ROGUE FLASH – April Rogue Reads Giveaway Winners!
ROGUE FLASH – April Rogue Reads Giveaway Winners!

Two lucky registrants from last month's Rogue Reads were randomly drawn to win giveaway copies of our guest authors' new books! Nebraska resident Judith won a copy of ALEX KAVA's new book, Fallen Creed. Judith tells us: "I enjoy participating in Rogue Women Writers' activities because they promote...

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APRIL ROGUE ROUNDUP
APRIL ROGUE ROUNDUP

What we Rogues talked about, researched, and revealed in April... April storms kicked off the month, bringing us a delightful surprise in the form of thriller author Mike Lawson. Mike went rogue to pose us this question: What risk does a writer and his publisher take in publishing a stand-alone...

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SAMANTHA BAILEY GOES ROGUE
SAMANTHA BAILEY GOES ROGUE

K. J. Howe: Canadian superstar Samantha Bailey believes that it takes a village to write a book. In what could be a lonely profession, she instead creates lifelong friendships. Welcome to the Rogues, Samantha! RIDE OR DIE WRITER FRIENDS by Samantha Bailey If you’d told me when I was a teenager,...

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A REAL COP’S TAKE ON FICTIONAL WOMEN WITH A BADGE
A REAL COP’S TAKE ON FICTIONAL WOMEN WITH A BADGE

By Isabella Maldonado I confess to a love-hate relationship with police procedurals—be they novels, TV shows, or movies. After 22 years wearing a gun and badge, I’ve followed the shifting image of the female police officer, detective, federal agent, and other women with a badge with interest. For...

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ALFRED HITCHCOCK AND A WAITRESS NAMED RITA
ALFRED HITCHCOCK AND A WAITRESS NAMED RITA

I’ve always been a fan of classic movies. “Sorry, Wrong Number,” “Gaslight,” “Rear Window.” Talk about building suspense. The classics definitely knew how to do it. I’m a visual writer, so I need a scene to play out in my mind before I can put it into words. But to build suspense, it’s not just...

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