ROGUE FLASH – JENNY MILCHMAN’S E-BOOK ON SPECIAL SALE
ROGUE FLASH – JENNY MILCHMAN’S E-BOOK ON SPECIAL SALE

Getting some snow this weekend? It's time to pick up a new weekend read! Jenny Milchman's thriller, Cover of Snow  just went on sale on Bookbub! From now until 3/15/21, you can buy the e-book for $1.99! This is a limited sale, so be sure to purchase Cover of Snow  while the sale lasts. Waking up...

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ZJ CZUPOR’S MYSTERY MINUTE
ZJ CZUPOR’S MYSTERY MINUTE

A Thumb Print and What Came of It In America, Samuel Langhorne Clemens, (Mark Twain, 1835-1910), was the first to introduce fingerprinting into fiction. In his memoir, Life on the Mississippi, he wrote a chapter entitled, “A Thumb Print and What Came of it.” (James R. Osgood & Co.,1883). Twain...

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HOORAY, IT’S THE PANDEMIC!  (Just kidding.)
HOORAY, IT’S THE PANDEMIC! (Just kidding.)

Well, not entirely kidding.  There were (surprisingly) some really good things.  This month marks a full year of quarantining for many of us who didn’t have to leave home to work.  We are grateful, John and I, to have been able to stay here. Remember last March as the pandemic was just starting to...

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J.T. ELLISON GOES ROGUE
J.T. ELLISON GOES ROGUE

We are delighted to welcome New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of more than 25 novels and the EMMY award winning co-host of the literary TV show, A Word on Words, J.T. Ellison. With millions of books in print, her novels have been published in 25 countries. Here J.T. tells us where...

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RELATIONSHIPS: FICTION VS. REAL LIFE
RELATIONSHIPS: FICTION VS. REAL LIFE

The Big Reveal In July, I will have the distinct pleasure of discussing this topic with fellow Rogue Carla Neggers in our X-Treme CrafFest session entitled “Character Relationships,” airing during Virtual ThrillerFest XVI, June 28-July 10, 2021. Attendees can tune into over 100 conversations...

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NOT ROMANTIC LOVE: 8 THRILLING READS FOR FEBRUARY
NOT ROMANTIC LOVE: 8 THRILLING READS FOR FEBRUARY

Did anybody else have those carnation campaigns around Valentine’s Day in high school? I think they were a student council fundraiser, maybe to pay for prom. The fact that I don’t really know shows my relationship to the carnation sales (and also to high school). I didn’t even go to prom, and I...

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