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Cooking up the Culinary Mystery by Linda Wiken aka Erika Chase

TweetPlease welcome LINDA WIKEN, who also writes as ERIKA CHASE, to her first guest spot at Romance University! As regular followers of RU will know, our goal is to provide helpful information to writers – […]

HOW TO WRITE AN EFFECTIVE HOOK with Trident Media Group Literary Agent Mark Gottlieb

Tweet Please welcome literary agent Mark Gottlieb from Trident Media Group.  I offer up this article on hook writing, also known as the elevator pitch, to lend the reader a feel for comfortable writing and […]

Write What You Want to Know by Vicki Delany

TweetMessage from Becke: I met Vicki Delany, who also writes as Eva Gates, at the fabulous MALICE DOMESTIC mystery conference a few years ago. There was a big gap in my knowledge of Canadian authors, […]

Ten Tips For The Successful Writer – by Dani Collins

Tweet We’re starting off the week with Harlequin Presents author Dani Collins. Dani’s last post with us was back in 2013, and she’s been very busy since then!  Welcome back, Dani!  I’m so excited to […]

Plan: Read by Suzanne Brockmann

TweetWe’ve all heard the advice that it’s best not to read while writing, in case we somehow accidentally absorb details from our reading materials into our own writing. New York Times Best-Selling Author SUZANNE BROCKMANN joins […]

I Did It My Way – by Andie Brock

Tweet Happy Friday, RU Crew! Today, author Andie Brock shares her solo journey to publication and why she believes Harlequin Presents is a good fit for her stories.   Welcome to RU, Andie! I did […]

When Life Happens by Caren Crane

TweetI’m excited to welcome the fabulous CAREN CRANE to RU. Scroll down past her bio below for details of Caren’s GIVEAWAY! I’ve been writing for about 16 years now. For some of you, that will […]

Keeping up with the fast-changing self-publishing market by Ruth Kaufman

TweetJust a few years ago, self-publishing was unexplored territory for authors and readers alike. Today s-p has advanced to the point where it’s hard to keep up. RUTH KAUFMAN offers a road map of sorts, […]

Building an Author Platform with Ginger Monette

Welcome Ginger Monette who is here to show us how to build an author platform and send your book off with a bang! Your manuscript is in the hands of your editor, and you’ve got […]

Veronica Scott: The Importance of Cover Design

Tweet RU Contributor Veronica Scott starts the week off with an in-depth discussion on book covers. Welcome back, Veronica! “Don’t judge a book by its cover,” said George Eliot in The Mill on the Floss. […]

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