March 2003 (Issue 229)
FORENSICS & ROMANCE
NEARLY 20 YEARS STRONG
A look at Stella Cameron's star-studded career and her newest Mayfair Square release.
TACKLING THE WILD WEST
Romantic suspense author Sharon Sala turns the Old West on its ear with a nontraditional book—and a new publisher.
LETTER FROM JUDITH
After four years in writer's seclusion, Judith McNaught surfaces with a message for readers.
MYSTERY IN THE MAKING
Debut author Michael Gruber leaps onto the mystery scene with an electrifying thriller.
Everyone's favorite shopaholic is back—and this time, she's getting married. Can her Visa card handle it?
CLIMBING TO SUCCESS
New author Pamela Clare gets her budding career back on track with a stunning historical debut.
Susan Andersen, Katie MacAlister, Pamela Morsi, Alexis Harrington, Karyn Monk, Beth Saulnier, Jo Goodman, Lorna Landvik, Deirdre Martin, Karen Whiddon, Diane Haeger, Kim Murphy, Sandra Hill, Annie Solomon, Leslie Glass
Books Into Film
Win Your Own Bookstore
5 Classics Not to Miss
Giveaways & Contests
Media Tell-Alls Take Off!
Quips & Queries
PROS ON PROSE
PATH TO PUBLISHING
Cindy Cruciger wants to set her own pecking order—and sell that book!
MASTER CLASS III—LESSON 3: WE'VE GOT YOUR ANSWERS
Ann Peach continues to answer new writers most frequently asked questions on writing and getting published.
BEHIND THE SCENES
A MODERN-DAY LAIRD
Fiona Hood-Stewart takes readers to the mystical isle of Skye, where a contemporary laird inspires her new novel, THE LOST DREAMS.
BACK WITH A VENGEANCE
Eileen Dreyer is back after a four-year hiatus with a spine-tingling suspense that's well worth the wait.
COMING NEXT MONTH
For her first hardcover, this romance favorite tackles sisterly bonds and sibling rivalry in a poignant story.
INSIDE FIVE STAR PRESS
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