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Free to Fudge the Facts by Ken Isaacson

TweetI got to know Ken Isaacson back when I was moderating the Barnes & Noble Mystery Forum at BN.com. I had the opportunity to meet him in person at Bouchercon when it came to Indianapolis […]

Writing as a Southerner by Keri Ford

TweetWelcome to “Wayback Wednesday.” The author originally scheduled to visit has a bad case of the flu. She’ll join us when she’s feeling better, but in the meantime we’re posting a repeat of Keri Ford‘s […]

Writing WWII Historical Fiction – by Alix Rickloff

Tweet Author Alix Rickloff discusses how her interest in WWII inspired her to write THE WAY TO LONDON. Welcome to RU, Alix!  My interest in WW2 began back in college with a late night viewing […]

Pacing Can Make or Break Your Story with Maggie Toussaint

TweetHappy Friday! We’re running an old post on pacing by author Maggie Toussaint.   If you’ve written a book, you have more than a passing familiarity with editing. However, many authors focus their editing on big […]

Romancing the Paranormal: 5 Tips For Putting the “Super” in Supernatural By Jeri Westerson

Welcome author Jeri Westerson in her first time posting with us on Romance University! I had a freelance editor tell me to “lose the romance between the heroine and the demon.” Needless to say, she […]

Ten Tips For The Successful Writer – by Dani Collins

Tweet We’re starting off the week with Harlequin Presents author Dani Collins. Dani’s last post with us was back in 2013, and she’s been very busy since then!  Welcome back, Dani!  I’m so excited to […]

Boy Bands and Heartthrobs by LuAnn McLane

TweetYesterday was Paul McCartney’s birthday – his 75th, but in my mind, he’ll always be 25 and I’ll always be a 15-year-old Beatlemaniac, poring over his pictures in every teen magazine I could afford. Today’s […]

I Did It My Way – by Andie Brock

Tweet Happy Friday, RU Crew! Today, author Andie Brock shares her solo journey to publication and why she believes Harlequin Presents is a good fit for her stories.   Welcome to RU, Andie! I did […]

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

TweetToday’s post is a rerun of one that originally appeared at RU on December 17, 2014. Scroll down to see Ruth’s more recent releases. Help me welcome Ruth Kaufman who has done a very unique […]

The Triangle of Romantic Suspense by Allison Brennan

TweetIt’s been awhile since ALLISON BRENNAN has joined us at Romance University, and we are excited to welcome her back! This month, I’ve been giving a class to the Kiss of Death chapter of Romance […]

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