a passion for Young Adult and New Adult stories, Spark has quickly built a list of refreshing stories written by established and up-and-coming authors. As the Digital Editor for Spark, Meredith Rich has helped build the imprint and its authors. Curious about Bloomsbury Spark, its recent deals and the submission process, we asked Meredith our burning questions and she answered! Learn more about the imprint and stay tuned afterwards for a giveaway! Bloomsbury Spark launched last year.
September 29, 2014 - 10:16amWith our column, Forewords, we let readers know the latest book news about some of the web team's most-anticipated upcoming releases across the genres — just as the projects are announced!DEBUT AUTHORSNew Adult - In The Sojourn, Andrea Dunlop’s debut novel, a young American woman falls into the glamorous and irresistible world of art and money while studying in France. She soon winds up in the middle of a dark and possibly dangerous love triangle.Fantasy - Camille Greip’s debut, Letters to Zell, stars four fairy tale princesses who are fed up with their Happily Ever Afters. They set out to live the lives they really want, but must reevaluate their decisions when their actions threaten to destroy the entire Realm of the Imagination.
September 26, 2014 - 12:57pmDid you spend your whole week trying to find His Most Suitable Bride?Here's what you missed on the RT site!***PARANORMAL ROMANCE: Jennifer Estep shares her top Fall TV picks! Superheroes Galore >>EROTICA: Read this week's hot Hump Day Excerpt! Turn Up the Heat >>YOUNG ADULT: Kendall Kulper spills on the magic of Salt & Storm. Get Witchy >>COVER REVEAL: See Thea Harrison's new cover for Midnight's Kiss! See It >>LOOKING AHEAD: Read up on all the latest book deals! Read Now >>DIGITAL DEALS: A fresh batch of inexpensive e-books. Start Shopping! >>ON THE SHELVES: Check out this week's hottest releases. See Them Now! >>COVER REVEAL: We revealed Margaret Bingley's cover for Betrayal!
September 26, 2014 - 10:45amYA favorite Beth Revis has ventured into self-publishing with her next release, The Body Electric, and we've got a limited edition paperback copy to give away! The Body Electric follows a young girl who's able to enter people's dreams and memories, but things go wrong when she discovers someone may have altered her memories. Here's the blurb:The future world is at peace.Ella Shepherd has dedicated her life to using her unique gift—the ability to enter people’s dreams and memories using technology developed by her mother—to help others relive their happy memories.But not all is at it seems.Ella starts seeing impossible things—images of her dead father, warnings of who she cannot trust.