Weekly Web Wrap Up 5/6/2011

Did you spend your whole week as a Witness on the Run?

Here’s what you missed on the RT website.


HISTORICAL ROMANCE: Isobel Carr chats about her favorite fictional four-legged friends. Find Out What They Are >>

MYSTERY: Daniel Blake incorporated the city of Pittsburg into his new thriller. Learn How >>

URBAN FANTASY: This author talks about the dark themes in his Iron Druid Chronicles. Who Is It? >>

YOUNG ADULT: Aprilynne Pike reveals why she was looking forward to writing Illusions. Get The Insider Details >>

INSPIRATIONAL: Meg Moseley gives readers a special look at her hero and heroine. Check It Out >>

MAINSTREAM: Walk through the doors of Sasha Campbell’s Situations Salon. Read The Excerpt >>

FANTASY: Go behind the scenes of Barbara Ashford’s Spellcast. Get The Scoop >>

SERIES ROMANCE: Jenna Kernan talks about her newest Trackers story. Learn More >>

VIDEO INTERVIEW: Laura Lee Gulledge on the many roles of art in her new graphic novel. Watch It Now >>

ASPIRING AUTHORS: Dorothy St. James aka Dorothy McFalls on creating complete cozy characters. Get Her Advice >>

FICTION NEWS: Amazon to release their own romance imprint. More Details >>

NEW RELEASE EXTRAS: Check the new books being profiled in May. Which Titles Are Spotlighted? >>

AUTHOR INTERVIEW: We chat with Kate Noble about her Regency-set series. Read On >>

DISH OF THE WEEK: On the menu is Margaret Mallory’s The Guardian. Take A Taste >> 

WIN IT THIS WEEK: Win a six-book prize pack of new and upcoming paranormal YA novels, Tara Taylor Quinn’s It Happened on Maple Street and the April Seal of Excellence recipient Carol McCleary’s historical mystery, The Illusion of Murder. Enter Here >>

COMING NEXT WEEK: Carolyn Brown gets us in a cowboys frame of mind, Shiloh Walker’s next Writes And Wrongs column is all about finding inspiration for blogs, Morgan and Whitney Dish about Veronica Roth’s Divergent and we reveal the May Seal of Excellence!