This contemporary romance star returns with P.J. and Jared's story in Coming Undone.
SCHOOL'S IN SESSION FOR THESE AUTHORS
By day they're schoolmarms and by night they're penning steamy tales of romance. Find out who they are.
ORBIT TAKES OFF
Lilith Saintcrow and Karen Miller launch this wildly popular overseas sci-fi/fantasy imprint set to tackle the U.S. market.
CLUBHOUSE: Author Spotlights and News
Family is at the center of her life and work.
Ride the storm with the ladies behind this new author.
An author moves from satire to thriller.
The South Beach Chicas are back for more.
The debut novelist sheds light on The Dowry Bride.
Guiding Light Read
A Star celebrity reporter becomes a thriller writer.
This Regency author moves to the Italian Renaissance.
After 25 years, this historical author celebrates her 100th novel.
FAN FORUM: Reader Columns
Under the Covers
Series Rap Sheet
Quips and Queries
PROS ON PROSE
We've all heard that old refrain about writing what you know. But what exactly does it mean? Leslie Wainger explains.
First, third or even second? Just whose point of view should you use for your story? James Scott Bell gives you the lowdown.
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