Anatomy of the Mind

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Writing the Witchy Way by Deborah Blake

Please help me welcome author Deborah Blake to RU. Deborah’s bringing an entirely new topic to the classroom, one I’ve always found intriguing and quite mystical. Good morning, Deborah! My name is Deborah Blake and […]

Mental Health Spa with Laurie Schnebly Campbell

Today, we welcome the lovely and generous Laurie Schnebly Campbell. She’s at RU to chat with us about taking care of ourselves as writers. I don’t know about you, but I certainly need a mental […]

The Essence of Story by Steven James

I recently read an article in Writer’s Digest by Steven James and was immediately drawn in by his view on how to tell a story. It changed the way I thought about storytelling forever. Welcome […]

Make Your Workspace Work for You with Jeanne Adams

At the end of 2010, I took a fabulous class with Jeanne Adams on how to create a writer’s workspace that works for each individual writer. I had moved into a rental house a few […]

Finding the Perfect Workshop to Present by Keena Kincaid

I’m so pleased to welcome author Keena Kincaid back to Romance University. For writers like myself, the thought of presenting a workshop makes us break out into unpleasant red spots. But Keena’s going to help […]

M is for – Motivation with Laurie Schnebly

Laurie Schnebly Campbell stops in to talk to us about Character Motivation. What is it, how to get it! M is for…hmm, what? Romance writers probably envision different M-words than, say, bricklayers or hair stylists. […]

Persistence Vs. The Brick Wall by Ruth Kaufman

Good morning and welcome to Anatomy of the Mind. Our friend Ruth Kaufman joins us today to discuss the challenges of getting published and techniques writers can use to work through those difficult times. Welcome, […]

Honey, Let’s Go Shopping: The Sexes and Dialogue

Is there a writer in the world who doesn’t love good dialogue? It’s fun to read, fun to write and leaves just the right amount of white space on the page. Today, radio show host […]

What Makes an Insomniac Tick?

Faculty member (and aspiring author) Jennifer Tanner answers the burning question – white or wheat? Let’s find out what goes on in Jen’s brain shall we? White or wheat? I prefer white only because I […]

Creating a Relatable Heroine with Author Tawny Weber

After picking the brain of one of her heroes a few months ago, we invited author Tawny Weber to join us again here at RU. But this time, we asked her to talk about heroines […]

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