Urban Fantasy author CJ Redwine will critique one lucky reader’s query letter on the first Monday of each month. Readers should send their query letter in the body of the email to QueryWriting101@RomanceUniversity.org. If your query letter is chosen, please be aware that it, along with C.J.’s critique, will be posted on our website for educational purposes.
Mon, 5/3 – Crafting Your Career: C.J. Redwine returns for another installment of Query Writing 101.
Wed, 5/5 – Anatomy of the Male Mind: Author Blythe Gifford reveals how chivalry and knighthood defined a man and how he should behave. She’ll discuss the gap between reality and the ideal.
Fri, 5/7 – Chaos Theory of Writing: Author Kimberly Llewellyn gives hope for humor-oriented writers and talks about why comedy is serious business!
Remember, 2010 is the Year of the Sub-genre at Romance University. Each month, we will poke, prod, and beg publishing professionals close to the sub-genre to give us the latest information. Is it hot? Is it not? On May 17, we’re highlighting multi-cultural romance with author L.A. Banks and Kimani Press Executive Editor Glenda Howard.
All Romance University lectures are generously provided by our Visiting Professors. RU is a tuition-free zone!
Kelsey Browning, Adrienne Giordano, Tracey Devlyn and Carrie Spencer
PS - Want RU’s weekly lecture schedule in a cool new email format straight to your in-box? Sign up on RU’s homepage or any of the lecture posts!
- Weekly Lecture Schedule for May 10-14, 2010: Karin Harlow, Wayne Levine & Sally Bayless
- Weekly Lecture Schedule for May 17-21: L.A. Banks, Brenda Novak, Jeannie Ruesch & Theresa Stevens
- Multi-Cultural Romance Sub-genre: Hot? Not?
- Extra Credit! Query Writing 101 Lab
- Weekly Lecture Schedule for November 7-11, 2011