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Jennifer Tanner

Jennifer Tanner has written 384 posts for Romance University

After the First Draft – by Rachael Thomas

TweetAuthor Rachael Thomas returns with advice on tackling revisions and edits on first drafts. You’ve written a book and added those magical words ‘the end’ and that achievement alone deserves celebration. The fact that you […]

Maddening Middles and the #NaNoWriMo Midmonth Slump by Kris Bock

TweetYou’ve reached the middle of your story and you’re out of ideas, so what’s next? RU Contributor Kris Bock offers advice on tackling the troublesome mid-point of your manuscript. If you are doing NaNoWriMo, you […]

Mercury Retrograde and Writing – by Lyla Bellatas

TweetWe’ve all experienced the highs and lows of writing, but have you ever considered planetary action or inaction? Author Lyla Bellatas joins us to day to talk about Mercury in retrograde and how this can […]

How to Save Your Sanity with Nano – by Nicole Locke

TweetPlease welcome back author and enthusiastic Nanowrimo participant, Nicole Locke. It’s NaNo time! In case you don’t know what that is, it’s National Novel Writing Month where millions of writers from around the world sign […]

When Being a Pantster Isn’t Enough – by Liz Fielding

TweetHappy Friday! Please welcome back author Liz Fielding. There comes a time in most romance author’s life when she’s asked to collaborate with other authors to create a series. This can take several different forms. […]

Making Minor Characters Fresh: #Writing Advice by Chris Eboch

TweetChris Eboch finishes off the week with a post on secondary characters. When creating a new story, you probably spend the most time developing your main character, or perhaps your hero and heroine equally. They […]

Writing Emotionally Charged Books and Scenes – by Heatherly Bell

Tweet Heatherly Bell has two releases this month and still found the time to write a post for us. Welcome back, Heatherly! Thank you for having me here again today. It’s a pleasure to return […]

Are You a Comment Spammer or an Etiquette Queen? – by Helen Henderson

Tweet RU Contributor Helen Henderson discusses the dos and don’ts of commenting on blogs. If you’ve read my previous posts this year, you may remember I am participating in a weekly challenge. One of the […]

Tips to Battle Procrastination From an ADHD Writer – by Amalie Berlin

Happy Friday and thanks for joining us today. Please welcome Visiting Professor Amalie Berlin. First, a couple disclaimers: I’m not a doctor. I don’t know all there is to know about ADHD. What works for […]

Are You a Researcher or a Storyteller? Finding the Balance in Historical Fiction – by KA Servian

TweetPlease welcome author KA Servian. Research is an essential part of writing. Fiction or non-fiction, contemporary or historical, at some stage in the process every writer needs to refer to books and/or the internet to […]

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