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, a testament to the impact of her work on readers.
In addition to her writing, J.R. Rogue is a certified yoga teacher with additional certification in Yoga Nidra and Trauma-Informed Yoga. She is passionate about mindfulness and meditation, and currently studying Foundations in Meditation. Furthermore, J.R. Rogue has been sober from alcohol since January 1st, 2020, a personal achievement that she is proud of and that has strengthened her commitment to mindfulness and wellness.
J.R. Rogue resides in a small town in the Midwest with her family, where she enjoys a peaceful life reading and telling stories. Through this website, you can explore her work, keep up with her latest news and events, and learn more about her journey as a writer and yoga teacher.
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The Return Goodreads Giveaway!
➞ https://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/show/367681-the-return I’m hosting a Goodreads Giveaway where you can win one of three signed paperbacks of The Return!Read More
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THE GIRL NEXT DOOR IS FREE
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NATIONAL POETRY MONTH EBOOK SALE
➞ I’m offering a special discount on my Ebook Poetry Collections. Use code NAPOWRIMO at checkout to get 50% off your purchase. https://jrrogue.shop/collection/poetry-collectionsRead More
#NAPOWRIMO PROMPTS 2023
➞ And Then There Was Light Happy National Poetry Month! As always, here’s the list of 30 poetry prompts from me and @kat.savage that you can use everyday in April as inspiration for a poem, short story, or scene!Read More
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