ROGUE FLASH: A Killer’s Game
ROGUE FLASH: A Killer’s Game

An FBI agent with a background in cryptography. A brilliant game maker bent on revenge. A deadly battle of wits and wills ensues in A Killer's Game, Wall Street Journal bestselling author and Rogue Isabella Maldonado's upcoming thriller. Launching June 01, this ingenious thriller, described...

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Z.J. CZUPOR’S MYSTERY MINUTE
Z.J. CZUPOR’S MYSTERY MINUTE

The Mysterious Demise of Edgar Allan Poe By Z. J. Czupor Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) was a genius in poetry and prose and only lived to the age of forty. While living and in death, he has had a profound impact on literature as an editor, poet, short story writer, lecturer, and critic.  ...

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DECEMBER ROGUE ROUNDUP
DECEMBER ROGUE ROUNDUP

What we Rogues talked about, researched, and revealed in December… Rogue Women Writers celebrated the holidays by giving away a cornucopia of books to one lucky winner on our Newsletter list! When you see a puzzle, a hidden message, or a secret code, do you have an urge to solve it? Let’s face it,...

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WHEN VACATIONS GO BAD
WHEN VACATIONS GO BAD

By Chris Goff Alas, it happens. On the tails of Lisa's travel tips, I thought I would share my insight on how to deal with vacation mishaps. We've all had them.  Refuse to engage. Family issues top the list. Let's face it, as much as we love family, it can be stressful getting the whole gang...

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HOLIDAY TRAVEL TIPS
HOLIDAY TRAVEL TIPS

By Lisa Black Late November and December are the nation's busiest travel periods. Here are some life hacks to smooth your journey: Dress for comfort. You’ll be seated for hours, so that means soft shirts and stretchy pants—yoga pants and leggings or your nicest set of workout clothes. But you want...

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THREE CHRISTMAS CLASSICS THAT ALMOST WEREN’T
THREE CHRISTMAS CLASSICS THAT ALMOST WEREN’T

By Alex Kava A Christmas Carol, It’s A Wonderful Life, and Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer. They’ve become synonymous with Christmas, but did you know they almost didn’t happen? A Christmas Carol In 1843, Charles Dickens already enjoyed literary success with several novels, including Oliver Twist....

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