January 2011 issue 323
HOLLYWOOD'S HOT FOR YA
Why tons of teen novels are sought after for film and television and why so few ever make it onto the big screen.
DIVERSITY RULES IN TEEN FIC
Multicultural novels find a wide audience with teens.
TEEN DAY IN L.A.
Meet 30 bestselling YA authors at the RT convention in April!
NEW YEAR'S MUST-HAVES
The RT staff rings in 2011 with their most-anticipated books for the coming year.
BEHIND THE SCENES
Thriller writer Karen Dionne takes the ultimate research trip to a remote part of Chile for a firsthand look at a volcano.
SUSAN ELIZABETH PHILLIPS
RT readers asked and this bestselling contemporary romance author answers in a exclusive Q&A — plus an exclusive excerpt from Call Me Irresistible.
Lori Armstrong gets real about her new mystery series, her
PROS ON PROSE
WRITING WITH THE STARS
Two contestants have been eliminated and eight remain to tell you all about their heroes and heroines.
LOST IN SPACE
Debut author Beth Revis on small towns and spaceships.
Rachel Vincent and her main character Kaylee on how to survive a trip to the Netherworld.
COMING NEXT MONTH
Meet the newest name in paranormal fiction.
A growing number of well-known authors are taking matters into their own hands and giving fans new
stories as e-book-only releases.