HUMPHREY HAWKSLEY GOES ROGUE

Submitted by Karna Small Bodman I am delighted to welcome BBC reporter and thriller writer, Humphrey Hawksley, as a guest blogger to our Rogue page. I got to know him at our International Thriller Writers conference in NY - "Thrillerfest" -- where he told me tales of traveling to remote and...

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Mother Nature—the Ultimate Adversary

by K.J. HoweCountless adversaries ratchet up the tension in thrillers, TV shows, and films these days. Spies, serial killers, mafioso, drug cartels, terrorists, neighbors, spouses, super-secret organizations, governments; the list goes on and on. We use real-life villains to create authenticity in...

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KAREN DIONNE GOES ROGUE

Why does it take so long to publish a book? Answers!by Gayle Lynds:  What an exciting day!  In the Rogue Limelight is the amazing Karen Dionne – yes, THAT Karen Dionne, author of THE MARSH KING’S DAUGHTER, the hypnotic psychological suspense novel that set the publishing and reading...

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DAVID MORRELL GOES ROGUE

THE DIZZYING “META” OF ONCE UPON A TIME … IN HOLLYWOOD by David MorrellArtist: Tom Richmond imitating Jack Davis   Consider this TV Guide cover. There’s no date, but it would have been around 1963. It features a cartoon of Jake Cahill, the main character of a half-hour TV Western called...

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INSPIRATION COMES IN MANY FORMS

by Chris GoffAsk any writer where they get their ideas, and most will tell you they have more ideas than they have time to write. But what triggers their inspiration?I can't speak for others, but outside of personal experiences, my ideas often start by reading something in the newspaper, from...

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Rogue Women August Roundup!

Use the links below to binge read our posts from AugustHere's what we Rogues talked about, researched, and revealed in August....Though some of us tried to help, Rogue Robin Burcell succumbed to puppy fever. You can read about her adventures with her cute little ball of fluff here.Have you ever...

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HIDDEN TREASURES

by Chris GoffWho isn't obsessed with treasure-hunting?From the time I was a little girl and my father read me "The Story of Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves," I have dreamed of finding treasure. The story comes from a collection of Middle Eastern folk tales known as the "Arabian Nights" or "One...

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