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Time Management for Writers with Jeannie Moon

The fabulous Jeannie Moon is here today to address something we all struggle with – time management. She can’t give you more hours in the day but she can give excellent tips for juggling everything in your life. […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule – March 10th to March 14th

It’s time to spring forward! Here’s our line-up for this week… Monday, March 10th – RU contributor Handsome Hansel returns  Wednesday, March 12th –  Editor and author Heather Webb Friday, March 14th – How to Use […]

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 […]

Blog Tour Tips for the Busy Writer with Dani Collins

Please help me welcome author Dani Collins to the RU campus! Nowadays, blog tours go hand-in-hand when you’ve got a new release, and Dani’s here to give us pointers on managing your sanity and your […]

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, […]

Pinning for Readers: Using Pinterest as an Author with Jamie Schmidt

Hi. I’m Robin and I’m a Pinterest addict. I can lose lots of time looking through the stream of photos and links to food that I will make, crafts that will make my holidays brighter […]

From Jane Austen to Jane Jetson – Making Yourself At Home Online with Pamela Mason

I’m happy to welcome Pamela Mason to the RU campus! I met Pamela last year through her on-line group, 5 a.m. Writers. Today, Pamela talks about finding your comfort zone in the ever changing world of […]

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 […]

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 […]

The Slow Blog Manifesto and 8 Reasons for New Authors to Slow Blog by Anne R. Allen

Has finding time to write and maintain your blog become a juggling act? Have you neglected your manuscript because you’re busy pounding out daily blogposts and commenting on other people’s blogs?  Today, we welcome back […]

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