September 2010 (Issue 319)
Romance authors and fans discuss why heroes and heroines with disabilities bring depth and passion to this bestselling genre.
This historical romance author follows her chosen path and faith, joining the growing inspirational market.
OUTLANDER - FROM THE HERO'S PERSPECTIVE
Diana Gabaldon returns to the Outlander world with a colorful retelling of the story in graphic novel format.
SERIES ROMANCE SNAPSHOT
A look at the worldwide popularity of short-format romance novels and why they have such a lasting appeal.
This A favorite turns back the clock to Victorian England in a prequel to her Mortal Instruments series.
The story behind how Farrah Rochon turned her family's obsession with competitive football and her own love for the game into a popular series for Kimani.
FAN FORUM: Reader Columns
Non-Fic Picks & Readers Poll
Series Rap Sheet
A genre switch has lit a fire under the author and her fans.
The Extraordinary author on the power of friendship.
The RT Award winner sells us on her charming hometown.
PROS ON PROSE
FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS
Series authors and BFFs Kimberly Lang and Lynn Raye Harris give tips on how to write for Harlequin Presents.