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Spoil Readers with Website Extras by Kelsey Browning

Our own Kelsey Browning stops by to tell us al about the extras on your website that can draw readers in and entice them to grab your book. I’m a music addict and I always put […]

JUST DESSERT: why a whole book can’t be a happy ending with Damon Suede

We read romance because we want the happy ending – we want the hero and heroine to end up together. But you can’t rush it, you can’t make the path too easy with shortcuts on craft. Damon […]

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. […]

Self Publishing is Not for the Faint of Heart with Magda Alexander

Have you taken the self publishing leap? Not sure how to get started? Magda Alexander joins us to get you on the right track. Self-Publishing is not for the Faint of Heart You need to wear […]

Anatomy of an Edgy YA Heroine with PJ Sharon

Author PJ Sharon joins us today to share her secrets to writing an edgy YA heroine. Anatomy of an Edgy YA heroine Thank you so much for inviting me to share with your readers today. Let’s talk […]

If You Like to Mind Travel with Outlander, Try These! Amy Alessio, Reader Roundup

With the premiere of the Outlander series coming to the US early August, I decided to find other time traveling Highlander themed titles. Gabaldon’s series is unique, but you may enjoy these also!     […]

Dissecting Your Characters with Terri Austin

Your characters are the medium in which a story is told and if you don’t know them, neither will your readers. Author Terri L. Austin shares her process on character analysis and why it’s an important […]

High-Stylin’ Research with Avery Flynn

Avery Flynn discusses the way she used research to bring authenticity and depth to her books. Welcome Avery! High-Stylin’ Research If I could have just one fashion wish, it would be to have every pair of Crocs […]

Layering Multiple Tropes with Lea Nolan

Lea Nolen is a fab YA author but with her latest release she enter the world of category romance and she’s here to teach us the way to layer tropes for maximum impact! Thanks so much […]

Co-Authoring a Book with Adrienne Giordano

RU co-founder Adrienne Giordano is back with us today to discuss the finer points of co-authoring a book. Welcome back Adrienne! So you want to co-author a book? Good morning, RU Crew. I’m thrilled to […]

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