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Playing Hurt by Susan Sey

Susan Sey is the author of scintillating contemporary romances and she’s also one of the fabulous Romance Bandits. We are excited to welcome her back to Romance University! Scroll down to the “Question” for details […]

To Nano or Not to Nano by Becke Martin Davis

TweetWhile stores stock their shelves with Hallowe’en candy and fake spiderwebs, the writer-types among us are faced with something even scarier to contemplate than ghouls, goblins and a gazillion grams of sugar: National Novel Writing […]

What’s in a Voice: or two sides of the same scene by Elizabeth Bemis

TweetPlease welcome ELIZABETH BEMIS – this is her debut post for Romance University. Liz is a six time Golden Heart finalist and a 2012 Golden Heart winner. Scroll to the “question” at the end of […]

Pitching is the Key by Sonali Dev

I’m pleased to welcome back one of my favorite authors, longtime Romance University follower SONALI DEV. My third book just hit the shelves this week and I’m actually writing this on the plane heading to […]

Winner of Leigh Duncan’s Giveaway!

In her RU post on Friday, September 16, LEIGH DUNCAN offered the following giveaway: Drawing: One winner will be chosen at random from the comments to receive an autographed, print copy of Pattern of Deceit […]

Indie Publishing And The Book-of-My-Heart by Leigh Duncan

Leigh Duncan‘s legions of fans are familiar with her Harlequin romances, but may not be as familiar with her recent venture into indie publishing. Leigh’s last post with RU resonated with so many people, we […]

Importance of Book Covers for New Authors by Stacey Marone

TweetFreelance writer STACEY MARONE joins us today in her first visit to RU. Without a cover, a book is merely bits of paper bound together. Getting a book published for the first time is very […]

Coming Unstuck by Becke Martin Davis

  RU’s Becke Martin Davis discusses sticking points today. The Oxford online dictionary’s informal definition of “coming unstuck” is to become separated or to fail completely. Sounds like a bad thing, right? Maybe not. When […]

How Not to Be Funny in Fiction by Harrison Demchick

TweetI’m excited to welcome back HARRISON DEMCHICK. The title of his post is self-explanatory–and, yes, you read it correctly. As the saying goes, dying is easy. Comedy is hard. The same applies to explaining it. […]

The Winner of Leigh Duncan’s Giveaway is…

Congratulations to KESSIE, the winner of Leigh Duncan’s giveaway. As Leigh noted: One winner will be chosen at random from the comments to receive an autographed, print copy of The Growing Season (US shipping address only, please). […]

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