by | Jan 1, 2022 | Rogue Roundup

What we Rogues talked about, researched, and revealed in December…

To start off the month, Otho Eskin wrote an insightful guest blog. Delve into the fascinating history that led Otho to pen his latest thriller, “HEAD SHOT.” And decide for yourself what his real backstory was.

This month, we announced a spectacular series of holiday giveaways! The first giveaway launched on December 2nd and we continued to announce the second, third, fourth, and fifth giveaways throughout the month! You can review the winners on our blog.

Then, Karna Small Bodman received an incredible review of her book, Checkmate. Read it here!

If you’re still looking to add to your New Year’s reading list, check out this curated selection chock full of new, best-selling books! And as a bonus, you can savor Karna’s family recipe for Christmas Pudding Cake!

Rick Bleiweiss went Rogue this month! In the blog, he detailed the inspiration for his mystery, Pignon Scorbion & the Barbershop Detectives.

In keeping with holiday spirit, this month’s Mystery Minute with Z.J. Czupor highlighted great English novelist Charles Dickens. But this blog wasn’t about “A Christmas Carol.” Instead, it detailed the mystery shrouding his final novel, “The Mystery of Edwin Drood.”

Next, we celebrated Tosca Lee and her stunning cover feature for “Books & Buzz.” Check out the cover and her interview!

Lisa Black wrote a captivating blog this month, stemming from an initial curiousity, “What fascinates us about rich people killing each other? Sure, every society is subject to celebrity worship, but why does that interest increase exponentially when the story involves murder?” Read her theories here.

Later, Jenny Milchman provided us with the perfect resource for last minute gifts. She includes perfect recommendations for the foodie, the clothes horse, and more!

Lastly, the Rogues wish you all a Happy New Year!

What blog did you relish most this month? We hope you had a wonderful holiday season and we can’t wait for what’s in store in the new year!

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