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Benefits of a Small Conference by Duffy Brown

TweetI met Duffy Brown and Tonya Kappes when I lived in Cincinnati – through my old RWA writing chapter and through Lori Foster’s Reader & Author Get Together. For a couple of years, Duffy’s famous […]

Ruth A. Casie on Writing Conferences

TweetAs a rule, we open RU posts with a brief introduction of our guest blogger of the day. Today’s Visiting Professor, RUTH A. CASIE, has done a great job of introducing herself. Take it away, […]

RU Ready? by the RU Staff

TweetRU READY? We at Romance University first asked that question on May 16, 2009 when we shared our first post. Then, as now, we posted on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and the schedule for our […]

How I Became a Published Author by Linda Broday

Welcome debut author Linda Broday – and don’t forget to check out her giveaway below! My path to publishing isn’t unique but you may find it interesting. I’d been writing seriously for about 8 years […]

Upbeat Authors by Trish Milburn

TweetI’ve known TRISH MILBURN – and have been a fan of hers – for a long time. When she recently posted about UPBEAT AUTHORS, it really resonated with me. I hope you’ll feel the same […]

What have you got to lose? by Kari Lynn Dell

Welcome first timer Kari Lynn Dell with a fabulous post! Go on, read it! What have you got to lose? =) This question single-handedly turned around my writing career. It has become the first thing […]

READ A LITTLE, READ A LOT by Laurie Schnebly Campbell

TweetWe are very excited to welcome back the awesome LAURIE SCHNEBLY CAMPBELL!   You want readers to devour every word you create, right? Whether it’s a 400-page saga or a 4-page short story, you want […]

GETTING OUT FROM BEHIND THE KEYBOARD by Susan Hatler

TweetSometimes social media is a pain in the patootie. Occasionally, it’s a good thing, like when I came across New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Susan Hatler and her books via Facebook. Please […]

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 […]

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