by | Feb 1, 2021 | Rogue Roundup | 1 comment

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

Most people make resolutions at New Year’s, but Rogue Jenny Milchman goes all out and makes resolutions for every month of the year.

ZJ Czupor takes a hard look at Mario Puzo in “He Did It For the Money,” a tale of how the Godfather came to be.

Ever wonder if a writer’s background made them the writer they are? Chris Goff spills the beans in Shoutout Colorado. Chris Goff tackles the pandemic with the idea for a new book: The Spy Who Worked From Home.

His first novel won the ITW Thriller and Barry Awards and was nominated for Edgar®, Anthony and Hammett Awards. And his sixth book, The Breaker, is just coming out. Nick Petrie shares with the Rogues just how hard writing can be.

Plenty of authors write really good action sequences, but few have ever really lived that life. Not true for this months The Real Book Spy‘s Rogue Recommendation, Brad Thor. Check out his new thriller: American Traitor.

Carla Neggers told us how to create a writing space that ‘sparks joy‘.

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