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Twitter Marketing for Authors by Kim Headlee

Marketing meme c2016 by Kim Headlee. Woman jumping rope photo c2015 by undrey Depositphotos ID 73127357. Welcome to Twitter Marketing for Authors 101 by Kim Headlee  Every author has her or his preferred social media […]

Starting a New Author’s Group—Part Two: Promotion By Barbara Bettis

Today we dive straight into promotion for your author’s group with Barbara Bettis! When starting a new author’s group, promotion of the group and the individual authors is a major consideration. Social media is your […]

Stepping off the Hamster Wheel by Jeannie Moon

Do you ever feel like you’re running on a hamster wheel, always struggling to catch up? You’re not alone. Author JEANNIE MOON has some advice to help you stay productive, happy and sane. My first […]

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 […]

A Chance Encounter by Wendy Corsi Staub

I’ve been a fan of Wendy Corsi Staub‘s thrillers for a long time – her thrillers and all her other books, too. I’ve been following Wendy’s adventures with Chance the cat on Facebook, and like […]

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 […]

You Can Leave Your Pants On by KC Falls

I met KC Falls online a couple years ago. She’s got a great sense of humor, she’s a brilliant writer and she’s a good friend. She’s also not afraid to put hard work into writing […]

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 […]

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 […]

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