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The Triangle of Romantic Suspense by Allison Brennan

TweetIt’s been awhile since ALLISON BRENNAN has joined us at Romance University, and we are excited to welcome her back! This month, I’ve been giving a class to the Kiss of Death chapter of Romance […]

Make Your Story Richer with In-depth Knowledge of Your Characters by Reese Ryan

TweetIt’s a manic Monday and my Word program isn’t cooperating, so here’s a post from the RU archives written by author Reese Ryan.  Whether a story is plot-driven, or character-driven, so much of its success […]

Audiobooks: The Fastest Growth Sector of Publishing by Renae Mason, Noah Michael Levine and Erin deWard

TweetBecke says: I’m pretty new to audiobooks, and I think that puts me in a minority. My friends are always raving to me about different books they absolutely adored as audiobooks. Back when there were […]

Jane Austen, Regency Romance, and Me by Kyra Cornelius Kramer

TweetKyra Cornelius Kramer and I have been Facebook friends for a long time. When she relocated to Wales about a year ago, I started following her adventures via an email subscription to her blog. She’s […]

Organic Marketing by Kristan Higgins

TweetI am so excited to welcome back one of my favorite authors, KRISTAN HIGGINS! Please no, you’re saying. Not another article on marketing! I know, I know. They’re such a drag (except THIS one, of […]

The Winner of Jeanne Adams’ Giveaway is…

Congratulations to NICK S, the winner of Jeanne Adams’ giveaway! Here are the details: GIVEAWAY – Jeanne will give away one copy of her paranormal thriller, The Witches Walk, or her award winning suspense novel, […]

Getting on the Roller Coaster by Jeanne Adams

TweetI’m excited to welcome back author JEANNE ADAMS – check out her redesigned website here. Jeanne also blogs with the fabulous Romance Bandits! See below for details of Jeanne’s GIVEAWAY. The killer opening line. The […]

Why Are Series Romances So Popular and What Makes for a Great Series? by Renee Vincent

TweetAuthor Renee Vincent is one of the hardest-working people I know. In addition to taking care of her kids and horses, she is always hard at work on her next book or her next series. […]

In the Beginning by Becke Martin Davis

TweetIn the course of a would-be writer’s career – and I count myself in that category – we quickly learn our strengths and weaknesses. I learned that I suck at beginnings. I write and rewrite […]

Jo Robertson on Revision with Diction and Syntax

It’s the last day of the RU hiatus. Carrie, Becke, and I are clearing out the complimentary toiletries in our hotel rooms at the Connaught, while Adrienne, Kelsey, and Tracey are eyeing the last petit four […]

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  • Feb 27, 2017 Jane Austen as a Literary Influence by Marilyn Brant
  • Mar 3, 2017 Using Song Lyrics to Show Character and Relationships in your Romance Novel by Bliss Bennet

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