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A Pacing Revamp with Adrienne Giordano

Welcome back to Adrienne Giordano –  one of Romance Universities founders AND a fantabulous author in her own right! Welcome back A! Good morning, RU Crew. Those of you who have been hanging around Romance […]

Writing the Inspirational Historical: How Much is Too Much – Ruth Kaufman

Help me welcome Ruth Kaufman who has done a very unique thing with her soon-to-be-published book. Read on and find out what she’s done! The research required to write a believable historical in any period […]

Let’s Start at the Very Beginning: How to Begin a Romance, by Helena Fairfax

I received a very sweet letter from Helena Fairfax who has been a follower of RU for years. How could I resist when she asked if she could post with us? =) I’m the sort […]

Outsmarting Your Brain with Donna Cummings

I bless the day I ran across Donna Cummings on Twitter. We have the same sense of humor, both love writing and brownies, and she makes a great guest on RU! I have a monkey […]

Essential Elements of Writing Romantic Suspense with P.A. DePaul

I love a great romantic suspense, so when P.A. said she’d come by and spill her secrets  . . . I jumped and booked her right away. Welcome P.A.!! I absolutely love Romantic Suspense, both […]

How A Series Can Skyrocket Your Career with Geri Krotow

Geri and I hit it off immediately – we bonded over our experience with the U.S. Navy – and she impressed me with her vivacity and love for what she was writing. I have since learned that she […]

Piper J. Drake – Five Goals for a Hybrid Author

I first met Piper J. (“PJ”) Drake at Lori Foster’s Reader Author Get Together in Cincinnati a few years ago, and loved her vivacity and her sense of humor. Since then her career has taken […]

Always and Never – Two words that NEVER apply to writers by Holly Jacobs

I’ve never met Holly Jacobs in person, but I see her on Facebook nearly every day. I’m totally in awe of her writing chops – her books have sold over 2.5 million copies worldwide. If […]

Emotional Description: 3 Common Problems with Show & Tell – Angela Ackerman

We hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! Because of the four-day holiday, we decided to post one of our older columns written by the fab Angela Ackerman. Grab a leftover drumstick and join us! If […]

Editing and Proofreading Tidbits by Karen R. Sanderson

When you’re looking for a guest for RU and you run across a woman on twitter named Word Shark? Oh yeah, you can bet she’s going to get an invite! Karen Sanderson aka The Word […]

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