MARCH ROGUE ROUNDUP

by | Apr 1, 2021 | In the Rogue Limelight, On writing | 0 comments

Here’s what we Rogues talked about, researched, and revealed in March…

First, Sherry Knowlton took us on a guest blog trip to Botswana. She discussed the process of researching her latest book, Dead on the Delta, which involved safaris, elephants, and lions — oh my!

After a year of the pandemic, our very own Gayle Lynds reflected on the ways that time indoors has brought her family closer together.

On this month’s Mystery Minute with ZJ Czupor, we took a deep dive into the forensic and literary history of fingerprint evidence.

As we welcomed the onset of the ever-elusive spring season, Carla Neggers gave us a delicious recipe perfect for Maple-sugaring season.

We took a trip back in time with Karna Small-Bodman to the chilling day of former United States President Ronald Reagan’s attempted assassination. As his Deputy Press Secretary, she has a unique perspective…

Then, The Real Book Spy gave our readers his monthly recommendation, which happened to be one of this month’s Rogue Reads guests, CJ Box!

Alma Katsu joined our fabulous compilation of guest bloggers this month, sharing what it’s been like to write a spy novel after 30 years spent working for the CIA and NSA.

Lastly, Lisa Black wrote about her face-to-face experience with a convicted murderer. So chilling to think about!

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