It’s officially the new year, so that means The Rebound’s new hardcover is almost out!

You can grab it exclusively at Barnes & Noble on January 23rd.



Armed with only hazy memories, a woman who long ago witnessed her friend’s sudden, mysterious death, and has since spent her life trying to forget, sets out to track down answers. What she uncovers, deep in the woods, is hardly to be believed….

I just started this ALC and I am loving it.


I am chugging along on my Gilmore Girls rewatch. I just stared S7 and everything is a MESS. And Jess is gone… Well, at least until I get to the revival. 

I also finally started Wednesday. AND the new season of Letterkenny. 

What are you watching this winter?


As far as listen goes, I am spending my time listening to Radio Headspace to start my days. And a healthy habits course on Insight Timer. I guess my Midnights obsessed phase has passed and I am on a music hiatus. What are you listening to?


Here we are…in 2023. For some, this is like any other year. But for me, it’s a milestone year. I have a big birthday this month, and I’m a fan of new beginnings. Does everything stick every time we try something new? No. But the beauty is in the trying. I started to make significant changes in December, so it made my start to the year less bumpy, though it was still a little tiring.

In mid-December, I deactivated my personal profile on Facebook under my pen name (it was my only remaining profile), and I archived my reader group. I also deleted all social media apps from my phone. That means everything on social has been scheduled, and it takes me longer to respond. But my head already feels clearer. I need time away from the toxic culture of the internet to rediscover my love of reading, writing, and my relationship with myself. That means all vital information will be shared HERE first and foremost. I’ve always resented being on social media to hear the news, so I won’t force that upon anyone else.

I took the month of December off writing and dove back in with my twelve minutes-a-day habit on January 1st. If you’re a writer and interested in joining a group of other writers to create this daily habit, comment on this post and I’ll give you the information. 

Until then, happy reading.


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J.R. Rogue first put pen to paper at the age of fifteen after developing an unrequited high school crush and has never stopped writing about heartache. She has published multiple volumes of poetry and novels. Her work has been recognized with three Goodreads Choice Awards nominations. In addition to her writing, J.R. Rogue is a certified yoga teacher with additional certification in Yoga Nidra and Trauma-Informed Yoga.

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