December 2007 (Issue 286)

 

COVER STORY

COVER STORY: LORA LEIGH
She's hotter than ever with a slew of new books in 2007 and many more slotted for the new year.

CATHERINE COULTER
A trailblazer in the romance world talks books, psychics and football.

 

FEATURES

HOLIDAY SHOPPING MADE EASY
We've scoured the stores and found some awesome gifts for the book lover in your life.
AUSTEN-TATIOUS
The power of Jane Austen endures nearly 200 years later.
JAMES GRIPPANDO
Suspense author Lisa Jackson delivers a candid interview about thrillers, the law and cocktails at the beach.
BEHIND THE SCENES
A trip to world-renowned Carnegie Hall inspired Nancy Herkness' first romantic suspense.
AMERICAN TITLE IV BEGINS
Call it the intercontinental edition, as two contestants from the U.K. join in the American Title fun.
SUE GRAFTON
She celebrates her 20th mystery featuring P.I. Kinsey Millhone, but will she make it to Z?

CLUBHOUSE: Author Spotlights  and News

Lucy Monroe
How she lives the romance she writes.
Denise Eagan
Publication day has arrived for another American Title contestant.
Anna Campbell
Why alpha heroes are always intriguing.
Shirley Jump
This author jumps headfirst into a deeper, more emotional story.
Christie Craig
She's not an overnight success, but she's laughing her way to the bookstore.
Jennifer Rardin
Her debut series features a world-weary vampire-assassin heroine.
Lara Adrian
Tina St. John is back with an alter ego as she tackles the paranormal realm with a band of vampire brothers-in-arms.

FAN FORUM: Reader Columns

Under the Covers
Series Rap Sheet
Paperback Roundup
Quips and Queries

PROS ON PROSE

FIX THAT STORY
Leslie Wainger finishes up her series of articles on the mistakes beginners make with a look at writing love scenes.

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