ROGUE FLASH – Tosca Lee’s WWII Novel
ROGUE FLASH – Tosca Lee’s WWII Novel

It's official! Our very own Tosca Lee has signed on to write her World War II novel, The Long March Home, with Revell—a division of Bakers Publishing Group. This coming-of-age story is set for a May 2023 launch and was co-authored with fellow bestselling author Marcus Brotherton, who recently...

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AUGUST ROGUE ROUNDUP
AUGUST ROGUE ROUNDUP

What we Rogues talked about, researched, and revealed in August… Rogue Jenny Milchman has been loving summer and it shows in her writing. She starts August off by teaching us how to let the season inspire our work-in-progress and inform our writing flow in her blog post "Summertime and the...

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MAD (WO)MAN? GETTING YOUR BOOK TRAILER ON TV
MAD (WO)MAN? GETTING YOUR BOOK TRAILER ON TV

by Lisa Black I created a television commercial for my current release, Red Flags, and aired it on local channels twenty times in five days. The cost to me? A whopping—and deductible—$289. I should add that I know nothing about film composition, video technology, or advertising. We’ve all become...

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MOM’S STORIES
MOM’S STORIES

by Tosca Lee Mom, 1958 I got the gift of a lifetime in the mail a few weeks ago. It was Laura—My Story, a book written by my mother. It isn’t her first book; my mother is a genealogist and has published several volumes already on our family history. But it’s the first that is uniquely hers. Within...

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THE CAREFUL AGING OF A SERIES CHARACTER
THE CAREFUL AGING OF A SERIES CHARACTER

by Alex Kava Alex Kava’s Grace and Maggie O’Dell are two of readers favorite characters. Last month, I received this Facebook message from a reader with a great question: “Maggie O’Dell was my introduction to thrillers back when I was maybe 14 or 15 years old, so I’m really happy there’s this...

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

The Queens Of Crime by Z.J. Czupor In the span of sixty years from 1920-1980, five women published 143 mystery novels and dominated the genre in what is known as the “Golden Age” of British mystery fiction. Agatha Christie, Dorothy L. Sayers, Margery Allingham, Josephine Tey, and Ngaio Marsh were...

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