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Dark Matters: Cultivating Creative Cruelty in Romance Fiction by Damon Suede

Morning, RU Crew! Today, I’m uber-happy to republish a wonderful post by our Visiting Professor,  Damon Suede. He is a joy to work with as a guest, and he really looks into the heart and […]

Starting a Group Blog with Madeline Iva

I’m so excited to have Madeline Iva join us today to describe everything you need to consider before starting a group blog. This is a great marketing tool we can all use . . . read on […]

12 Tips for a Stand-out Facebook Event by Kelsey Browning

Our own Kelsey Browning stops by to tell us about Facebook author parties and how to plan them – and better yet, how to make them work! Author Facebook parties have been all the rage for […]

From Hero to Zero With Your Wordcount by Kelly Maher

We all want to be more productive and the industry today demands it from every angle. Kelly Maher joins us and shares her method. Welcome Kelly! A couple of years ago, I could barely get one […]

Pacing Can Make or Break Your Story with Maggie Touissant

One of my favorite authors, Maggie Toussaint, is here to give us some amazing tips about pacing and how to make your story sing with the best movement.  I know you will love this post! If you’ve […]

Is There Really Anyone Out There? by Jeanne Adams

I first met Jeanne Adams through the Romance Bandits blog, and since then I’ve read all her books. I’m excited about the new path she’s taking with her upcoming release. Be sure to go to […]

Outlander Hits the Small Screen with Elizabeth Eckhart

Have you read the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon? Have you watched the new series? Elizabeth Eckhart joins us today with her views on the new series AND the actors who portray Jamie and Claire. […]

Lessons Learned with Adrienne Giordano

RU Founder Adrienne Giordano is here and she brought a few friends to share their lessons learned on the road to getting published. Good to see you Adrienne!   Lessons Learned by Adrienne Giordano   Hello, RU Crew. […]

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 […]

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