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Starting a New Author’s Group—Part Three: Working Toward the Future By Beppie Harrison

In our final of a three-part series on how to start a writer’s group, Beppie Harrison explains how to grow and work toward the future! Read on! Your new author’s group is now a reality, […]

Starting a New Author’s Group—Part Two: Promotion By Barbara Bettis

Today we dive straight into promotion for your author’s group with Barbara Bettis! When starting a new author’s group, promotion of the group and the individual authors is a major consideration. Social media is your […]

Starting a New Author’s Group—Part One: Getting Started By Màiri Norris

Help me welcome Màiri Norris and some of her author’s group! For the next 3 days we’ll be talking about the ins and outs of starting your own author’s group – is it easy? Nope. […]

Voice, Pitch & Strike at the Heart by Chris Keeslar

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a publisher in possession of a publication schedule must be in want of a new author. The problem, as many struggling authors observe, is that with ever-changing world […]

Moving on Up: Writing the Next Book with Anna Campbell

Pass the bubbly! Anna Campbell joins us today with pointers on what to do after you’ve finished the first draft.  Hello, Romance University girls! Lovely to be back here talking writing craft and the writing […]

Enjoy Your Creativity by Donna Cummings

TweetWelcome back to RU Contributor Donna Cummings! Today Donna’s going to talk to us about embracing your inner weirdo…lol….read ahead for a better explanation! The best advice is always stuff we already know. We just […]

The Joy & Necessity of Business Taxes with Christina Mercer

TweetStill uncertain about Self-Employment Tax? Author and CPA Christina Mercer explains.  Welcome back, Christina!  The topic of Business Taxes is not the most exciting one to explore, but I think we can all agree it’s […]

Navigating a Long-Running Series By Katherine Hall Page

For not-yet-published writers, getting that first book completed can seem as challenging as climbing a mile-high staircase or swimming across the Atlantic. There is a whole different set of challenges for authors who write successful […]

How Do You Do It? by Laurie Schnebly Campbell

TweetWe’re excited to welcome back LAURIE SCHNEBLY CAMPBELL with advice on balancing neverending to-do lists and finite blocks of time. Be sure to check out the PRIZE ALERT at the bottom of this post. We […]

Out, Out, Damned Writer By Joanna Campbell Slan

Unlike groceries, that nearly always have sell-by dates, books have long shelf-lives. Authors, on the other hand, may occasionally feel themselves and their writing go a little stale. Today author Joanna Campbell Slan shares some tips on […]

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