COMMUNICATING ON ZOOM
COMMUNICATING ON ZOOM

By Karna Small Bodman For all of us authors, Zoom has been a great way to connect with readers, among others. I figure everyone reading this has a Zoom account and receives many invitations to join meetings from time to time. We don’t pay attention to the technology involved we simply take it for...

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MOVING MERCH: BETTER WITH A BUDDY
MOVING MERCH: BETTER WITH A BUDDY

By Tracy Clark Writing books is fun, mostly. Going out in the world and trying to persuade readers to buy your book, or even pick it up from the library, can be terrifying. Picture yourself at a signing table. One table. One chair. Your books stacked there waiting for someone to care. You’re...

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UPDATE: NOT FOUR BUT FIVE FABULOUS AUTHORS!
UPDATE: NOT FOUR BUT FIVE FABULOUS AUTHORS!

By Lisa Black Not four, as previously announced, but five fabulous authors will be featured at next Monday's Rogue Reads, including Hart Hanson, writer and creator of the TV shows Bones, Backstrom, and The Finder. June 10, 2024 7 PM EST Tune in for a lively conversation with HART HANSON, STUART...

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MAY ROGUE ROUNDUP
MAY ROGUE ROUNDUP

It’s a Rogue Roundup: See what we Rogues discovered, researched, and talked about in May... We started May off somewhere special–the sacred space writers go to make the word flow. Alex Kava tells us of her sacred place and the disaster which destroyed it. Bringing a book to life varies...

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THE 2024 ROGUE WOMEN WRITERS ANNIVERSARY GIVEAWAY
THE 2024 ROGUE WOMEN WRITERS ANNIVERSARY GIVEAWAY

By Lisa Black It’s summertime! The season to kick back with the beverage of your choice and a good book while you watch the kids in the pool, wait for your flight or stretch out in the sand! To help you make the most of the good weather, one lucky subscriber to our monthly newsletter will win this...

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LYING IN WAIT FOR HOUDINI THE FOSTER CAT
LYING IN WAIT FOR HOUDINI THE FOSTER CAT

By Lisa Black If you’ve ever perused my social media feed, you may know that last year I fostered four of the most impossibly adorable kittens ever. This year the animal shelter gave me a mom cat with two newborns kittens, so tiny they never moved from the carrier. I set out the litter box and...

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ON TOUR WITH DEAD WRITERS: BREADWINNER
ON TOUR WITH DEAD WRITERS: BREADWINNER

This is the old New York City Police Headquarters at 240 Centre Street (Little Italy neighborhood of Manhattan). Built in 1905 in the Beaux Arts, Baroque, and Renaissance Revival style, it replaced an older building on Mulberry Street where Theodore Roosevelt served as New York City Police...

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