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Advice for Keyboard Athletes—How Olympic Psychology Can Work for Writers by Tessa Shapcott

Did you watch the Olympics? Glued to the screen or just watch the highlights? Either way, Tessa Shapcott shows us how you can use the same training the Olympians use, and bring it to your […]

My Muse Went to Aruba, Now What do I Do? by Carrie Peters

Most writers will tell you about their muse if you ask. Some have names, some live in certain areas of the house, some are…not so nice. Carrie Peters is here to tell you about her […]

Indie Publishing And The Book-of-My-Heart by Leigh Duncan

Leigh Duncan‘s legions of fans are familiar with her Harlequin romances, but may not be as familiar with her recent venture into indie publishing. Leigh’s last post with RU resonated with so many people, we […]

Importance of Book Covers for New Authors by Stacey Marone

TweetFreelance writer STACEY MARONE joins us today in her first visit to RU. Without a cover, a book is merely bits of paper bound together. Getting a book published for the first time is very […]

Coming Unstuck by Becke Martin Davis

  RU’s Becke Martin Davis discusses sticking points today. The Oxford online dictionary’s informal definition of “coming unstuck” is to become separated or to fail completely. Sounds like a bad thing, right? Maybe not. When […]

Twitter Marketing for Authors by Kim Headlee

Marketing meme c2016 by Kim Headlee. Woman jumping rope photo c2015 by undrey Depositphotos ID 73127357. Welcome to Twitter Marketing for Authors 101 by Kim Headlee  Every author has her or his preferred social media […]

Not for the Faint of Heart: Making the Switch from Traditional to Indie Author by Leigh Duncan

RU followers are probably familiar with Leigh Duncan and her books with Harlequin American Romance. A visit to her website will give you a clue that there are changes afoot. Today, Leigh fills us in […]

An Author and a Website by Carrie Peters

As a writer and a website designer Carrie Peters knows websites. While her own is seriously out of date (just like the mechanic’s car is always broken!) she’s still giving advice on what YOU need […]

If You’re Reading This, You’re Probably Into Books – by Melanie Brockmann Gaffney

TweetContinuing our Brockmann/Gaffney Week (or two days, anyway), today’s guest is MELANIE BROCKMANN GAFFNEY, sister of Jason Gaffney, daughter of Ed and Suzanne. Her topic is one of my all-time favorite things: BOOKS! If you’re […]

Finding the Strength to Persevere by Natalie J. Damschroder

TweetIt’s easy to imagine that life for multi-published authors is one big party – if only that were the case. Writing isn’t just about climbing Mt. Everest. Sometimes it can be like climbing a whole […]

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