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Category, Single-titles and Plot Structure, Oh, my! by Adrienne Giordano

RU co-founder and multi-published author ADRIENNE GIORDANO tackles a subject sure to make pantsers break into a cold sweat – plot structure for a shorter length novel. While attending a luncheon last year I had […]

Category Romance: Tips for Writing a Great First Chapter with Tessa Shapcott

Freelance editor Tessa Shapcott joins us at RU to talk about your first chapter when writing Category Romance. There’s a lot to do in that first chapter! Let’s get cracking! Why is it so important […]

A Cowboy, a vampire, & a detective walk into a bar …writing across genres with Rebecca Zanetti

I am envious of people who can do different things equally well and Rebecca Zanetti is one of those people. In fact, if she wasn’t so darn awesome – I’d probably hate her. She writes across several […]

Blog Tour Tips for the Busy Writer with Dani Collins

Please help me welcome author Dani Collins to the RU campus! Nowadays, blog tours go hand-in-hand when you’ve got a new release, and Dani’s here to give us pointers on managing your sanity and your […]

The Glamour and the Grind with Annie Seaton

I know that I sit around eating bon-bons just waiting for my muse to show up . . . as long as she gets here before my massage appointment. Not!  I write in my closet and drool over […]

Fifty Shades of Sweet with Heartwarming Editor Victoria Curran

Give a huge welcome to Senior Editor of Heartwarming Romance – Victoria Curran. She’ll be popping in and out to answer your questions about Harlequin’s new line today only – so don’t delay! Fifty Shades of […]

What Makes a Book Great with Susan Meier

I finally got to meet Susan Meier at RWA Nationals this year and not only did I get to have lunch with her but I also didn’t fangirl all over her (just barely).  With 52 wonderful books […]

Building a Network with Jenna Rutland

I love this post!   It’s all goodness when Jenna discusses the amazing ways she’s found to connect and stay inspired! As writers, we often are reminded that writing is a solitary life. We sit at […]

Tying It With a Bow by Lynne Marshall

Author Lynne Marshall discusses the importance of the HEA in romance and reader’s expectations of the genre. Great to have you back, Lynne!   And They Lived Happily Ever After A writing teacher from an […]

It’s a Release Party for Robin Covington – His Southern Temptation

I am so excited to finally see my latest book, His Southern Temptation, out and available for readers.  This is the second of four books in the “The Boys Are Back” series which began with […]

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