August 2009 (Issue 306)

COVER STORY
 

KAREN MARIE MONING
Mum's the word about Dreamfever as the author explains the secrecy surrounding the plot and why no one gets a pre-pub peek at book four of the Fever series.

RATING THE E-READERS
The RT staff tests the Sony Reader and the Kindle and weighs in on the pros and cons of each.

 

FEATURES

THE TWEET ON TWITTERING
Ellora's Cave author Kathy Kulig explains how authors and publishers can use Twitter to reach readers.
MARY HIGGINS CLARK
An insider's look at how airport bookstores lure readers in and why their selections differ from your neighborhood shop. Plus, readers reveal which authors they discovered at the airport.
THE MILE-HIGH BOOK CLUB
Her Cedar Cove series inspires a town festival, but the novelist draws inspiration from those around her.
SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE'S ENCORE
Indian diplomat Vikas Swarup -- the author of the novel that inspired the film Slumdog Millionaire -- returns with his second offering, a mystery set in his native land.

CLUBHOUSE: Author Spotlights and News

Karin Slaughter
Characters from her two series unite.
Elisabeth Naughton
Archeology propels her Stolen trilogy.
Shannon McKenna
Three sisters find love in her new novel.
Debut Novelists
Meet two hot new authors.
Delilah Marvelle
Find out how she found her series.
Amanda McIntyre
Why she tortures her hero and heroine.
Harlequin Teen
A new young-adult line debuts.
Time Raiders
Nocturne launches a miniseries.

FAN FORUM: Reader Columns

Tidbits and Gossip
Series Rap Sheet
Book Sleuth
Paperback Roundup

PROS ON PROSE

THE WRITING JOURNEY
Jennifer Madsen hears back from a New York literary agent. Is it the news she's been waiting for?
AGENT'S PERSPECTIVE
Has Jessica Faust finally found a query that works?

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