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Six Steps to Establishing Your Author Brand by Jenn Stark

I’ve known JENN STARK since before she was published, when we were both members of the Ohio Valley RWA chapter (which, sadly, is no more). I had the opportunity to read part of one of […]

How to Choose the Right Book Title by Anne R. Allen

Author and über-blogger Anne R. Allen joins us today to discuss the sometimes agonizing task of selecting a title for your book. As always, it’s great to have you here, Anne!  Choosing the right title […]

It’s a Wrap! with Lauren Willig

Help me welcome author Lauren Willig on her first visit to Romance University. Lauren recently finished a long running series of books, the Pink Carnation series, and has headed an entirely new direction. Read on […]

You Can Leave Your Pants On by KC Falls

I met KC Falls online a couple years ago. She’s got a great sense of humor, she’s a brilliant writer and she’s a good friend. She’s also not afraid to put hard work into writing […]

Family First by Author Susan Sey

I’ve been thinking about family lately. Mind you, this is nothing new. I like to think about family. I like to write about family, too. There’s a lot of good stuff in there–romance, conflict, tragedy, […]

Taming the What Ifs with Donna Cummings

Congratulations to Donna Cummings and her new release Rogues Gallery – which is currently in the number one spot in Historical Regencies on Amazon UK! Way to go, girl! I know what you’re thinking. I […]

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 […]

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 […]

Your Ancestors as Fiction by Jennifer Bort Yacovissi

Romance University is going in a slightly different direction today, taking a road we hope will interest you. Much as I love romance, it’s not ALL I read. And for many of you, romance isn’t […]

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