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Jennifer Tanner

Jennifer Tanner has written 247 posts for Romance University

Five Ways Point of View Can Make You a Better Writer by Janice Hardy

Think you know POV? Janice Hardy shows us how POV can take your writing to a new level. Welcome back, Janice! Whenever a new writer asks me to share advice, “learn how to use POV” […]

Part 2: Tips for Writing Fight Scenes – Improvised Weapons by K.M. Fawcett

K.M. Fawcett returns with another post on writing fight scenes using items that aren’t weapons. If you missed K.M.’s first post, just click on this link.  Great to have you with us again, K.M.!  Thank […]

It’s All About Your Characters with Robin Gianna

Happy Monday, RU crew! Today, Robin Gianna discusses the importance of GMC in character development. One lucky commenter will win a copy of Robin’s latest book and a tote bag.  Great to have you back, Robin!  […]

The One Thing You Need to Know Is Everything by Natalie Damschroder

We’re very happy to welcome back Natalie Damschroder to the RU campus. Today, Natalie talks about the importance of continuing education for writers.  Great to have you with us again, Natalie! The first time I […]

The Million-Dollar Apple by Laurie Schnebly Campbell

Book blurbs. What should you include? What do you leave out? There isn’t a secret formula for writing a book blurb, but Laurie Schnebly Campbell is here to give us the skinny on factors you should […]

Going Undercover with Deep POV by Heatherly Bell

What adds depth to your characters and pulls the reader into the story? Heatherly Bell explains the advantages of writing in deep POV.  Great to have you with us, Heather!  As an avid lifelong reader, for […]

What Does It Mean To Be An Indie Author? by Kay Stockham

Whether you’re traditionally published or going it alone, you know there’s more to writing than putting words on a page. Author Kay Stockham discusses her transition from traditional publishing to indie.  Writing. Editing. Formatting. Cover […]

How To Beta Your Book by Bronwen Evans

Beta readers play an important role in a story’s success, but how do you find one who will give you constructive feedback? Author Bronwen Evans walks us through her process of selecting beta readers. (You’ll want to […]

Part 2: Ten Steps to a Great Book Cover — What I’ve learned from the Experts at Sourcebooks and Smashwords by Kate Allure

We welcome back Kate Allure for the second part of her post on creating an eye-catching book cover. If you missed her first post, you can read it here.  I know firsthand that book covers […]

Wanted: Writers who are willing to become Hookers! with Mary Buckham

We all know it’s essential to grab the reader’s attention from the first page, but what’s the real secret to writing a page turner? Please welcome author and workshop guru extraordinaire Mary Buckham, who shares her […]

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