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What Does It Mean To Be An Indie Author? by Kay Stockham

Whether you’re traditionally published or going it alone, you know there’s more to writing than putting words on a page. Author Kay Stockham discusses her transition from traditional publishing to indie.  Writing. Editing. Formatting. Cover […]

Writerspeak by Donna Cummings

A round of applause for Donna Cummings! Today Donna gives us a hilarious perspective on the difference between what a writer SAYS and what they really mean…. Writers inhabit an amazing, mystical world. We dwell […]

Dealing with Rejection – How to Pick Yourself Up and Keep Writing by Rachael Thomas

We write. We rewrite. We submit and get a rejection. And then another. Harlequin Presents author, Rachael Thomas, shares her advice on how to overcome rejection and stay on track.  Welcome to RU, Rachael!  I’m really […]

Finding Your Tribe – Networking and Beyond by Becke Martin Davis

RU Staffer Becke Martin Davis is blessed to have a large, widespread tribe. When her core tribe members meet at Lori Foster’s Reader Author Get Together (almost) every year, waiters at their favorite restaurants quake […]

Keep the Spirit! by Samanthya Wyatt

Keeping the spirit isn’t always easy, especially when the journey of an author is often strewn with landmines. For not-yet-published writers, rejection and self doubt give Imposter Syndrome the power to bring us down. For […]

Can a Published Author Find Life Balance? by Kelsey Browning

Welcome back to Kelsey Browning one of Romance University’s co-founders! Today she’s going to tell us how to be an author AND lead a more balanced life! Go Kelsey! This morning, I made a boo-boo. […]

Sara Megibow Sells Romance – NaNoWriMo Cheerleader

I’ve started noticing everyone gearing up for NaNoWriMo  so I decided to re-run a prior post by Sara Megibow on the benefits of the month long write-a-thon!  Do You NaNoWriMo? Welcome to November also known as National Novel […]

Compelling Characters: It’s all about the change in identity and belief – by Beth Barany

Author Beth Barany takes the podium today to discuss the importance of establishing your character’s core beliefs.  Welcome to RU, Beth!  A story is defined by change. Who is your character now, at the start […]

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 […]

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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