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Part 1: Ten Steps to a Great Book Cover – What I’ve learned from the experts at Sourcebooks and Smashwords by Kate Allure

Book covers. The good. The bad. And the ugly. Whether you’re designing your own or hiring an artist, your book cover is the first thing a potential reader sees. Kate Allure shares useful tips and […]

Writerspeak by Donna Cummings

A round of applause for Donna Cummings! Today Donna gives us a hilarious perspective on the difference between what a writer SAYS and what they really mean…. Writers inhabit an amazing, mystical world. We dwell […]

Facebook Has a New Girlfriend with Avery Flynn

Avery Flynn is a very media savvy author and she returns to highlight a new option for you to promote your books.  Have you noticed the increase in sponsored videos on Facebook? No? Just wait. They are coming […]

Dealing with Rejection – How to Pick Yourself Up and Keep Writing by Rachael Thomas

We write. We rewrite. We submit and get a rejection. And then another. Harlequin Presents author, Rachael Thomas, shares her advice on how to overcome rejection and stay on track.  Welcome to RU, Rachael!  I’m really […]

Writing in Someone Else’s World with Robin Covington

You might have heard all the buzz about the KindleWorlds last year. There was great discussion amongst the author community about what amounts to a fan fiction portal sponsored through Amazon for “worlds” licensed by […]

Avoiding Premature Publication by Ann Warner

With the ease of self-publication today, writers can easily fall into the trap of clicking the “publish” button before a story has reached its full potential. First time Romance University guest Ann Warner offers some […]

What is Good for the Goose is Not Exactly Good for the Gander: How to know what works for YOU in Promotion by Liz Talley

It’s been awhile since multi-published author LIZ TALLEY joined us at RU.  We’re excited to welcome her back! Liz has a special treat – a prize offering of a $10 Starbucks gift card. Check back […]

Finding Your Tribe – Networking and Beyond by Becke Martin Davis

RU Staffer Becke Martin Davis is blessed to have a large, widespread tribe. When her core tribe members meet at Lori Foster’s Reader Author Get Together (almost) every year, waiters at their favorite restaurants quake […]

Bake, Love, Write by Lois Winston

The holidays mean different things to different people, but our celebrations have one thing in common: food. Lois Winston returns to RU with a timely post that will make you want to loosen your belt. […]

Finding an Agent with Diana Cosby

When I sent out the call for visiting professors, I jumped at the chance to have the amazing Diana Cosby here with us.  She agreed to tell us all her secrets about choosing the right agent […]

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