by | Jul 3, 2020 | Rogue Roundup

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

In early June, NYT best-selling author, Laurie R. King went Rogue, sharing info about her writing style, daily routine and divulging details on her newest release, RIVIERA GOLD.

Nest, best-selling thriller writer Joseph Badal came by and filled in the secrets behind his latest novel, PAYBACK.

Who knew that Heather Young harbors a hidden literary passion for fantasy and sci-fi. It’s a passion that informs her newest release, THE DISTANT DEAD, and makes it a book we all need to read.
June 15 marked the first ROGUE READS online presentation featuring special guests: Robin Burcell, John Gilstrap, Joseph Badal and Don Bentley. You definitely want to check out the Rogue Reads video on the Rogue Facebook page.
The Real Book Spy’s Rogue Recommendation, Mike Maden, releases his final Jack Ryan Junior novel FIRING POINT, and passes off the franchise to Don Bentley. A terrific choice for a replacement, but Maden will be missed.
Have you ever wondered where the name Ponzi came from, as in Ponzi scheme? Lisa Black reveals that the name comes from Charles Ponzi, an Italian who came to America with dreams, BIG dreams. He saw BIG profits, too, until….
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