An Exclusive Authorlink Interview with Valerie Ann Leff First-time author of Better Homes and Husbands (St. Martin's Press, June 2004) By... View Article
An Exclusive Authorlink Interview with Kate Lehrer Author of Confessions of a Bigamist (Shaye Areheart Books/Crown/Random House, May 2004) By Doris... View Article
An Exclusive Authorlink Interview With Randall Wallace The New York Times bestselling author of Pearl Harbor Oscar-nominated screenwriter of Braveheart... View Article
An Exclusive Authorlink Interview with Rachel Cline Author of What to Keep (Random House, April 2004) By Doris Booth August... View Article
An Exclusive Authorlink Interview with Bob Welch Author of American Nightingale (Atria/Simon & Schuster, June 2004) By Doris Booth July... View Article
Do we dare let the baby drive? Lu Hanessian, host of "Make Room for Baby" on the Discovery Health Channel, touchingly answers the question in her first book about navigating the rough road of new motherhood.
In her 11th novel, My Sister's Keeper, New York Times bestselling author Jodi Picoult tells the heartbreaking story of what happens when a mother and father decide to create a child for the purpose of saving the life of another sick and dying sibling. Jodi explores the ethical, moral, and emotional fallout involved in genetic planning, and examines what it means to be a good mother, father, sister and a good person.
Michael Feiner, a former Fortune 500 executive turned professor at Columbia Business School, has developed a different set of laws for managing a successful business. In his book, The Feiner Points of Leadership, the author presents 50 leadership laws covering the more emotional, human side of effective managementareas usually neglected in business books.
Laurie Lynn Drummond spent eight years as a uniformed police officer for the Baton Rouge Police Department, until a fateful on-the-job auto accident flipped the course of her life forever. In her superb debut book about female police officers, Laurie tells the gritty, brutal truth about her work, while capturing the courage, compassion, fears, and vulnerability of five women whose ten stories take one's breath away as they face the shimmering images of death and brutality.
Lisa Tucker is the author of the intoxicating book, SHOUT DOWN THE MOON (Downtown Press/Pocket/Simon & Schuster, April 2004) In her second work (following her acclaimed debut novel, The Song Reader), Lisa offers a mesmerizing story of a young woman whose past threatens to destroy the life she has created for herself and her young son.