Rogue Women September Roundup!

by | Oct 4, 2019 | Rogue Roundup | 2 comments

Use the links below to binge read our posts from September

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

Lisa Black debunks the five biggest myths about CSIs and what they do—and it may not be what you think!

It’s an age-old past-time. Who hasn’t been bitten by the treasure-hunting bug at one time? Rogue Chris Goff steps in for Robin Burcell and reveals one very real treasure that’s still waiting to be foundif you can decipher the poem.

Authors are used to hearing “Where do you get your ideas?” when the real question is, “Where do writers get their inspiration?” Rogue Chris Goff shares one method, with hilarious results.

Rogue Liv Constantine gives social media tips on what to do and not to do in the 7 Deadly Sins to Avoid on Twitter.

Lisa Unger goes rogue and talks to Lynne Constantine about writing, psychology, and trying to balance work and family in Penpal interview with Lisa Unger and Lynne Constantine.

You’ll definitely want to read Thriller Master David Morrell‘s brilliant essay on ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD, where he talks about how “real” Hollywood can make things seem. 

Karen Dionne’s The Marsh King’s Daughter was a major international success. Now, Karen Dionne Goes Rogue and shares news of her new book and insider info on publishing with Gayle Lynds.

The Real Book Spy’s September Rogue Recommendation is….drum roll…Vince Flynn’s Lethal Agent, written by Kyle Mills. TRBS and Kyle share their views on the series and writing.

K.J. Howe talks about how Mother Nature can be the most dangerous adversary of all. Delve into the world of earthquakes and hurricanes as a way of ratcheting up the tension with your fiction.

Thriller writer and BBC reporter Humphrey Hawksley, imparts a tale of traveling to the Bering Strait where Russia and America actually share a border in search of the perfect story.

Karna Small Bodman‘s piece featuring stories and movies about dogs reviews the history of how dogs became our companions, rescuers, and stars in bestselling books and feature films.

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  1. Gayle Lynds

    What great blogs! Loved reading every one!

  2. Rogue Women Writers

    I hope our readers will check out blogs here hat they may have missed — I gleaned great ideas and info from each one of them!…Karna Small Bodman