NOVEMBER ROGUE READS WINNERS ANNOUNCED!
NOVEMBER ROGUE READS WINNERS ANNOUNCED!

Four lucky registrants for Rogue Reads on November 14th won books from the featured authors! Jean of Colorado won a copy of Jess Lourey's The Quarry Girls! Mary Kay of Florida won Robin Cook's Night Shift. She says, "OMG that's amazing!!!  I love Rogue Reads and your organization. ...

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NOVEMBER ROUNDUP
NOVEMBER ROUNDUP

What we Rogues talked about, researched, and revealed in November… We began November with a rogue Rogue: Chris Goff. After seeing Antarctica in 2019, Chris and her husband scheduled two trips in the following years, one of which was to the Arctic. Each were postponed. After being pent up for two...

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CRACKING CAPTIVATING CODES
CRACKING CAPTIVATING CODES

By Isabella Maldonado When you see a puzzle, a hidden message, or a secret code, do you have an urge to solve it? Let’s face it, cracking a code is a dopamine hit mixed with an adrenaline rush. From ancient times, humans have been forced to extrapolate from clues in their environment and solve...

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Rogue Flash: Holiday Mega-Giveaway announced!
Rogue Flash: Holiday Mega-Giveaway announced!

Rogue Women Writers wants to celebrate the holidays by giving away a cornucopia of books to one lucky winner! All you have to do is sign up for our newsletter by Dec. 15th. (If you already receive it, you’re automatically entered in the holiday giveaway.) (US addresses only, with great apologies...

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JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER?
JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER?

By Karna Small Bodman When selecting the next book to read, are you influenced by a friend’s recommendation, a review you saw, the current bestseller list, the author’s name, or perhaps by the cover? And, if you’re in a bookstore (thankfully there are still a few around), you probably check out...

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BREAKING IN A NEW PAIR OF SHOES
BREAKING IN A NEW PAIR OF SHOES

By Tracy Clark I've had a heck of a time writing lately. Shirtsleeves up. Eyes on my laptop. Fingers on the keyboard. Digging for diamonds like those seven little Disney guys. I started a new crime series. And I’m a pantser. Feel me? This means I started with zip, which is fine. I always start...

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