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“Listen to the Silence” Combatting distractions and keeping the focus on your writing with Pamela Mingle

With a few keystrokes, you can jump from that scene that’s giving you fits and hop onto Facebook, check your emails, buy a book from Amazon…and why not pay a few bills on-line or treat yourself […]

The Glamour and the Grind with Annie Seaton

I know that I sit around eating bon-bons just waiting for my muse to show up . . . as long as she gets here before my massage appointment. Not!  I write in my closet and drool over […]

Bringing Home the Buckle: a Rodeo Queen’s NaNo Success Story with T.J. Kline

Are you embracing the insanity of NaNoWriMo this month? In keeping with the spirit of NaNo, I’m excited to welcome debut author and NaNo veteran T.J. Kline. After T.J. crossed the finish line in NaNo 2012, she […]

Building a Network with Jenna Rutland

I love this post!   It’s all goodness when Jenna discusses the amazing ways she’s found to connect and stay inspired! As writers, we often are reminded that writing is a solitary life. We sit at […]

Making the Transition from Digital to Print with Author Sophie Barnes

We’re happy to welcome Author Sophie Barnes to the RU campus. Sophie talks about her progression from digital to print publishing and her path to publication.   Great to have you here, Sophie!  Back in […]

5 Secrets to Writing Success by Kelsey Browning

Welcome today to RU Founder Kelsey Browning! Make sure you visit her Debut Party Day!  She’s also doing a Sass Kickin’ Reader Basket Giveaway–today only–and an overall tour giveaway! (look for the links below!) And keep your hats […]

Building Your Thick Outer Skin with Nicole Flockton

Rhino skin. We’ve all been told we need it, we’ve all tried to grow a layer of it over our fragile egos.  Nicole Flockton shares with us some ideas on how to toughen your own. […]

Lord Save Me From Critique Groups with Duffy Brown

Participating in a critique group has its pros and cons. Author Duffy Brown gives us her candid take on crit groups and the benefits of brainstorming sessions.  Wonderful to have you back, Duffy! Critique group […]

7 Weekly Steps to Becoming an Organized Writer with Kelsey Browning

A cluttered desk is the sign of a cluttered mind, right? Today, co-founder Kelsey Browning shows us how to keep organized for better writing. How many times have you lamented (okay, out and out whined) […]

Perseverance by Dee J. Adams

Writing is a solitary and often disheartening calling. We pour our hearts on the page and then send them into the world to be rejected. But, if you love it – you keep going – […]

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