by | Mar 2, 2024 | Rogue Roundup

It’s a Rogue Roundup: See what we Rogues discovered, researched, and talked about in February

Remember the old ‘70s TV show Police Woman? It starred Angie Dickinson as Det. Pepper Anderson: capable police sergeant, fierce fighter, … and damsel in distress? Tracy Clark takes a closer look, revealing the dangers of “pulling a Pepper” on your female protagonist.

February Rogue Roundup

Has age ever felt like an impediment to your goals? Karna Small Bodman breaks up the stereotypes around aging and brings us inspiring stories of authors who succeeded late in life in How Old Are You—Really?

Next, Isabella Maldonado takes us deep within our own minds, past the self-doubt and fear to find…Batman? She explains what why we’re searching for Batman—and how Beyoncé did as well—in her blog Channel Your Inner Batman.

February Rogue Roundup

It may come as a surprise to many of us in the Northern Hemisphere, but spring seems to be returning! Sheltering from her local snow melts of Mid-February, Jenny Milchman paused her writing to create for us a Blooming Bouquet of Reads—a list of the spring releases she’s most excited for!

Lastly, Z.J. Czupor closed out the short month with a new On Tour with Dead Writers, centered on a switchboard operator at the Shelton Hotel who eavesdropped on high profile guests at the start of her prolific writing career which boasted, in total, 51 bestsellers. Who was she? Read the full clue and discover the answer on February’s On Tour with Dead Writers.

Thank you for joining us for the February Rogue Roundup. Our next On Tour with Dead Writers will drop on March 12th. Signup for the Newsletter for an extra clue—our last winner used it to win!
Join us on March 18th for the next Rogue Reads.
And, until next time, stay Rogue.

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