A BLOOMING BOUQUET OF READS
A BLOOMING BOUQUET OF READS

 By Jenny Milchman No matter what the groundhog reported, it’s still blissfully chilly where I live, the ground as hard as iron and snow on all the peaks (even though we had to do without enough of the white stuff down at lower elevation). You’re probably getting the idea that I absolutely...

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CHANNEL YOUR INNER BATMAN
CHANNEL YOUR INNER BATMAN

By Isabella Maldonado What do Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Beyoncé Knowles, Steve Jobs, and Kobe Bryant have in common? They all had to overcome shyness, public challenges, or inner struggles to perform at the highest levels—while the world was watching and judging their every move—and conceal...

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HOW OLD ARE YOU—REALLY?
HOW OLD ARE YOU—REALLY?

By Karna Small Bodman Satchel Page once said, “How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you are?” That’s an intriguing question. I recently discovered one clever way to find out. I read an article in The Wall Street Journal about three companies/laboratories who use a DNA sample to estimate...

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JANUARY ROGUE ROUNDUP
JANUARY ROGUE ROUNDUP

It’s a Rogue Roundup: See what we Rogues discovered, researched, and talked about in January… Tosca Lee started January off by telling us her favorite part of writing: meeting you. While she loves second drafts and the editing process, both pale in comparison to rediscovering her novel thru her...

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NEVER PULL A PEPPER
NEVER PULL A PEPPER

By Tracy Clark I just checked my latest manuscript for Pepper. I’m good! Remember the old ‘70s TV show Police Woman? It starred Angie Dickinson as Det. Pepper Anderson? I do. In fact, I remember it every time I sit down to write, because there are some things I have to remember not to do, thanks...

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HOLIDAYS: COMMEMORATION, CELEBRATION, AND JUST PLAIN FUN!
HOLIDAYS: COMMEMORATION, CELEBRATION, AND JUST PLAIN FUN!

By Chris Goff On January 15th, the United States honored Martin Luther King, Jr. He was a great man, a Baptist minister and a social activist who played a key role in the American civil rights movement. Through peaceful protest, he sought equality and human rights for African Americans, the...

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OTHO ESKIN GOES ROGUE
OTHO ESKIN GOES ROGUE

Kimberley Howe: When I hear "art theft," I always flash on the movie, The Thomas Crowne Affair. If you delve into Otho Eskin’s new novel, you’ll learn about a dazzling heist that still remains unsolved today—an event he uses as a springboard for a compelling story that brings big Pharma together...

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