March 2007 (Issue 277)

 

COVER STORY

ALYSSA DAY
Alesia Holliday explains why a new genre and new name have opened doors for an old love.
SOPHIE KINSELLA
A candid interview reveals why the Shopaholic queen is shopping for two, and what's next.

 

FEATURES

COMIC BOOK INDUSTRY WOOS WOMEN
Anita Blake, Buffy and the Lords of Avalon find new life in a format usually reserved for male audiences.
THE ALLURE OF THE LOST CITY
Find out why the sudden interest in Atlantis has fiction authors cashing in.
AMERICAN TITLE III
It's two more down and four to go as a new round of competition begins.
T. JEFFERSON PARKER
The crime writer talks fish and fiction with friend and fellow writer Brian M. Wiprud.
RT AWARD NOMINEES
Find out who's on our list for best books and authors of 2006.

CLUBHOUSE: Author Spotlights  and News

Lisa Kleypas
A historical author finds time for a contemporary Texas tale.
Sharon Sala
Life forces this writing dynamo to take a break and focus on being a "survivor."
Erika Kendrick
This new author dispels the myth of cheerleading bimbos.
Julia Latham
Find out why Gayle Callen is taking a pen name for her newest novel.
Lydia Joyce
It's a new take on the Pygmalion tale.
Annie Solomon
What's behind the lens of her new story?

FAN FORUM: Reader Columns

Under the Covers
Series Rap Sheet
Book Sleuth
Paperback Roundup
Travel Spot
Authors on Authors

PROS ON PROSE

NOVELIST'S BOOT CAMP
Todd Stone provides tips for that most crucial writing step -- revision.
WRITING WORKSHOP
What your characters say and how they say it speak volumes about who they are.

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