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When the Book Fights Back by Deborah Blake

I first discovered Deborah Blake‘s Baba Yaga books when a friend of mine recommended them to me. I read the first one, and then the next, and then the next. The stories seemed to flow […]

Stepping off the Hamster Wheel by Jeannie Moon

Do you ever feel like you’re running on a hamster wheel, always struggling to catch up? You’re not alone. Author JEANNIE MOON has some advice to help you stay productive, happy and sane. My first […]

Keep on Riding the Roller Coaster! (Or, why all those years of trying to sell are worth it.) by Anna Sugden

TweetGood morning! To start off your week, one of RU’s favorite Visiting Professors, Anna Sugden, offers words of encouragement for fellow scribblers.  We all know the publishing game is not easy or fast. It is […]

Romance Writers: Find Your Readers on Pinterest by Frances Caballo

Social Media guru Frances Caballo steps away from her fabulous website Social Media Just for Writers for a day to tell us the best way to find our readers on Pinterest! In 2015, the Pew […]

Author Blogging: How, How Much, How Often By Kayelle Allen

Kayelle Allen is a busy woman. And as such she asked herself how often did she REALLY need to blog? She shares her answers with our RU crew! As an author, leader of two writing […]

What Does a Publicity Director’s Job Involve? Q&A with Danielle Bartlett

Today’s guest is Danielle Bartlett of HarperCollins Publishing – but, wait – I’ll let her tell you herself: Q – Please tell us a little about yourself. Danielle – I’m a Publicity Director at William […]

SO YOU WANT ME TO WRITE A CHILDREN’S BOOK by Lori Wilde

I’m excited to welcome LORI WILDE back to RU. Most of you associate Lori with books like her Stardust, Cupid, Jubilee and Twilight, Texas series, so you may be surprised to learn about her latest […]

Oh…You Write Romance? by Jules Bennett

Today we welcome back national best-selling contemporary romance author JULES BENNETT, tackling a topic that hits close to home. I get this question so often, but the tone of the inquirer is always different. I […]

Good Presentation—Can it Really Influence How your Novel is Received and Perceived? By Tessa Shapcott

For everyone who has self-published out there, you’ve asked yourself whether you need a professional to copy edit your work. Tessa Shapcott is here to tell you her side of why you should! In my […]

Creating Author Newsletters With MailChimp by Pat Haggerty

Do you have a newsletter on your author website? No? Well here’s your chance to learn about Mailchimp from our resident expert Pat Haggerty – he’ll steer you in the right direction! Staying connected with […]

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