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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 […]

Marketing for Authors with Jillian Dodd

Will tweeting and a Facebook ad increase your book sales? Should you lower the price or offer it as a freebie to attract more readers?    I’m happy to have indie YA author Jillian Dodd with us! Carrie and I met Jillian through a workshop last […]

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