Can you believe it’s February already? Here’s what we Rogues talked about, researched, and revealed in January as we opened 2020….
Gayle Lynds reveals 5 secrets to be successful AND happy in the new decade here.
Physical exercise is good for our bodies, but it’s also a mega-boost for our minds. K.J. Howe talks sports and the 7 Benefits of Finding Your Game.
Nine things we didn’t know about Lee Goldberg, New York Times bestselling author of LOST HILLS. Get the scoop as one of our favorite authors basks In the Rogue Limelight.
For writers looking for great ways to begin a novel, create chapter endings and put together intriguing and “satisfying” endings — Karna Small Bodman has tips for you here.
Have questions about publishing? Literary Agent Barbara Poelle might just answer them in her new book FUNNY YOU SHOULD ASK, an extension of her wildly popular Writers’ Digest column of the same name.
Technically correct isn’t always correct–at least in Lisa Black’s book–which she talks about here.
Rogue Flash: Brit female authors have blown the “old boys” club cover, while here in the U.S., women like the Rogues are doing the same. Read all about it in Gayle Lynds in the London Guardian.
Chris Hauty, January 2020’s Rogue Recommendation, is a debut author old enough to be a member of AARP. A screenwriter and a poet, this is a new political thriller you won’t want to miss.
Rogue Robin Burcell gives the 5 tips she wished she knew as a beginning novelist, but they’re good for anyone who writes. Be sure to check the comments for other tips!
Ever wonder where authors get their ideas. You’re going to want to follow in her footsteps as our own Lisa Black Goes (More) Rogue: In the Limelight.
10 Tips from top thriller writers – some great advice from those at the top of their game.
Andrew Grant goes Rogue and shares tales of the his tour while In the Rogue Limelight.