Self-Publishing

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Family First by Author Susan Sey

I’ve been thinking about family lately. Mind you, this is nothing new. I like to think about family. I like to write about family, too. There’s a lot of good stuff in there–romance, conflict, tragedy, […]

The One Thing You Need to Know Is Everything by Natalie Damschroder

We’re very happy to welcome back Natalie Damschroder to the RU campus. Today, Natalie talks about the importance of continuing education for writers.  Great to have you with us again, Natalie! The first time I […]

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 […]

Part 2: Ten Steps to a Great Book Cover — What I’ve learned from the Experts at Sourcebooks and Smashwords by Kate Allure

We welcome back Kate Allure for the second part of her post on creating an eye-catching book cover. If you missed her first post, you can read it here.  I know firsthand that book covers […]

Publishing From Scrivener to Kindle with Pat Haggerty

Just when you think you know everything Scrivener can do, you find out you can also publish to Kindle with it! Amazing, right? Just ask our brilliant tech guru Pat Haggerty how it’s done. I […]

Self Publishing is Not for the Faint of Heart with Magda Alexander

Have you taken the self publishing leap? Not sure how to get started? Magda Alexander joins us to get you on the right track. Self-Publishing is not for the Faint of Heart You need to wear […]

So You Want to Publish A Boxed Set by Afton Locke

Boxed sets are all the rage right now but tons of work and thought go into actually putting one together.  Afton Locke is here to tell us how its done. So You Want to Publish a […]

The Laws of the Cyberian Jungle: What Authors Need to Know to Stay Safe Online by Anne R. Allen

We’re pleased to welcome back author and blogger Anne R. Allen!   Everybody tells new authors to build an Internet presence, but they don’t talk much about the dangers that lurk here. Unfortunately, there are […]

To Publish or to Self-Publish: the Wild West of Publishing with Elizabeth Winick Rubinstein

We welcome literary agent Elizabeth Winick Rubinstein to the RU campus.  When I started out in this industry almost two decades ago, the publishing industry’s big fears included the CD-Rom, print on demand, and “the […]

Making the Leap by Molly O’Keefe and RaeAnne Thayne

Today’s Visiting Professors at Romance University are authors MOLLY O’KEEFE and RAEANNE THAYNE. They are tackling a timely topic: MAKING THE LEAP. Whether you are indie, digital first or a succesful category author there are […]

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