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Using Proverbs to Boost Character and Plot Development with Jean Murray

Jean Murray joins us to show that an oldie but a goodie – a proverb – can help us create books that captivate readers. The pen is mightier than the sword ~ Using proverbs to boost […]

Writing In a New Genre with Robin Covington

What I learned from writing in a new subgenre I normally write category length contemporary romance and I love it. The modern setting is comfortable and the issues that couples face today is full of […]

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 […]

The Mouth on this One: Finding Your Voice with Mark Henry

Aaahh . . . the elusive search for your voice as a an author. How do you find it? Can you create it? Can someone else tell you what it is? Mark Henry is here to give […]

The Need for Speed with Elisabeth Staab

I don’t exactly remember how Elisabeth and I became friends but she’s one of the constant friends in my writing life. A fellow Washington Romance Writer, we might write different sub-genres but we can both […]

The Importance of Setting with Meredith Bond

Meredith is a friend of mine from the Washington DC Romance Writers of America chapter. She is savvy, easy to talk to and always has great insight. So, having here her a RU was a […]

A Deep POV Refresher Course with Elisabeth Staab

Elisabeth Staab is a fellow member of the Washington Romance Writers and a friend.  She’s beta-read my books, given me advice on my publishing career and generally helped me out whenever asked. But, some of […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule for February 20-24, 2012

Romance University Weekly Lecture Schedule for February 20-24, 2012 http://www.RomanceUniversity.org 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 […]

The Advice that Helped Me Get Published by Mina Khan

I had the great fortune of meeting today’s visiting professor when we were both members of an online critique group six years ago. Mina Khan was one of the early readers of my debut release […]

Kate Douglas on Ending a Series

How many times have you, as a reader, mourned the end of a favorite long-running series? It’s hard to say good-bye to characters we’ve come to know over the years. As best-selling author Kate Douglas […]

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