IN TIMES OF TROUBLE

by Jenny Milchman I wasn’t sure if I was going to be able to write my blog post this week. It’s the first time I’ve put words on the screen since my beloved father died shockingly and unexpectedly a little over two weeks ago. No one in the family who loved him so much knew that he was sick with...

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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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NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS FOR THRILLER READERS & WRITERS

by Jenny Milchman It’s that time of year again. Happy 2021, Rogue Readers! I hope that whether these 12 goals resonate with you and become part of some fun to-do’s, or just provide interesting things to consider, they offer a lens into this thrilling reading, writing life that brings us all...

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HOW TO WRITE A THRILLER IN 8 EASY STEPS

by Jenny MilchmanOK, maybe not so easy. But I realized that we find so many amazing thriller and suspense titles on Rogue Women Writers—from a handful of just the most recent posts there are books by Wolf Bahren, Kate Flora, Barbara Ross, Richard Cass, Lisa Jewell, Gerry Boyle, and James...

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WHEN WOMEN MEET MONSTERS

by Jenny MilchmanIt’s a cruel world out there and unfair things happen in it. It used to be that you couldn’t read the news without being made aware of that reality—now we can hardly step outside our homes without being faced with the masked evidence of a potentially lethal combatant.I believe...

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ROGUE FLASH: Read all about new Rogue JENNY MILCHMAN

by Liv Constantine New Rogue and award winning author Jenny Milchman has been a storyteller all her life. Here is what she says:“When I was five years old, my kindergarten teacher bound my first story in blue-flocked wallpaper, and I knew that I wanted to write books. Thank you, Ms....

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