Weekly Web Wrap Up 1/6/2012

This week the reading community mourns the loss of beloved author Penny Jordan. Jordan, who had been publishing books steadily since the early 1980s, lost her long battle with cancer early Sunday morning. We Will Miss Her >>

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Here are other stories featured this week on the RT website: 

ROMANTIC SUSPENSE: Five reasons to read Maya Banks' latest. Read On >>

CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE: Jude Deveraux tells us all about her recent release. Listen To The Podcast >>

HISTORICAL ROMANCE: Secrets abound in January's Harlequin Historicals. Find Out The Truth >>

EROTICA: Jayne Rylon is making menage romance work with her Powertools series. Sharing Is Caring >>

FANTASY: Maria V. Snyder goes behind the scenes of her new series. Feel The Power >>

YOUNG ADULT: Colleen Houck on the Tiger's Curse movie in the works. It's An RT Exclusive Interview >>

MYSTERY: Five minutes with a father-son author duo. Get The Details >>

AUTHOR INTERVIEW: Joey W. Hill on her paranormal erotica series. Check It Out >>

CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN: Free reads from Lynne Connolly, Patricia Rice & 10 others. Savor The Savings >>

GIVING BACK IN 2012: RT is working with DKMS to fight Leukemia. How Can You Help? >> 

FOREWORDS: Deals announced for Carrie Lofty, Michelle Rowen and more! What's Ahead? >>

CAUGHT ON COVER: We spot six celeb lookalikes this month. Who Are They? >>

INDUSTRY INSIDER: We reveal the buying habits of readers and publishers in 2011. What Sold? >>

ON THE SHELVES: New books by Kellerman, Kurland and Ross. Plus 38 Others >>

EVERTYHING E-BOOKS: An new self-published romance gets 4 1/2 stars. Read The Review >>

ON THE MENU: RT's Morgan and Whitney Dish About Rick Mofina's latest mystery. Take A Taste >>

WIN IT THIS WEEK: Emma Cane's debut contemporary romance and more! Try Your Luck >>

COMING NEXT WEEK: We take a look at books featuring characters with Asperger's, round-up the month's Harlequin Medical Romances, feature a debut author spotlight with Cecilia Grant and Whitney and Elissa Dish about Julie Anne Long's How The Marquess Was Won.