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Archives - April 2010

Authors Malena Watrous and Deborah Johnson discuss how writing made them a bit apprehensive of one another before Malena married into the family, and each gained an invaluable resource and someone who understood what it's like to write. Below: Deborah, Malena and baby Max during a recent trip to the railroad.
Growing up Yael Goldstein Love's mom, Rebecca, would enchant her with great stories. She knew that Yael loved the power of sustained make-believe, thus it came as little surprise as the daughter who loved stories crossed over from a precocious kid to a writer.   How did you as a mom feel when you learned your child wanted to write a book?
April 20, 2010 On Sale Today --- Tuesday, April 20th

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The Coming Soon feature strives to keep you up to date on all the week's book releases. Some notable titles releasing this week include:   DELIVER US FROM EVIL by David Baldacci THE 9TH JUDGEMENT by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro
When Shirley Jump decided to stretch her wings writing a YA novel, her daughter Mandy, 16, became her perfect writing partner. Find out how they worked together and the challenges they overcame to publish THE WELL under the pen name A.J. Whitten
New York Times bestselling author Sandra Brown is also one proud mom. Her son Ryan’s first book, PLAY DEAD, will be in stores on May 4th. Read on about what they each say about the other’s writing and what they share in the experience of being writers.
New York Times bestselling author Francine Rivers and her daughter Shannon Rivers Coibion used the "divide and conquer" approach when they set about writing BIBLE STORIES FOR GROWING KIDS. What motivated them to write this type of book and what did they learn?
Mary Higgins Clark is the "Queen of Suspense," and her daughter Carol Higgins Clark is a bestselling mystery writer in her own right. So, what happens when the two of them team up to write their Christmas books? Do sparks fly? Do they write together or alone? And just how do they do the research for their plots? Here they unlock the mystery behind their teamwork.
Laura Lippman's Baltimore-based Tess Monaghan series will be adapted for a television production. Her husband, David Simon, is the creator of The Wire and Homicide: Life on the Streets. Lots of cop talk in that house!  
April 14, 2010 Regional Bestseller Roundup - April 14th

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The Coming Soon feature strives to keep you up to date on book releases every Tuesday, as well as into the future.