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With a Little Help From My Friends by Lois Winston

It’s been a few years since I met Lois Winston, and every time I hear from her she’s got a new marketing idea up her sleeve. She has taken the Beatles’ “With a Little Help […]

Jennifer Shirk presents: Putting the GOOD in Goodreads – 5 Tips to Help You Get Discovered by Readers

Please welcome Visiting Professor Jennifer Shirk. Jennifer shares pointers on how to use Goodreads as a platform to promote your book and interact with readers and authors.       One of the things I hear […]

Are you making the most of potentially viral avenues of promotion? by Erica Ridley

I’m excited to welcome USA Today Best-Selling Author ERICA RIDLEY to Romance University! Erica is offering a giveaway – the winner will be chosen from today’s commenters. The giveaway is an e-book of THE CAPTAIN’S […]

Understanding the New Kindle Unlimited Pricing Model with Pat Haggerty

Are you a writer wondering about the joining the Kindle Unlimited Program? Well, here’s Pat Haggerty to tell us what the new pricing model means to you! So what is Kindle Unlimited? Do you listen […]

Six Steps to Establishing Your Author Brand by Jenn Stark

I’ve known JENN STARK since before she was published, when we were both members of the Ohio Valley RWA chapter (which, sadly, is no more). I had the opportunity to read part of one of […]

How to Choose the Right Book Title by Anne R. Allen

Author and über-blogger Anne R. Allen joins us today to discuss the sometimes agonizing task of selecting a title for your book. As always, it’s great to have you here, Anne!  Choosing the right title […]

The Million-Dollar Apple by Laurie Schnebly Campbell

Book blurbs. What should you include? What do you leave out? There isn’t a secret formula for writing a book blurb, but Laurie Schnebly Campbell is here to give us the skinny on factors you should […]

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 […]

DIY Author Book Marketing By Kayelle Allen

Help me welcome author Kayelle Allen to her first post with RU! Today she’s talking with us about the all important art of book marketing. DIY Author Book Marketing By Kayelle Allen, author of the […]

Promotion without Pain by Vicky Dreiling

We are very excited to welcome VICKY DREILING – this is her debut visit at Romance University. Vicky addresses a topic many authors complain about and not-yet-published authors dread: promotion.  Promotion doesn’t have to be time […]

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