May 2012 Issue 339
Find out why success as an author of young adult fiction was Fated for Alyson Noël.
Teen fiction tackles tough topics. But what’s too tough for young readers?
Molly Harper asks Charlaine Harris what’s next for Sookie and company.
THE SELF (PUBBED) SHELF
RT picks the best and brightest of self-published fiction by genre.
LAUREN DANE SPACES OUT
Writing ménages comes easy to Dane, who loves both traditional and indie publishing.
GUNN’S A BLAZIN’
We bid farewell to the Mr. Romance competition by saying “Hello” to Len Gunn.
COMICS: WILSON GOES WORDLESS
F. Paul Wilson discusses telling his story silently in a new graphic novel, The Pines Abide.
Michele Jaffe talks identity theft in her new novel, Ghost Flower.
We’ll Always Have Paris
Until I Die author Amy Plum French-kisses and tells.
PROS ON PROSE
AUTHOR BRANDING, CHAPTER THREE
Angela James lays out her next five steps for branding success.
AUTHOR BRANDING, COLLECTIVE WORKS
The Rock*It Reads writers dish on how a collective dials branding up a notch.
New Additions & News for 2013
COMING NEXT MONTH
MOM’S THE WORD
Allison Brennan and Laura Griffin keep motherhood suspenseful.
RIDERS ON THE STORM
Larissa Ione saddles readers up for her latest release, Lethal Rider.