OTHO ESKIN GOES ROGUE

Kimberley Howe: When I hear "art theft," I always flash on the movie, The Thomas Crowne Affair. If you delve into Otho Eskin’s new novel, you’ll learn about a dazzling heist that still remains unsolved today—an event he uses as a springboard for a compelling story that brings big Pharma together...

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LOOKING FOR A REAL-LIFE HERO

By Isabella Maldonado For my most recent novel, I wanted a lead character who was an action hero like Jack Reacher, Jason Bourne, Mitch Rapp, or Scot Horvath. But my hero had to be a woman. And she had to be believable. After some research, I learned such women do exist in real life. They are...

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JUNE ROGUE ROUNDUP

It’s a Rogue Roundup: See what we Rogues discovered, researched, and talked about in June… We began the month with a Giveaway Announcement. Four lucky registrants of our May Rogue Reads won their own new escapist reads. Did you miss May's event? June's too!? Well, we missed you. Tune in again in...

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SERENDIPITY IN OUR LIVES

By Karna Small Bodman Serendipity, n. The occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way. We’ve all heard the term, and we may have experienced it now and then, but have you ever thought about how so many things in our lives are there because of chance or an...

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IS WINTER A WRITER’S FRIEND?

By Gayle Lynds  Reposted from January 2018, when the snow was even deeper than it is now. Brrr! Our front yard.  Yep. It’s true that winter can drive some of us writers into dark, metaphorical caves, but then we escape the despair and boredom by throwing ourselves into our writing. Whew. Or,...

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SUMMERTIME AND THE WRITING IS EASY

By Jenny Milchman Let’s face it, writing is never exactly easy. Even on the best days, when the words seem to appear on the screen by magic, to move from our brain to our electrified fingers like lightning bolts, we wind up flattened and enervated by EOD, as if we really did just experience 10,000...

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