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What to Expect When You’re Expecting Your First Book with Kimberly Kincaid

There is nothing like the learning curve of that first book release . . . other than the next book release. Kimberly Kincaid is with us to help you countdown the waiting and the endless things […]

Lessons Learned with Adrienne Giordano

RU Founder Adrienne Giordano is here and she brought a few friends to share their lessons learned on the road to getting published. Good to see you Adrienne!   Lessons Learned by Adrienne Giordano   Hello, RU Crew. […]

Sara Megibow Sells Romance – Submission Suggestions

We were so fortunate to have Sara Megibow blog with us for a while and I’ve decided to pull one of her all-time fave posts and publish it again. As always, she’s candid, real and full […]

Creativity, Writing, and the Ever-Changing Face of Publishing by Marilyn Brant

I first discovered Marilyn Brant‘s books several years ago, and I’ve been hoping to meet her in person ever since. I’m kind of stalking her – I moved to Chicago and joined her local RWA […]

Spoil Readers with Website Extras by Kelsey Browning

Our own Kelsey Browning stops by to tell us al about the extras on your website that can draw readers in and entice them to grab your book. I’m a music addict and I always put […]

Plaques, Pins, and Golden Statues By Nancy Herkness

Thousands of romance writers are dusting off suitcases, evaluating their wardrobes and polishing their elevator pitches in preparation for the 34th Annual Conference of Romance Writers of America in San Antonio, Texas. The conference is […]

The Bollywood Revolution – South Asian Authors and Romance

Sonali Dev’s upcoming release, A BOLLYWOOD AFFAIR, was the inspiration for this panel discussion. The seven featured authors blog together at SarisandStories.com. Their publishers are as far-ranging as Harlequin-India, Amazon-India, Samhain and Entangled (just as […]

Style, Fear And The Bias Against Creativity with Ruth Harris

“Fashion is about dressing according to what’s fashionable. Style is more about being yourself.” Oscar de la Renta RU contributor and author Ruth Harris (in her own inimitable style) talks about overcoming fears and embracing […]

Anti-Heroes: Why Devious is so Delectable by Heather Webb

Author and RU contributor Heather Webb talks about the allure of the anti-hero, the guy you want to hate and yet can’t stop thinking about… I don’t watch much TV. In fact, I binge on one […]

Time Management for Writers with Jeannie Moon

The fabulous Jeannie Moon is here today to address something we all struggle with – time management. She can’t give you more hours in the day but she can give excellent tips for juggling everything in your life. […]

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