February 2010 (Issue 312)
Foster discusses her Fighter series, her writing process and why it's back to contemporaries for this fan favorite.
We talk to authors, bloggers and other mashers about the latest mini-trend -- blended books.
L.E. MODESITT, JR.
The popular sci-fi/fantasy author turns his attention to the women in the latest in his Saga of Recluce series.
WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
In an expanded version of our "Quips and Queries" column, we tracked down 18 authors you asked about for updates on their lives and careers.
After a five-year hiatus, Kinsale returns with a new historical romance, a nonbrooding hero and a dreamy heroine.
Find out about the graphic novel adaptation of her Alex Barnaby series.
Her new series is all about barbecues and an assassin heroine called the Spider.
RT'S BEST BOOKS OF 2009
RT reviewers pick the best of the best for 2009. See who's nominated for our Career Achievement and Reviewers' Choice awards.
Check out our new column, Parting Gifts
CLUBHOUSE: Author Spotlights And News
Sisters Kristy Montee and Kelly Nichols create a P.I. from two worlds.
Young Adult Love
Meet fan favorite Maureen Johnson and Niobia Bryant's new alter ego.
A former FBI agent turns thriller writer.
An author sends her time travelers into yet another bind in a new duology.
Meet some of February's new authors.
Catch up with Marie Ferrarella's Cavanaugh Justice.
The Vampire Diaries author rides high with a book trilogy and a hit TV show.
This U.K. author hits all the trends with a steampunk-inspired, dystopian read.
FAN FORUM: Reader Columns
Tidbits and Gossip
Series Rap Sheet
PROS ON PROSE
THE WRITE STUFF
Couldn't get to a writer's conference this year? RT did, and we have some great advice for aspiring authors from their published counterparts.
AGENT HUNT, PART 2
Nikki Duncan continues her three-part series on finding the right agent for you.