June 2003 (Issue 232)
IN SEARCH OF ROMANCE
A look at why the genre has changed —and is it for the better?
QUEEN OF THE FRONTIER
An overview of Dorothy Garlock's impressive 25-year career and her beloved Western romances.
Find out how family influenced this lawyer turned author's 10th thriller.
CREATE YOUR OWN FANTASY
Choose your hero, story—and ending in this latest publishing trend.
Marsha Moyer, Celeste Bradley, Virginia Ellis, Jill Marie Landis, Christina Dodd, Rebecca York, Caren Lissner, Donna Kauffman, Pamela Ribon, Girl Power for Young Adults
If You Like, You'll Love...
Giveaways & Contests
Theme Spotlight: Wedding Books
Reader to Reader
Quips & Queries
Authors at the Book Fair, Specialty Writers Programs and Independent Publisher Spotlight
PROS ON PROSE
Cindy Cruciger wonders if her "Path to Publishing" is being thwarted by an editor and agent conspiracy!
MASTER CLASS III
WE'VE GOT YOUR ANSWERS
Ann Peach explains ways to jumpstart your writing and tame unruly characters.
WRITING THAT WORKS
This month the focus is on a descriptive opener that grabs the reader from the start.
Kristine Hughes fills readers and writers in on what's cooking— and where.
COMING NEXT MONTH
A tribute to romance's most esteemed cover artist as she retires after an illustrious career spanning five decades.
CELEBRATING THE RED, WHITE AND BLUE!
A big salute to military heroes and heroines and the authors who create them.