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Oh…You Write Romance? by Jules Bennett

Today we welcome back national best-selling contemporary romance author JULES BENNETT, tackling a topic that hits close to home. I get this question so often, but the tone of the inquirer is always different. I […]

Boundaries of Imagination by Jacqui Jacoby

TweetUnicorns shed their horns in early fall and vampires hoard Twinkies. I’m not an authority on unicorns or vampires but who is? Today, author Jacqui Jacoby shares her research tips on researching the paranormal. Welcome back, […]

Writing as a Southerner by Keri Ford

TweetI’ve known Keri Ford since she was a young whippersnapper.  I’ve always been intrigued by her “Southern-isms,” especially since she lives in Arkansas, and that’s where I was born. I might have shared her captivating […]

Romance, Passion, and Eroticism: Creating More Than Sex Between Male Lovers In Literature

Have you ever thought of writing male to male romance? Well then welcome to Andrew Jericho … he writes male romance, and is here to show us how. Before I put thought to text, I […]

Who Reads Romance, Anyway? by Becke Martin Davis

TweetRU’s weapons expert, ADAM FIRESTONE, will be back soon. In place of his scheduled post, avid reader Becke Martin Davis wants to know who’s reading romance, anyway?  Who reads romance? Hmmm, judging by that show […]

Plotting Through with Robin Gianna

There are no shortcuts from the first page to The End, and if you’ve written yourself into a corner more than once, you may want to heed the advice of today’s guest, author Robin Gianna.  […]

Writing the Small Town Romance with Katie Lane

Pat Haggerty’s scheduled post will appear at a later date due to a scheduling conflict. Instead, today we are running a past post from Katie Lane. Oh hey, have I got a great new author […]

Military Romance 101 – More than Tales of Soldiers and Sailors by Willa Blair

Our Visiting Professor today is award-winning historical author Willa Blair. Welcome to RU, Willa!  It’s Veterans Day Although November 11 was once known as Armistice Day to commemorate the end of WW1, in 1954 President […]

MOVIES ‘R US by Libby Fischer Hellmann

Since I met Libby Fischer Hellmann some years back, I seem to come across her everywhere. Not long ago, I was sitting in my living room, watching a mystery on my local PBS station when […]

Demystifying the Outline with Kat Cantrell

Last time Kat Cantrell visited RU, she received a lot of questions on how she outlined her books.Today, she’s here to answer the questions – and answer more! Please visit our site to ask your […]

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