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Avoiding Premature Publication by Ann Warner

With the ease of self-publication today, writers can easily fall into the trap of clicking the “publish” button before a story has reached its full potential. First time Romance University guest Ann Warner offers some […]

Missed Connections: How Characterization Creates Chemistry by Harrison Demchick

Please welcome author Harrison Demchick, developmental editor at The Writer’s Ally – this is his first time with us at Romance University.  Let’s face it: You know when two characters aren’t clicking on the page. This […]

And the winner is…

The winner of Liz Talley’s $10 Starbucks card giveaway is: KESSIE! Congratulations!  

What is Good for the Goose is Not Exactly Good for the Gander: How to know what works for YOU in Promotion by Liz Talley

It’s been awhile since multi-published author LIZ TALLEY joined us at RU.  We’re excited to welcome her back! Liz has a special treat – a prize offering of a $10 Starbucks gift card. Check back […]

Finding Your Tribe – Networking and Beyond by Becke Martin Davis

RU Staffer Becke Martin Davis is blessed to have a large, widespread tribe. When her core tribe members meet at Lori Foster’s Reader Author Get Together (almost) every year, waiters at their favorite restaurants quake […]

Winners Galore!

Happy New Year! We’re kicking off the New Year with lots of books for you, our wonderful followers. We apologize for the confusion – we didn’t make it clear that our goal for this giveaway […]

Bake, Love, Write by Lois Winston

The holidays mean different things to different people, but our celebrations have one thing in common: food. Lois Winston returns to RU with a timely post that will make you want to loosen your belt. […]

Christmas Book Giveaway!

Romance University is celebrating this Christmas Eve with an extra-special giveaway. We’d like to thank all the authors who so generously offered to include their books in this extravaganza, and we’d like to thank you, […]

Keep the Spirit! by Samanthya Wyatt

Keeping the spirit isn’t always easy, especially when the journey of an author is often strewn with landmines. For not-yet-published writers, rejection and self doubt give Imposter Syndrome the power to bring us down. For […]

And the winner is…

Giveaway: A one chapter crit of your manuscript (up to 5000 words) provided within 3 months of receipt of chapter in either .docx or .rtf format. The winner of Piper J. Drake/P.J. Schnyder’s prize drawing […]

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