|Use the links below to binge read our November posts|
Here’s what we Rogues talked about, researched, and revealed in November…
Bestselling thriller writer Boyd Morrison steps into the Limelight to reveal how he writes. Here are 9 things you might not know about him.
In “A Real-Life Boardwalk Empire,” Rogue Lisa Black describes how political corruption in her native Cleveland is simply Atlantic City history revisited.
Rogue Robin Burcell discusses what she’s learned about writer’s block and lists tips to get past it and boost productivity.
The Real Book Spy reveals this month’s Rogue Recommendation: Marc Cameron’s Tom Clancy Code of Honor.
And, here’s what Marc Cameron has to say about writing the new Clancy book, and what it was like when author extraordinaire, Mark Greaney, recommended him to take over the Jack Ryan series.
Meet “A Younger Jessica Fletcher for the First Time” in Jon Land’s tour-de-force, A Time for Murder.
Our Rogue duo, Liv Constantine, share their amazing experience in the UAE participating in the Sharjah International Book Fair. It’s “A Trip of a Lifetime!”
Another of our favorite authors, Ellen Crosby, steps into the Rogue Limelight to talk about her mesmerizing mysteries series set in the Virginia wine country. You’ll learn intriguing bits of history about the Founding Fathers, and get involved in fascinating searches for documents and bootleg Madeira.
In Thanksgiving Tales from Wartime, Rogue Gayle Lynds recounts wonderful true stories from the last 19 years of soldiers & other personnel serving in our various wars. All of us Rogues give a heartfelt thank you to those who serve!