Rogue Women Roundup!

by | Jun 7, 2019 | Rogue Roundup | 1 comment

Use the links below to binge read our May blogs

From personal Mothers’ Day tributes to 3 days with a KGB colonel and an inside look at disaster zone forensics, you’re in for thrills, chills, and adventure.  Read on!

Have you forgotten your New Year’s resolutions? Rogue Robin Burcell remembers hers, and ‘fesses up … can you guess how well she did keeping them?

The Real Book Spy makes his first Rogue Recommendation: Ghost Target: A Sniper Novel by Nicholas Irving and A. J. Tata. Wow!  Talk about serious danger and heroic characters.  Can you guess why it’s deemed “Rogue?”

What goes on behind the scenes of a mass disaster? Rogue Lisa Black discusses her work with an emergency mortuary response program.  You’ll get the details the news leaves out.

We all have Rogue Women in our lives. The Rogues delivered A Mothers’ Day Salute to our mothers and other important female Rogues in our lives, with an intro by Rogue Chris Goff.

Have you ever spent time drinking and talking with a KGB colonel?  Rogue Gayle Lynds recounts three days with Russian Julian Semyonov in France….

Methods the best spies in the business use to infiltrate, sabotage, disguise, and protect our country are revealed in two brand-new books brought to our attention by Rogue Karna Small Bodman
If you’re contemplating doing something completely outside your comfort zone, you’ll want to read Make ‘Em Laugh by Rogue S. Lee Manning. Why?  She conquers “general” anxiety to do — (Ed. Note: I’m scared just typing this) — STANDUP!

Dealing with those well-meaning people who are trying to kill your dream? Rogue Jamie Freveletti gives first-rate advice on how to ignore them. 

And a big Congratulations to KAY KENDALL, the winner of the Rogue Three Year Anniversary Celebration Giveaway.

Thanks for reading … and please leave a comment to let us know what you’d like to hear from us in June!  

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  1. Rogue Women Writers

    So many great articles to review here. As for June — how about suggestions for our summer reading lists….Karna Bodman