What we Rogues talked about, researched, and revealed in January…
Guest blogger Jacqueline Mitchard (who also happened to be one of our wonderful Rogue Reads guests from last month) kicked off January for us! She chatted all about her new book, The Good Son, an emotionally charged story you won’t want to miss.
Then, Karna Small Bodman revealed her exciting predictions for 2022. And surely in this age of rapidly changing technology, it’s going to be one of the most fascinating years yet!
Next, Tosca Lee shared with us her fondest memories from her Korean family’s New Year traditions! She took some time at the start of this year to reflect on the teachers who have shaped her life.
At the end of 2021, a disturbing film was released to the public: Nightmare Alley. A remake of the 1947 film based on a crime novel, it was penned by an author who had a particularly nightmarish life! Read Z.J. Czupor’s latest Mystery Minute.
If you’ve been following along with our amazing holiday giveaway series, you’d know that we announced the final giveaway winner… Was it you?
Gayle Lynds’ ASK THE ROGUES this month was all about winter writing habits. Some writers love winter and others yearn for palm trees and warm breezes. Dear Rogues, how do winter and your writing get along?
#1 New York Times Bestseller Lisa Gardner has had a lifelong passion for the outdoors, exploring places that few of of us have been able to experience. But with that adventurous spirit comes a certain amount of danger. Read all about her recent novel and dangerous escapades!
A new year has dawned and it’s that time of year when most of us leap into the new and shiny and kick off the old and spent. Read Tracy Clark’s 2022 writing goals! Oh, and then congratulate her on her most incredible accolades.
Lastly, Karna Small Bodman closed the month with some curious thoughts about author’s intent. As George Bernard Shaw once observed, “The best way to get your point across is to entertain.”
What blog did you resonate with this month? We hope you had an energized January!