November 2005 (Issue 261)
COVER STORY: MICHELE SCOTT
EQUALITY FOR WEREWOLVES
Carrie Vaughn brings a werewolf heroine into the mainstream in her clever debut novel.
TURKEY DAY TWIST
Discover how some of your favorite characters (and their creators) will spend the Thanksgiving holiday.
• What's the appeal of this emerging genre--and why is it popular now?
• A recommended reading list of books, past and present, with psychic elements.
• A glossary of terms and definitions of the various kinds of psychic abilities.
PLUS A look at the Psychic Sunday program scheduled for next year's RT Convention in Daytona Beach.
CLUBHOUSE: Author Spotlights and News
Code Name: Action! A fan fave delves back into the paranormal.
Take this author's quiz to find out if you're really a werewolf.
Authors Maggie Anton and Stobie Piel talk about the magic of love spells.
A ghostwriter takes on a new name and finds a niche in the mystery genre.
An American Title contestant wins readers with her tale of a plus-size heroine.
This Silhouette author sizzles with sensational smokejumper tales.
FAN FORUM: Reader Columns
Under the Covers
Series Rap Sheet
Readers to the Rescue
Quips and Queries
PROS ON PROSE
CROSS-TRAIN YOUR BRAIN
How to learn more about your characters by taking a cue from playwrights.
Agent Lucienne Diver offers advice on how to successfully cross genre boundaries.
COMING NEXT MONTH
HAIL TO HARLEQUIN
A celebration of what's ahead in women's fiction from the "first publisher" of romance.
CREATE YOUR OWN READING SPACE
Tips and tricks on how to enhance your reading experience in a special mini-theme issue.
In the Spotlight: Psychic Sunday Program and Speakers