April 2008 (Issue 290)

 

COVER STORY

SOPHIA NASH
A story of unrequited love takes center stage in book two of the Barely Bereaving Beauties series.

CHASING THE ELUSIVE CHICK LIT
Is chick lit dead, or have these sassy, snarky heroines moved on to other genres?

 

FEATURES

IRIS JOHANSEN
This beloved author discusses family, friends, fans and her latest thriller, Quicksand.
SUMMER BOOKS PREVIEW
A colorful snapshot of books to look forward to and put on this year's beach reading list.
AVON/MORROW ROUNDUP
An insider's glimpse at what's on tap for 2008 from this publishing powerhouse and what new technology initiatives are on the horizon.
AMERICAN TITLE IV
It's down to the final two contestants. Read their romantic scenes and vote for your favorite.

CLUBHOUSE: Author Spotlights  and News

L.A. Banks
Famed for her vampire series, this bestselling author tackles werewolves in her new tales.
Eric Jerome Dickey
The popular novelist challenges himself and readers, this time with an erotic novel.
Elizabeth Bevarly
This Louisville native plays Fast and Loose with love at the Kentucky Derby.
Michelle Rowen
An author answers her fans' calls for Quinn's story.
Nancy Haddock
Her heroine Cesca is livin' La Vida Vampire.
Sherry Thomas
Inspired by the masters, Thomas creates a Private Arrangement between her characters.
Jordan Dane
This debut author will make you scream with her romantic suspense tale.

FAN FORUM: Reader Columns

Under the Covers
Paperback Roundup
Book Sleuth
Travel Spot
Contest

PROS ON PROSE

FIRST THREE PAGES
Do you really need a time and place stamp? Is worldbuilding necessary in a historical novel? Agent Jessica Faust fills us in with her latest critique.

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