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The Devil Delivered and Other Tales


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  The Best, Worst, and BESTWORST Stephen King Adaptations

  Scarily Timely: A Q&A with Edward M. Lerner

  London: The Ideal Setting

 The Wildness of My Mind

  Rule the World with Math and Magic

  Win a Private Reading with John Edward

  Cory Doctorow Collection Sweepstakes

  More Stories

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We have a very special #TorChat planned for August 15, launching the Girls’ Nightmare Out tour!

August is the glorious final month of summer, when teenagers everywhere try to squeeze in one last fun read before the school year. In honor of that, we invited blogger Katie of Mundie Moms to chat with Tor Teen authors Marta Acosta, Kendare Blake, and Lisa Desrochers. We hope you can join us!

Girl of NightmaresThe Best, Worst, and BESTWORST Stephen King Adaptations

By Kendare Blake

A couple of months ago, a friend and I were talking about Stephen King adaptations (they were running Stephen King with Story Notes on AMC that week) and got to wondering exactly how many movies had been made from his work. We were able to name so many: Carrie, The Shining, The Stand, Cujo, Misery, The Tommyknockers, Hearts in Atlantis; we could go on and on.



EnergizedScarily Timely: A Q&A with Edward M. Lerner

By Edward M. Lerner

Edward M. Lerner discusses Energized, his newly released near-future, alternate-energy thriller.

Question: Energized has a very striking cover – but what is that thing in the foreground? Besides, apparently, big.

Answer: It is big: a square two miles on a side. And although it’s wafer thin, it masses three times as much as the International Space Station. As for what: a solar power satellite. In a few words, it’s an orbiting power plant.



Kitty Steals the ShowLondon: The Ideal Setting

By Carrie Vaughn

Another one of those questions authors get asked a lot: Do you travel to the places where you set your books for research? For me, the answer is yes, if I can. I always discover great information and details when I visit a place, things I could never get from a book or website.



Stands a ShadowThe Wildness of My Head

By Col Buchanan

Like many lunatics, I enjoy time in the wilderness both physically and metaphorically. Without crowds of people around me I can relax and go at my own pace. By myself, I can appreciate what I’m doing and take things in fully, without that scratchy self-consciousness that follows the formerly shy for the rest of their lives. Alone, I can really be there and be me.



Black BottleRule the World with Math and Magic

By Anthony Huso

The Last Page came out two summers ago and I’m pleased that the second book in the duology, Black Bottle, will be available on shelves and e-readers this month. If you’ve been eager for a peek, you can read an excerpt from Black Bottle. The setting for the books is decidedly dark and brutal, with the characters each sheltering their own little flames of hope.



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