Self-Publishing

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Self Publishing is a Collaborative Effort – by Joanne Dannon

Please welcome author Joanne Dannon. Joanne shares her experiences with self-publishing and explains why you don’t have to go it alone. I’m an Australian romance writer who’s independently published. It was not the path I […]

Formatting Tips for Indie Authors Who Want to Do it All Without Learning HTML by Ann Warner

TweetPlease welcome back ANN WARNER, with a special post aimed at those who are dealing with the challenges of self-publishing. Scroll to “the Question” below for details of Ann’s giveaway. While creating MOBI files is […]

The Secret to Self-Publishing Success – It’s Odd by Laura Stapleton

Welcome a dear friend of mine Laura Stapleton with her first post to RU. Hooray! Ever stand in line at the supermarket, see those “Lose Thirty Pounds in Two Seconds” and throw the magazine in […]

Indie Publishing And The Book-of-My-Heart by Leigh Duncan

Leigh Duncan‘s legions of fans are familiar with her Harlequin romances, but may not be as familiar with her recent venture into indie publishing. Leigh’s last post with RU resonated with so many people, we […]

Not for the Faint of Heart: Making the Switch from Traditional to Indie Author by Leigh Duncan

RU followers are probably familiar with Leigh Duncan and her books with Harlequin American Romance. A visit to her website will give you a clue that there are changes afoot. Today, Leigh fills us in […]

Starting a New Author’s Group—Part Three: Working Toward the Future By Beppie Harrison

In our final of a three-part series on how to start a writer’s group, Beppie Harrison explains how to grow and work toward the future! Read on! Your new author’s group is now a reality, […]

Romance Writers: Find Your Readers on Pinterest by Frances Caballo

Social Media guru Frances Caballo steps away from her fabulous website Social Media Just for Writers for a day to tell us the best way to find our readers on Pinterest! In 2015, the Pew […]

Good Presentation—Can it Really Influence How your Novel is Received and Perceived? By Tessa Shapcott

For everyone who has self-published out there, you’ve asked yourself whether you need a professional to copy edit your work. Tessa Shapcott is here to tell you her side of why you should! In my […]

7 Killer Ways to Promote your Romance Novel By Sandra Beckwith

With a tagline like “Do-it-yourself book marketing tips, tools, and tactics” Sandra Beckwith was a shoe-in for a post with Romance University! Take it away Sandra! You think it’s harder to promote fiction than nonfiction? […]

Learning Indie Author Ropes. Just Don’t Hang Yourself. By Jackie Weger

TweetHelp me welcome Jackie Weger for her first post with RU! Jackie’s no BS post about being an indie author is something any author promoting their book should read! Just so you know up front, […]

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