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The One Romance Novel Trope Every Author Deals With Behind The Scenes: Constant Rejection

First time RU poster Michael Alvear shows us how to deal with rejection – by comparing them to romance tropes! Read on! The damsel in distress isn’t just a tried and true trope in a […]

Making Peace with Your Inner Critic by Natalie Charles

TweetIt’s the Ides of March, and I’m excited to welcome NATALIE CHARLES – this is her debut post for Romance University! For years, I didn’t write. Oh, I wanted to. There were lots of stories in […]

Should You Give Up On Your Novel and Write Something New? – by Janice Hardy

TweetHow many unfinished and abandoned manuscripts do you have? Author and blogger Janice Hardy shares her insight on the dilemma all writers face.   Right after my third novel was published (2011), I hit a […]

Author Cross Promotion: Getting By With a Little Help From My Friends – by Heatherly Bell and Amy Lamont

Tweet Please welcome Heatherly Bell and Amy Lamont! Thank you Jen and Romance University for inviting us. Today we’re here to talk about cross promotion, a buzz term in today’s new publishing climate. Being an […]

The Publishing Journey By Jamie K. Schmidt

TweetPlease welcome USA Today Bestselling Author JAMIE K. SCHMIDT in her debut visit to Romance University!  If you want to go from New York City to Los Angeles, chances are you’re going to need a map, […]

Busy Authors Should Simplify Social Media Efforts by Cecelia Mecca

Welcome first time poster Cecelia Mecca with her time saving ideas for any of us who might be busy. =) Like all of us!! Read on… Busy Authors Should Simplify Social Media Efforts by Analyzing […]

Organic Marketing by Kristan Higgins

TweetI am so excited to welcome back one of my favorite authors, KRISTAN HIGGINS! Please no, you’re saying. Not another article on marketing! I know, I know. They’re such a drag (except THIS one, of […]

How to Cope with Anxiety and Overwhelm using Fractals by Nina Harrington

Betcha thought we’d lost our marbles. Fractals? Romance writing? Carrie, you’ve gone over the deep end! Hang on, before you send me to the rubber room read Nina Harrington‘s post first! Imagine that you are […]

How I Used Instafreebie to Grow My Fan Base Ines Johnson

Ines Johnson is here to introduce authors to InstaFreebie, a product designed to easily get free books into readers hands. In a never-ending quest to find new readers for your books, have you considered setting […]

Make a Wish List with Donna Cummings

For the first time in many years, I am resolution-free. Not sure how it happened, but I haven’t come up with a single thing I’ve got to push myself to accomplish. That is until I […]

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