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Weekly Lecture Schedule for August 23-27, 2010: Edie Ramer, Laurie London, Tawny Weber & Laurie Schnebly Campbell

Hello, everyone!

RU Crew, you won’t want to miss a single moment this week! Visit RU and chat with Edie Ramer, Laurie London, Tawny Weber and Laurie Schnebly Campbell. We’ll see you there!

Mon, 8/23 – Crafting Your Career – Edie Ramer, whose light paranormal CATTITUDE will soon be available on Smashwords and Kindle, will talk about books that fall between the cracks.

Tue, 8/24 – Debut Author’s Journey – Debut author Laurie London gives us an inkling of how a writer spends her time between the sale of the first book and its revisions.

Wed, 8/25 – Anatomy of the Mind – Meet Alex, Tawny Weber’s latest Harlequin Blaze hero, and learn what makes this “surfer with smarts” tick.

Fri, 8/27 – Chaos Thoery of Writing – Laurie Schnebly Campbell explains how to muss up your hero by giving him the right fatal flaw.

All Romance University lectures are generously provided by our Visiting Professors. RU is a tuition-free zone!

Best regards,

Kelsey Browning, Adrienne Giordano, Tracey Devlyn & Carrie Spencer

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2 Responses to “Weekly Lecture Schedule for August 23-27, 2010: Edie Ramer, Laurie London, Tawny Weber & Laurie Schnebly Campbell”

  1. I’m lost. How do I get to the lectures themselves?

    Thanks

    Posted by Jean Drew | August 22, 2010, 1:28 pm
  2. Hi Jean,

    Our lectures act like blog postings. So, on the lecture date you’re interested in, visit our site, click on the link to the lecture (it’ll show up nice and large on the Home page), read the lecture, and then leave a question/comment. Our guest bloggers generally stop in a few times during the day to answer reader questions.

    Make sense?

    Tracey

    Posted by TraceyDevlyn | August 22, 2010, 1:43 pm

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