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Weekly Lecture Schedule: Mon., February 10 – Fri., February 14, 2014

Roses are red, winter is horrid
It’s a good thing my reading list
is rather torrid.

Apologies for the poor attempt at rhyming, but all this cold weather is pickling my brain. Post your own G-rated version of “Roses are red” in the comments, and one lucky winner in the Continental U.S. will receive a prize. The winner – and the prize details – will be announced on Valentine’s Day.

Mon., February 10 – “Deepening Motivation and Plot in Historical Fiction” with Marci Jefferson

Wed., February 12 – “Ten Lessons I Learned Writing a Real-Life Romance” by Harlequin senior editor Patience Bloom

Fri., February 14 – Spend Valentine’s Day with Handsome Hansel at RU

Remember – Romance University Lectures are tuition free! =)

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3 Responses to “Weekly Lecture Schedule: Mon., February 10 – Fri., February 14, 2014”

  1. Rose are red, winter is blue.
    Cozy up to a fire and
    read a book or two!

    Posted by Alicia Coleman | February 10, 2014, 10:35 am
  2. Thank you, Alicia!

    Posted by Jennifer Tanner | February 10, 2014, 3:41 pm
  3. roses are red, violets are blue
    can’t wait til winter’s over
    i don’t want the flu!

    Posted by Carrie Spencer | February 13, 2014, 11:34 pm

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