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Add Verbs: Creating Characters that Pop Off the Page by Damon Suede

Happy Wednesday, RU Crew! Today, I’m excited to have Damon Suede return to talk with us about a topic he touched on during his last guest lecture with us. As I’m just beginning a new […]

Writing as a Team by Robin Saxon & Alex Kidwell

I’m not sure how I stumbled across BLOOD HOWL by Robin Saxon and Alex Kidwell but I bought the book and settled in for a read one afternoon.  I finished the book hours later, grabbed […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule for February 20-24, 2012

Romance University Weekly Lecture Schedule for February 20-24, 2012 RU’s Robin Covington brings us four days of amazing Visiting Professors this week! Mon, 2/20 – Author, Avery Flynn, takes it down a notch and […]

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

Morning, RU Crew! Today, I’m uber-happy to welcome back a returning Visiting Professor from last fall. Damon Suede is a joy to work with as a guest, and he really looks into the heart and […]

Setting Goals For Your Writing by Andrew Grey

Andrew’ Grey’s books are varied in setting, full of real characters you can relate to, and so tender in execution and style. When I read one of his books, I always feel like a member […]

All You Need Are Words, Right? Wrong! by S.A. Garcia

S.A. Garcia writes unique stories of M/M romance which span setting so a post-nuclear-apocolyptic world, fantasy realms of elven worlds and the life-after-death-experience.  Today she is talking with us about what she has learned from […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule for December 26-30: RU’s Jennifer Tanner, S.A. Garcia & Sarah Anderson!

If you’re like me, you’re recovering from all of the holiday cheer and reveling in the goodies that the Jolly Old Elf left for you.  As I sit by the fire, watching the kiddos play […]

Sloan Parker – Write What You Know: A Woman Writing M/M Romance

I don’t remember how I found Sloan Parker but I vividly remember the minute I finished her book, MORE, and immediately clicked back to the beginning and started the book over again. She was my […]

Romantic Nature and Sub-genres by Damon Suede

Today, I’m over the moon to introduce you to a new RU Visiting Professor. Damon Suede is witty, conscientious, and full of interesting ideas about romance and writing in general. If all those qualities weren’t […]

The Man in the Grey Flannel Suit by Josh Lanyon

We are thrilled to have Josh Lanyon with us at RU!  When you think of sexy, well-written, and riveting M/M romance and gay fiction  – Josh is the first one who comes to mind.  His […]

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