HUMOR IN CHALLENGING TIMES

by Karna Small Bodman A fellow member of the Author’s Guild suggested we create a thread of “Author Humor” to break up the monotony of always dealing with serious subjects of late. It is certainly true that authors are serious about doing excellent research, describing accurate locations, creating...

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10 RULES FOR WRITING A BEST-SELLING THRILLER

by Gayle LyndsEver wonder why so many suspense novels and thrillers top the best-seller lists and have millions of readers? When I first started writing, I thought about that a lot. I knew I personally loved characters with whom I wanted to spend a lot of time, and stories that kept getting...

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BRIAN ANDREWS GOES ROGUE

Brian is a US Navy veteran, nuclear engineer, and former submarine officer. He holds degrees from Vanderbilt and Cornell Universities and is a Park Leadership Fellow. Brian co-authors the Wall Street Journal and #1 Amazon best-selling TIER ONE military thriller series with Jeffrey Wilson...

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ROGUE WOMEN AUGUST ROUNDUP!

Here's what we Rogues talked about, researched, and revealed in August...Summer under the cloud of COVID--Rogue Chris Goff discussed her silver linings.  What happens when children and grandchildren move in for an unexpected four months this summer? Gayle Lynds reveals fun doing goat...

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THE DARK SIDE OF ONLINE ROMANCE

by Lisa BlackThe numbers of romance scams are overwhelming, but stories rarely go into the details of exactly who the victims are and what motivates them. One well-reported case is that of 56 year old Renee Holland of Pennsylvania, who began an online correspondence with a buff soldier named...

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THE VERY BEST COMPANIONS

by Karna Small BodmanAs we have been “hunkered down” for so many months, here’s a question for you: besides families, of course, who has turned out to be a most comforting companion to millions of people, especially those living alone? The answer is dogs! Even before the pandemic, we loved living...

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