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Multi-tasking vs. Task-switching by Piper J. Drake

TweetI am excited to welcome the fabulous PIPER J. DRAKE – this is her second post for RU! There always seems to be so much to be done, especially in the holiday season headed toward the […]

Contests: Stepladder to the Top or Waste of Money? by Laura Trentham

TweetPlease welcome author LAURA TRENTHAM – this is her first guest post for RU. As a past RWA Golden Heart® finalist and with the national contest opening the first day of December, I’ve been ruminating […]

Maximize the Benefits of Your Multi-author Writing Cooperative by Jan O’Hara

TweetI am so excited to welcome the fabulous JAN O’HARA (of Writer Unboxed fame) with her second* RU post. I read Jan’s debut novel, OPPOSITE OF FROZEN, about a week ago and I loved it. […]

Self Publishing is a Collaborative Effort – by Joanne Dannon

Please welcome author Joanne Dannon. Joanne shares her experiences with self-publishing and explains why you don’t have to go it alone. I’m an Australian romance writer who’s independently published. It was not the path I […]

Introverts and Conferences by Philippa Lodge

TweetPlease welcome author PHILIPPA LODGE in her debut visit to RU. I think her topic will resonate with a lot of people, whether you’ve been to conferences or are still debating whether to attend. This […]

Finding My Voice…and Other Mid-life Tales by Ava Branson

What happens when your life turns upside down? Ava Branson tells us how it affected her writing ….for the better! As is true for so many people, reading has been a huge part of my […]

Formatting Tips for Indie Authors Who Want to Do it All Without Learning HTML by Ann Warner

TweetPlease welcome back ANN WARNER, with a special post aimed at those who are dealing with the challenges of self-publishing. Scroll to “the Question” below for details of Ann’s giveaway. While creating MOBI files is […]

C’mon, Let’s Celebrate! with Donna Cummings

Donna Cummings and I have had many virtual celebrations – most involving make-believe brownies and some sort of alcoholic beverage. From births and birthdays to actually getting out of bed and getting dressed for the […]

The Secret to Self-Publishing Success – It’s Odd by Laura Stapleton

Welcome a dear friend of mine Laura Stapleton with her first post to RU. Hooray! Ever stand in line at the supermarket, see those “Lose Thirty Pounds in Two Seconds” and throw the magazine in […]

Playing Hurt by Susan Sey

Susan Sey is the author of scintillating contemporary romances and she’s also one of the fabulous Romance Bandits. We are excited to welcome her back to Romance University! Scroll down to the “Question” for details […]

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