April 2004 (Issue 242)

 

COVER STORY

SUSAN WIGGS
This fan favorite explores military families torn between duty and love in her heartwarming new novel.

HONORING CONNIE
Historical author Connie Mason celebrates 20 years of feisty heroines, fiery heroes and adventure.

   

FEATURES

DORCHESTER PREPS SPRING LINEUP
The genre publisher takes the field with new action-adventure romance, chick lit, romantic suspense and mystery releases.

SCIENCE FICTION & ROMANCE
A Potent Mix.

2003 AWARD WINNERS
Our Reviewers' Choice and Career Achievement award winners revealed!

BRONTË'S EMMA BROWN
A century after its genesis, an unfinished manuscript finds a happy ending thanks to scribe Clare Boylan.

IN SEARCH OF THE GREAT AMERICAN TITLE
In the spirit of American Idol, aspiring writers compete to get published!

CLUBHOUSE: Author Spotlights and News

God Rush
Western writer Rosanne Bittner joins the inspirational wagon train.

12 $igns You're a Lady with Prospects
Cynthia Hartwick and the Larksdale Ladies return to take on Wall Street.

Serial Suspense
Eileen Dreyer's HEAD GAMES elicits thrills.

Living History
Civil War widows inspire new historical.

Eloisa's Coming Out!
Romance author Eloisa James 'fesses up.

10 Reasons to Read Cornell Woolrich

Perfect Passover Picks
Meet The Matzo Ball Heiress and more!

Grrl Power!
Check out YA fiction and flicks for spring.

FAN FORUM: Reader Columns

Under the Covers
Series Rap Sheet
Paperback Roundup
Giveaways & Contests
Book Sleuth
Quips & Queries

PROS ON PROSE

PATH TO PUBLISHING
Cindy Cruciger contemplates how to survive the waiting game. Is no news really good news?

STOP SHOOTING YOUR CAREER IN THE FOOT
Alice Orr shows authors how to start on the right track.

Q&A WITH ANN PEACH
Can you trust your critique group and editors with your work?

COMING NEXT MONTH

INDEPENDENT, COURAGEOUS, COMMITTED...
Meet some industry heroines--your local booksellers!

SIZZLING SUMMER PICKS!
A preview of this summer's most promising beach books.

CONVENTION NEWS

New York 2004: Authors Signing at the Book Fair

St. Louis 2005: Plans--and surprises--are in the works!

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