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Spoil Readers with Website Extras by Kelsey Browning

Our own Kelsey Browning stops by to tell us al about the extras on your website that can draw readers in and entice them to grab your book. I’m a music addict and I always put […]

Balancing the Business Side of Writing with Kathleen Collins

Gone are the days when an author signed a contract and dealt solely with an editor and an agent. Nowadays, authors are required to promote themselves and their books…and write. Author Kathleen Collins shares her […]

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 […]

Death of a Series? Nah. by Tracey Devlyn

You’re in the midst of writing your series when your publishing contract ends. It’s not the end of the world, and RU co-founder Tracey Devlyn explains why.   Welcome back, Tracey!   Hello, RU! So fun to […]

The Internet and You: Digital Publicity for Genre-Authors with HarperCollins Publicist Caroline Perny

We’re pleased to welcome Caroline Perny to the RU campus! A publicist with Avon Books (HarperCollins), Caroline talks about digital publicity for indie and traditionally published authors.  Great to have you with us, Caroline! So, […]

Becoming a Career Novelist with Tracey Devlyn

Welcome back RU Founder Tracey Devlyn! Today she’s going to tell us what’s been happening in her life – some amazing changes for sure! Hey there, Romance University! It’s so good to be back on […]

It’s Great Advice, But I Can’t Seem to Follow It – Donna Cummings

Have you ever been told what NOT to do? Find out what Donna Cummings does when faced with this dilemma! There is a ton of great advice out there. Some of it I agree with, […]

A Five Author Street Team = Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen? A Recipe for Success, by Tracy March

You can take your pick of online dictionaries on the web, but I like this definition of “street team” best: “A Street team is a term used in marketing to describe a group of people […]

What Will and Won’t Fly in Multicultural Romance with Shelly Ellis

As a reader, I am all about equal opportunity-you write a good romance and I’ll read it. While I don’t favor historical romance in general, my bookshelves/Kindle cover every genre and every subject matter in […]

Your Author Brand – How to Make the Most of It with Oliver Rhodes

RU is so pleased have Oliver Rhodes on board as a regular contributor. We are so excited to mooch off his vast experience and we invite you to come along. Welcome Oliver! Your author brand – and […]

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