by | Nov 6, 2021 | Rogue Roundup

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

As the fall chill settled in to stay, Tosca Lee opened October with a thoughtful blog about writing through the changing seasons and all they bring.

Then, per Gayle Lynds’s invitation, each Rogue weighed in on what “haunts” them most when writing. Read on if you dare

Z.J. Czupor acquainted us with “The Queen of Crime Drama,” one award-winning, and bestselling author who never let adversity stand in the way of her dreams.

Did you know that Rogue Reads is often accompanied by a giveaway? Learn more and meet the winner of our September Rogue Reads giveaway here.

Next, Tracy Clark got curious about the process of “mind-writing,” the passive action of authoring a book in the midst of other daily tasks. Does your book unfold in your mind as you fold the laundry?

Later, Karna Small Bodman compiled a list of the Rogues’ all-time favorite books! From childhood favorites to modern marvels, this list runs the gamut.

Lynne Reeves went Rogue this month! She shared with us her perspective on writing unlikeable, dark characters for her latest book, “The Dangers of an Ordinary Night.”

Lastly, Lisa Black shared that she is a connoisseur of scary movies and gave us her curated list of her favorite chilling films!

What was your favorite moment from this past month?

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