Friday, April 5, 2019

Rogue Women March Roundup!

Rogue Women Roundup!
Exciting news: The Rogues make the cover of The Big Thrill.  And there's a terrific feature story with lots of interesting stuff about us inside, too.

How do authors achieve "bestselling" status? Check out Rogue Karna Small Bodman's "Tips from the Experts" where she shares notes from ThrillerFest workshops conducted by the best in the business: here.

Avid reader? Writing a manuscript? Rogue Jamie Freveletti compiles some great writing conferences that you might enjoy.

How good of a job do we do with our youngest criminals? Rogue Lisa Black discusses kids and jails.

Rogue Robin Burcell shares her picks for the Worst Commercials of 2019, giving us an idea of how branding affects a product.

Ever wonder where you got those chocolate brown eyes? Rogue Chris Goff did, then shared some insights on what it means to have your DNA tested.

The adventures of a female thriller author in publishing.  As Rogue Gayle Lynds discovered, yes, she -- and you -- can!

This month the Rogues highlighted two guest speakers. First, Ausma Zehanat Khan describes her attempt to re-sensitize herself and her readers about the human costs of hate in her latest book, A Deadly Divide.

Then Elisabeth Elo, author of Finding Katarina M., shares some tips on writing, how she works, what she thinks, and insight into the mind of her childhood-self.

How do books get turned into movies? Find the highlights to writing a novel film companies will want to produce here. 

And just for fun, and because we're all readers ... here's confirmation you’re brilliant, strong, and very nice!  Happy weekend!

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