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Becke Martin Davis

Becke Martin Davis has written 374 posts for Romance University

Upbeat Authors by Trish Milburn

TweetI’ve known TRISH MILBURN – and have been a fan of hers – for a long time. When she recently posted about UPBEAT AUTHORS, it really resonated with me. I hope you’ll feel the same […]

Get Bang for Your Buck with Regional Conferences: #1 -Connecticut Fiction Fest 2017

Tweet  Whether you’re a New York Times Best Selling author or a not-yet-published writer, conferences are the place to go for real-world networking experiences. Where else can you meet your favorite authors, pitch to agents […]

Defusing Outlining Confusion by Miranda Nading

TweetPlease welcome author MIRANDA NADING! Her practical advice on outlining should be useful to plotters and pantsers alike. After finding myself backed into a creative corner with Canyon Echoes, and using a rudimentary version of […]

READ A LITTLE, READ A LOT by Laurie Schnebly Campbell

TweetWe are very excited to welcome back the awesome LAURIE SCHNEBLY CAMPBELL!   You want readers to devour every word you create, right? Whether it’s a 400-page saga or a 4-page short story, you want […]

And the winner is…DIANNE CASEY!

TweetOn Wednesday, Visiting Professor Erika Chase aka Linda Wiken announced a giveaway:   I’m offering your choice of a signed copy of Toasting Up Trouble or Roux the Day to someone who leaves a comment. It will be a […]

GETTING OUT FROM BEHIND THE KEYBOARD by Susan Hatler

TweetSometimes social media is a pain in the patootie. Occasionally, it’s a good thing, like when I came across New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Susan Hatler and her books via Facebook. Please […]

Cooking up the Culinary Mystery by Linda Wiken aka Erika Chase

TweetPlease welcome LINDA WIKEN, who also writes as ERIKA CHASE, to her first guest spot at Romance University! As regular followers of RU will know, our goal is to provide helpful information to writers – […]

Story Within the Story by Suzanne Brockmann

TweetSuzanne Brockmann is famous for telling a story within a story in her books. It’s a technique that romance writers, in particular, can use to a powerful effect.  Telling a story within the story is […]

Write What You Want to Know by Vicki Delany

TweetMessage from Becke: I met Vicki Delany, who also writes as Eva Gates, at the fabulous MALICE DOMESTIC mystery conference a few years ago. There was a big gap in my knowledge of Canadian authors, […]

Plan: Read by Suzanne Brockmann

TweetWe’ve all heard the advice that it’s best not to read while writing, in case we somehow accidentally absorb details from our reading materials into our own writing. New York Times Best-Selling Author SUZANNE BROCKMANN joins […]

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