THE CARE & KEEPING OF YOUR WRITER

Writing is a perilous business. At its best, the writer journeys through a portal deep into a fictional realm, and lives a multi-verse away from their nearest and dearest, causing all sorts of glitches like burnt dinners, or no dinners at all. At its worst, said fictional world does not appear on the page, causing said writer to turn into a roaring, demonic creature seldom seen outside of a William Peter Blatty novel.

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5 CHILLING BOOKS TO READ IN FEBRUARY

By Jenny Milchman WHEN NO ONE IS WATCHING by Alyssa Cole Sydney Green is Brooklyn born and raised, but her neighborhood seems to change every time she blinks. Condos sprouting like weeds, FOR SALE signs popping up overnight, and the neighbors she's known all her life disappearing. Sydney channels...

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DON’T PANIC! THERE’S STILL TIME FOR GIFTS GALORE

By Jenny Milchman The holidays are nigh and perhaps you haven’t tied the final bow—or even gotten around to shopping for all the someones on your list yet. Don’t worry, I’ve got you squared away. I roamed over hill and dale, traveled far and wide, to find just the right surprise purchase for even...

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6 WAYS TO SCARE YOURSELF WITH BOOKS & FILMS

By Jenny Milchman With Halloween coming to a close, I can't help wanting to enjoy the scary season for just a little longer. If you're not ready to lean into the full-blown holiday season quite yet, here's the remedy: six scary books and films to keep your fall on the spooky side! The Monster The...

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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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