WEEKLY WEB WRAP UP 10/1/2010

Too busy to go online because you were conducting a dangerous Seduce And Rescue?

Here's what you missed on the RT website.

 

YOUNG ADULT MONTH:  

The Smart Chicks Kick It Tour has come to a Canadian conclusion. Carrie Ryan reports from the event in Naperville, IL and Jeri Smith-Ready wraps up the coverage of the last stop on the tour in Canada.

The RT web team looks at the upcoming YA titles we can't wait for. What Are They? >>

In this video interview, Lauren Oliver shares a behind-the-scenes look at her debut novel, Before I Fall, offers advice for teens and discusses her upcoming projectsWatch It Now >>

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CONTEMPORARY: Sherryl Woods has us anticipating the holidays. How Does She Do It? >>
 
HISTORICAL: Help Liz Carlyle and Avon support the charity Cat Angels. Comment For A Cause >> 
 
MYSTERY: We give you five great reasons to read Deanna Raybourn's series. What Are They? >>
 
PARANORMAL: Carolyn Clare invites readers into her Midcity series. Read An Excerpt >> 
 
SCIENCE FICTION: Kate Elliott's new tale is a different type of alternate history. Get The Details >>
 
DEBUT AUTHOR: Tiffany Clare on why her harem romance "demanded" to be told. Learn More >>
 
E-BOOK REVIEW: RT Reviewer Kate Girard recommends The Sevenfold Spell. Learn Why >>
 
WRITES AND WRONGS: Best-selling Shiloh Walker's first online advice post for authors. Read On >>
 
SEAL OF EXCELLENCE: Find out why Suzanne Collins' trilogy, the Hunger Games, was awarded September's seal and which other titles were contenders. Read More >>  
 
COMING NEXT WEEK:  A sneak peek at the November issue of RT BOOK REVIEWS, soap actress Lisa Rinna gets interviewed by RT's Morgan Doremus and tons of exclusive content for Paranormal Month!