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The Eyes Have It by Michael Alvear

Welcome back to Michael Alvear with a fascinating study on what people REALLY look at on Amazon! What do Amazon shoppers do when they land on your book page?  Where do their eyes go?  Where […]

Need Social Media Content to Share? Try Hashtags! By Veronica Scott

Tweet I’m old enough to know that a # was used exclusively as number or pound sign, but since the advent of Twitter,  the # takes on a whole different meaning. RU Contributor Veronica Scott shares […]

Never Give Up on Getting Back Your Rights By Joanna Campbell Slan

TweetI’m a fan of Joanna Campbell Slan‘s long-running Kiki Lowenstein books as well as her newer Cara Mia Delgatto mystery series – I especially enjoy the quirky characters. The plots are tricky enough to keep […]

Wrong Mountain… Goals We’re Given and the Prizes Nobody Wants by Damon Suede

As always, Damon Suede hits the nail on the head with goalsetting and career paths for the writer. Read on! As it often is these days, our industry is undergoing violent, seismic shifts that will […]

Paul Goat Allen: Reviewer Extraordinaire

TweetToday’s post is a flashback to June 2012, a Q&A with Paul Goat Allen. Paul moderated B&N’s Sci Fi/Fantasy and Paranormal/Urban Fantasy book forums back when I moderated the (now defunct) B&N Mystery Forum. But more […]

Mercury Retrograde and Writing – by Lyla Bellatas

TweetWe’ve all experienced the highs and lows of writing, but have you ever considered planetary action or inaction? Author Lyla Bellatas joins us to day to talk about Mercury in retrograde and how this can […]

Keri’s Top 3 Editing Tips by Keri F. Sweet aka Keri Ford

TweetPlease welcome KERI F. SWEET to Romance University! Keri has joined us before, writing as Keri Ford, but her new alter-ego comes with an exciting new opportunity for Keri. Read on! I recently had the unique […]

How to Save Your Sanity with Nano – by Nicole Locke

TweetPlease welcome back author and enthusiastic Nanowrimo participant, Nicole Locke. It’s NaNo time! In case you don’t know what that is, it’s National Novel Writing Month where millions of writers from around the world sign […]

When to Say When (AKA: Walking Away From a Popular Series) by Julie Ann Walker

TweetPlease welcome New York Times and USA Today Best-Selling Author JULIE ANN WALKER  – this is her debut post at Romance University! You have a bestselling series! Readers are clamoring for more!   Those two […]

SLEUTHFEST 2018 – By Victoria Landis

When I heard about Sleuthfest via an email, I invited Victoria Landis to tell us a bit more about it! Writers’ conferences are so much fun, right?  Please say you’ve been to at least one.  […]

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