March 2002 (Issue 217)
From liposuction to love, this fan-favorite author tackles her first contemporary with fresh, funny results.
This multifaceted author discusses her three back-to-back "Deadly" books for spring and her passion for the Bragg family.
The amazing story behind the little publisher who could, and did rise to the top of the multicultural phenom.
WHAT'S YOUR SLEUTH-TYPE?
Take the sleuth quiz and find out which type of amateur sleuth most appeals to your personality and reading fantasies.
Lisa Hendrix, Linda O. Johnston, Barbara Klaser, Ana Leigh, Kinley MacGregor, Julie & Sandy Moffett, Susan Meier, Norah-Jean Perkin, Lisa Plumley, Karen Rose Smith, Susan Squires, Rebecca York
Suzanne Brockmann, Bette Ford, Gwynne Forster, Shirl Henke, Lindsay McKenna,
Quips & Queries
PROS ON PROSE
FINESSING FOLKLORE FOR FANTASY FICTION
Master fantasy storyteller Juliet Marillier tells how.
MASTER CLASS II - LESSON 3: NO HOOK, NO INTEREST
Book doctor LeAnn Orrico shows how to transform your dull opening into a grabber.
PATH TO PUBLISHING
Cindy Cruciger talks about life after the call from an interested agent... or two!
More 2001 Highlights
COMING NEXT MONTH
RT'S 2001 BEST BOOKS AND AUTHORS
RT reviewers announce the best books and authors for 2001 from 1500-plus titles published. Will your favorites make the cut?
JEAN AUEL'S NEXT IS FINALLY HERE!
It's been 12 years, but at last the next installment in Jean Auel's blockbuster saga, SHELTERS OF STONE, is released, and we'll have all the scoop. Don't miss it!