March 2008 (issue 289)

 

COVER STORY

 CELESTE BRADLEY
From spies to brides, her new Heiress Brides trilogy is poised for bestseller lists with back-to-back releases.

MEDICAL MYSTERIES
Tess Gerritsen, Eileen Dreyer and others discuss why hospital settings make for great thrillers.

 

FEATURES

ANDREW GROSS
James Patterson's former co-writer is on the way to the top with his second solo book.
READ THAT MOVIE?
Authors weigh in on the film versions of some of their favorite books and reveal how they live up to readers' expectations.
AMERICAN TITLE IV
It's down to the final four and their ability to craft dialogue in the next-to-last round of our writing competition.

CLUBHOUSE: Author Spotlights  and News

 HelenKay Dimon
This divorce attorney turned romance novelist now delivers happy endings.
Karen White
How a fear of water inspired her new novel.
Joan Johnston
A busy year for this author, with a new book, reprints, rewrites and a new series.
Gemma Halliday
What are her five essential tips for dating?
Marianne Mancusi
Translating the news business into fiction.
Elizabeth Amber
An archeological dig leads to erotic tales.
Maya Banks
When New York came calling, Banks was ready to respond.

FAN FORUM: Reader Columns

Under the Covers
Series Rap Sheet
Book Sleuth
Paperback Roundup
Contest
Author Sightings
Quips and Queries

PROS ON PROSE

WRITING MULTICULTURAL
Sharon Ewell Foster provides more tips for how to add a multicultural cast to your story.
AGENT'S PERSPECTIVE
Bookends agent Jessica Faust tackles an aspiring writer's first three pages and offers sound advice for a publishable novel.

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