LISA GARDNER GOES ROGUE

KJ Howe: #1 NYT bestseller Lisa Gardner has had a lifelong passion for the outdoors, exploring places that few of of us have been privileged to experience. But with that adventurous spirit comes a certain amount of danger. How does Lisa decide when she goes ONE STEP TOO FAR? Welcome, Lisa and...

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JACQUELYN MITCHARD GOES ROGUE

Chris Goff: Jacquelyn Mitchard is the NYT bestselling author of 22 novels, whose first novel, The Deep End of the Ocean, was the inaugural selection of the Oprah Winfrey Book Club, with more than 3 million copies in print in 34 languages. Her new book, The Good Son, is...

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RICK BLEIWEISS GOES ROGUE

KJ Howe: Rick Bleiweiss is truly a Renaissance Man—he has been a musician, a record company executive handling HUGE acts like the Backstreet Boys and Britney Spears among others, a publishing professional at Blackstone—and now he is debuting his cozy mystery featuring a most unique and charismatic...

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OTHO ESKIN GOES ROGUE

KJ Howe: To spy or not to spy—that was the question Otho Eskin was asked given his illustrious foreign service career. Delve into the fascinating history that led Otho to pen his latest thriller, HEAD SHOT. And decide for yourself what his real backstory was… She Married a Spy  By Otho Eskin...

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JAMES SWALLOW GOES ROGUE

KJ Howe: James Swallow suggests we do judge a book by its cover, and I couldn’t agree more. We’re all influenced by color, design, and artistic bent. Studies have demonstrated that a dynamic cover can entice readers to pick up your novel and give it a try. James will delve into why covers are...

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BILL McCORMICK GOES ROGUE

Chris Goff: In 2017, at ThrillerFest in NYC, I had the pleasure of meeting a fellow thriller writer William Burton McCormick, who lives in Ukraine. He was particularly interested in my novel RED SKY, set in eastern Ukraine. Fast forward three years, and imagine my surprise when I received a note...

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LYNNE REEVES GOES ROGUE

KJ Howe: Does your protagonist have to be likeable? Author Lynne Reeves doesn’t think so. In fact, she feels it can be quite compelling to have a challenging character at the helm. Read on to discover why… Dark Emotions and Character Likability By Lynne Reeves No one’s ever accused me of writing...

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TESS LITTLE GOES ROGUE

KJ Howe: As a scuba diver, I’ve always found the octopus to be a fascinating sea creature, but I had no idea how intelligent and strategic these unusual looking creatures were until I read THE LAST GUEST by Tess Little. Join me in welcoming Tess to Rogue Women Writers and let those tentacles wrap...

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S. LEE MANNING GOES ROGUE

Chris Goff: Today we have the pleasure of hearing from a former Rogue S. Lee Manning, who’s latest book "Nerve Attack" is scheduled for release on September 22nd. A reformed attorney whose legal career spanned from Cravath, Swaine & Moore, a first tier New York law firm, to the New Jersey...

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