BARBARA ROSS GOES ROGUE

Gayle Lynds: Barbara Ross’s novels always move me. They’re riveting! In her newest one, Muddled Through, modernization sends residents of a Maine resort into turmoil. Add valuable pottery, town meetings, and unfortunate death, and you have adventure, a retired National Geographic female...

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TESS GERRITSEN GOES ROGUE

Introduction by KJ Howe: Writing one dynamic book is a real accomplishment. Keeping a series fresh is a monumental task. It takes a creative mind and an endless amount of energy. Learn from iconic author Tess Gerritsen how to keep your series sparkling. Welcome to the Rogues, Tess! Keeping A...

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Z.J. CZUPOR’S MYSTERY MINUTE

Before There was Stephen King… There was… by Z.J. Czupor You may not know this author's name, but you'll certainly recognize his works. He only wrote seven novels, and they were all adapted into films. He wrote tense, taut plots in multiple genres including mystery, Gothic horror, and science...

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LETTING MY CAREER GO TO THE DOGS

by Alex Kava Spoiler alert! It’s a good thing. It was nine years ago this summer when I decided to write a new series. The latest installment (#11, Stranded) in my long-running FBI profiler series was scheduled for release in August that year. Pre-orders outpaced previous books. The publisher even...

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MAY ROGUE ROUNDUP

What we Rogues talked about, researched, and revealed in May… May began with a flash—a Rogue Flash, that is. On the second of the month, we announced the winners of the April Rogue Reads Giveaway: Judith from Nebraska and Cindy Bower of Ohio won Fallen Creed and Death of the Black Widow,...

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APRIL ROGUE ROUNDUP

What we Rogues talked about, researched, and revealed in April... April storms kicked off the month, bringing us a delightful surprise in the form of thriller author Mike Lawson. Mike went rogue to pose us this question: What risk does a writer and his publisher take in publishing a stand-alone...

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A REAL COP’S TAKE ON FICTIONAL WOMEN WITH A BADGE

By Isabella Maldonado I confess to a love-hate relationship with police procedurals—be they novels, TV shows, or movies. After 22 years wearing a gun and badge, I’ve followed the shifting image of the female police officer, detective, federal agent, and other women with a badge with interest. For...

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ZJ CZUPOR’S MYSTERY MINUTE: The Rage of a Writer

By ZJ Czupor Chester Himes If you stopped to chat with this famous author on the street, you might decide he had few redeeming qualities and keep walking. And you might, on second thought, think that with his sketchy past, he was a lost cause. Just look at his early record: As a student at...

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TESS LITTLE GOES ROGUE

KJ Howe: As a scuba diver, I’ve always found the octopus to be a fascinating sea creature, but I had no idea how intelligent and strategic these unusual looking creatures were until I read THE LAST GUEST by Tess Little. Join me in welcoming Tess to Rogue Women Writers and let those tentacles wrap...

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