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WEB EXCLUSIVE REVIEW: SLEEPER BY LESLIE GLASS

BY admin, MAY 11, 2010 | PERMALINK

The review for the latest Leslie Glass release, Sleeper, is a *WEB EXCLUSIVE REVIEW* on our site.

This is not part of the April Woo series that has made Glass so popular. But, RT Reviewer Marie Bongiorno is okay with that. She found the newest Glass heroine, Michael, to be "appealing in a (and I realize not everyone is going to know what I mean by this) season four Buffy kind of way ... Readers will like Michael, and kind of envy her kick-ass nature, her ability to coolly evaluate a situation that might send a regular person running in another direction, and instead think: Yeah, I can handle this."

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THE EVER-EVOLVING ELIZABETH BASS

BY admin, MAY 11, 2010 | PERMALINK

Elizabeth Bass has taken a writing journey through genre fiction, but never expected to pen a story based on her own life.


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CHRISTIE CRAIG ON PLAYING MATCHMAKER

BY admin, MAY 11, 2010 | PERMALINK

Author Christie Craig gives aspiring authors some hints on what to do when "Ms. Jabberer Meets Mr. Tall, Dark and Silent" — Or "How to Play Matchmaker."


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ALEXANDRA BENEDICT PICKS THE TOP TEN TRAVEL DESTINATIONS THROUGHOUT HISTORY - WITH GIVEAWAY

BY admin, MAY 11, 2010 | PERMALINK

In honor of her new release, The Notorious Scoundrel, historical author Alexandra Benedict gives us the inside scoop on her top ten historical travel destinations. See where (and with whom) she would love to spend her time. Make sure to check out the GIVEAWAY after her all-time top ten!


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BLOGGER LAUREL ANN NATTRESS IS LOST IN AUSTEN

BY admin, MAY 10, 2010 | PERMALINK

Laurel Ann Nattress, author of the popular blog Austenprose, is behind the latest Austen-inspired anthology. Nattress began Austenprose over two years ago as a tribute to all things Austen, and finds it "a pleasure to write about my favorite author, her novels and the many modern interpretations of her works that she has inspired in movies, books and pop culture." So it can come as no surprise that such a passion for Austen has found not only a fan-following but friends in the publishing world.


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NEIL MULLIGAN Q&A WITH GIVEAWAY

BY admin, MAY 10, 2010 | PERMALINK

RT Assistant Web Editor Whitney Sullivan chats with author Neil Mulligan about his March debut, Lost Letter. Make sure to check out the GIVEAWAY after the interview!


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CAN BARNES AND NOBLE E-BOOKS BE READ ON THE SONY EREADER?

BY admin, MAY 10, 2010 | PERMALINK

Welcome to Dear Jane, a weekly column based upon reader mailbag questions on anything relating to e-books. No question is too simple or too mundane.

Dear Jane,


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JENNIFER ESTEP ELEMENTAL ASSASSIN SERIES KICK-OFF GIVEAWAY

BY admin, MAY 10, 2010 | PERMALINK

Spider's Bite...


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MONICA BURNS AND EMMA WILDES ON THE SEX FACTOR IN THEIR ROMANCE NOVELS

BY admin, MAY 07, 2010 | PERMALINK

Authors Monica Burns and Emma Wildes are both known for their steamy romances. So, we asked them about their favorite ways to turn up the heat in their novels and which type of smoldering hero they prefer! 


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BEVERLY CONNOR ON THE IMPORTANCE OF FORENSICS, ARCHAEOLOGY AND SHERLOCK HOLMES

BY admin, MAY 07, 2010 | PERMALINK

Author Beverly Connor discusses how her love of forensics, archaeology and Sherlock Holmes has influenced her latest mystery, The Night Killer, and why her research is worth all the effort. 


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