October 2001 (Issue 212)
The New York Times bestselling author gives new voice to Daphne du Maurier's classic gothic tale.
Sisterhood is powerful in this mainstream debut, THE SISTERS OF THETA PHI KAPPA.
This talented author pushes the envelope with her latest romance, THE GINGERBREAD MAN, which deals with kids at risk.
A.J. Adler, Rhys Bowen, Lisa Cach, Jamie Denton, Ria Dimitra, Carole Nelson Douglas, Lee Emory, Katherine Greyle, Lorraine Heath, Cheryl Holt, Kate Huntington, Marcia King-Gamble, Susan McBride, Elaine Nichols, Regina Pounds, Jill Shure, Karen Rose Smith, Lisa Smith, Karen S. White, Susan Wiggs, Eileen Wilks
Cherry Adair, Stephanie Bond, Tori Carrington, Shannon Donnelly, Lara Rios
Quips and Queries
FOOD, FANTASY & FICTION
Spend five unforgettable days with the top names in romance.
5 DAYS, 10 TRACKS, AND 100 WORKSHOPS:
Everything you need to build a successful and long lasting writing career!
MEET THE PAGEANT CONTENDERS
They're daring, dashing, and oh, so debonair!
PROS ON PROSE
WHEN THINGS GO WRONG
Maggie Osborne gives tips for tackling writer's block.
PATH TO PUBLISHING
MASTER CLASS: LESSON 10
Jennifer Crusie reveals the intricate structure behind gripping conflict.
ADVENTURES IN RESEARCH
Susan King gives new meaning to the term "first-hand research."
COMING IN THE NEXT ISSUE
Susan Grant rallies for "the regular guy" in romance and authors unite to create a perfect Thanksgiving menu!