November 2009 (Issue 309)

 

COVER STORY
 

JOY NASH
The Druids of Avalon return in Nash's vibrant and sensual Celtic-themed romance, which brings Arthurian legend to life in a fictitious second-century Britain.

MATCH YOUR PASSION TO A COZY
Tea lover? Home dec fanatic? Puzzle enthusiast? A guide to which cozy mystery is right for you. 

 

FEATURES

DIANA GABALDON
The creator of the Outlander series talks about her latest installment and the future of Jamie and Claire.
SANDRA BROWN'S SURPRISE
The author shifts gears with a Depression-era tearjerker just in time for the holidays.
CREATIVE COOKBOOKS
Check out some cookbooks inspired by popular fictional series and add some new recipes to your holiday lineup.
BEHIND THE SCENES
How live-action role-play, or LARP, at a sci-fi convention inspired Diane Whiteside's new paranormal romance.
LINDA HOWARD
A Q&A with this fan favorite reveals her thoughts about her bestsellers and the past, present and future of publishing.
A SCOT'S QUEST
A journalist explores the worldwide appeal of romances set in her beloved homeland, with surprise findings.

CLUBHOUSE: Author Spotlights and News

Nalini Singh
It's No. 9 for the Psy-Changelings.
Kristin Cashore
Fires up sci-fi readers.
Debutante Corner
Three new authors take their maiden voyages in urban fantasy, historical romance and series romance.
Three Questions for ...
Some big names at the RWA conference reveal what genre they'd love to write in -- and why writing is the best job ever.

FAN FORUM: Reader Columns

Tidbits and Gossip
Series Rap Sheet
Book Sleuth
Paperback Roundup

PROS ON PROSE

THE WRITING JOURNEY
Is blogging in Jennifer Madsen's future? And will it help her land an agent?
AGENT'S PERSPECTIVE
Jessica Faust wonders if a shorter query is in fact sweeter.

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