Since 2009, Romance University has published upwards of 1700 posts. We’re proud to be a part of the diverse romance writing community. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has contributed to our success.
Our deepest gratitude to RU’s 2016 Visiting Professors:
VISITING PROFESSORS 2016
Virginia Kelly – Five Google Search Tips for Authors
Keri Ford – Writing as a Southerner
Mary Buckham & Margaret Crowley – The Power of Workshops: A Behind the Scenes Look
Tonya Kappes – Newsletters=Marketing Gold
Silver James – Flashing Through Writer’s Block
Kathi Daley – Come for the Murder, Stay for the Romance
Amy Lynch – Self-Confessed Bridezilla
Rose Scott – 8 Ways to Touch the Heart of Your Reader
Kate George – The Celtic Allure
Jackie Weger – Learning Indie Author Ropes – Just Don’t Hang Yourself
Sandra Beckwith – 7 Killer Ways to Promote Your Romance Novel
Houston Havens – Plotting: The Flow of Your Story
Trish Milburn – Marketing in Disguise
LuAnn McClane – Second Chance Romance
Angela Han – The Top 55 Apps for Writers in 2016
Jules Bennett – Oh…You Write Romance?
Lori Wilde – So You Want Me to Write a Children’s Book?
Danielle Bartlett – What Does a Publicity Director’s Job Involve?
Jessica Lemmon – How to Market Without Losing Your Mind
Frances Caballo – Romance Writers: Find Your Readers on Pinterest
Jeannie Moon – Stepping off the Hamster Wheel
Deborah Blake – When the Book Fights Back
Katia Lief – What Lies at the Heart of Suspense?
Suzanne Ferrell – Capitol Danger: A Collaboration
Elizabeth Harmon – Sports Romance is More Than the Score
Sherry Lewis – Avoiding Author Intrusion
Joanna Campbell Slan – Out, Out, Damned Writer
Katherine Hall Page – Navigating a Long-Running Series
Robin Gianna – Create Characters Your Reader Will Care About
Adite Banerjie – Tripping Over Tropes
Betty Hechtman – How to Write a Mystery Yarn
Chris Keeslar – Voice, Pitch & Strike
Màiri Norris – Starting a New Author’s Group – Part One
Barbara Bettis – Starting a New Author’s Group – Part Two
Beppie Harrison – Starting a New Author’s Group – Part Three
Angela Ackerman – How to Vividly Describe a Setting That You’ve Never Visited
Hazel Gaynor – An Interview with Hazel Gaynor
Natalie J. Damschroder – Finding the Strength to Persevere
Ed Gaffney & Jason T. Gaffney – #AwkwardNotAwkward: Why I couldn’t Wait to Write a Gay Sex Scene with my Gay Son
Melanie Brockmann Gaffney – If You’re Reading This, You’re Probably into Books
Kim Headlee – Twitter Marketing for Authors
Stacy Marone – The Importance of Book Covers for New Authors
Rachael Thomas – Tackling the Synopsis
Sonali Dev – Pitching is the Key
Elizabeth Bemis – What’s in a Voice: Or Two Sides of the Same Scene
Susan Sey – Playing Hurt
Laura Stapleton – The Secret to Self-Publishing Success
C.C. Dragon – Happy Halloween…Who You Gonna Call?
Ava Branson – Finding My Voice…and Other Mid-life Tales
Philippa Lodge – Introverts and Conferences
Joanne Dannon – Self-Publishing is a Collaborative Effort
Nancy Naigle – Writing Holiday Romances
Laura Trentham – Contests: Stepladder to the Top or Waste of Money?
Piper J. Drake – Multi-tasking vs. Task-switching
Tracy Tappan – He Said, She Said
Barbara Wallace – It Happens to the Best of Us
We’d also like to express our heartfelt appreciation to RU’s Regular Contributors for their commitment and contributions.
REGULAR CONTRIBUTORS 2016
Laurie Schnebly Campbell
Posts by RU Staff
Becke Martin Davis
RU will be on hiatus until Wednesday, January 4, 2017. We wish you the very best this holiday season. Happy 2017!
The Romance University Staff: Carrie Peters, Becke Martin Davis, and Jen Tanner
Romance University Founders: Tracey Devlyn, Adrienne Giordano, and Kelsey Browning
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