What we Rogues discovered, researched, and talked about in January:
Chris Goff reported from seas down under with the tale of her cruise to nowhere.
Next, Z.J. Czupor fascinated us with the life and mysterious death of Edgar Allan Poe.
In a Rogue Flash we learned that Rogue Isabella Maldonado‘s upcoming release has been declared “one of the most anticipated thrillers of 2023” by The Real Book Spy.
Gayle Lynds then asked us: is it easier to write in winter?
In another Rogue Flash, Tosca Lee had a special deal for readers with her WWII tale, The Long March Home, co-written with Marcus Brotherton.
As Tracy Clark‘s new book Hide bursts out of the gate, she reflected on why there’s nothing subtle about a book launch.
Rogue Reads roared back into the new year for a fascinating hour with our very own Tracy Clark, James Ziskin, Elle Cosimano, & Ausma Zehanat Khan.
Karna Bodman told us about some amazing inventions that came about by happenstance and how serendipity can also touch a writer’s work!
In yet another Rogue Flash, we learned how using the art of mystery and suspense, well-known writers have merged their innate talents to create Infinity: A Suspense Magazine Anthology.
This March 2023 release will include the Rogues Tosca Lee, Isabella Maldonado, and K.J. Howe alongside other bestselling mystery and thriller authors.
We wrapped up January by announcing the four lucky registrants who won our wonderful guest authors’ books at the January Rogue Reads event.
Thank you for joining us for January’s Rogue Roundup. Stay tuned during February for more great stuff from the Rogues!