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Making Peace with Your Inner Critic by Natalie Charles

TweetIt’s the Ides of March, and I’m excited to welcome NATALIE CHARLES – this is her debut post for Romance University! For years, I didn’t write. Oh, I wanted to. There were lots of stories in […]

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 […]

Part Two: Reflections on my First Year as an Indie Author by Heatherly Bell

TweetAuthor Heatherly Bell presents the second part of her post on her experience as a self-published author. Read Part One of Heatherly’s post here.  Thanks to Jen for having me here again for part two […]

Legendary Romance Writer Rosanne Bittner

Oh my gosh, is there any romance writer/reader out there who doesn’t know Rosanne Bittner? Well if you don’t, you need to read this post – and then go get the books! Hello to all […]

Making Marketing Choices That Work For You by Sonali Dev

There are few things as exciting as watching a struggling writer make her first sale and send her first book out into the world. This week long-time RU follower SONALI DEV did just that with […]

Bringing Home the Buckle: a Rodeo Queen’s NaNo Success Story with T.J. Kline

Are you embracing the insanity of NaNoWriMo this month? In keeping with the spirit of NaNo, I’m excited to welcome debut author and NaNo veteran T.J. Kline. After T.J. crossed the finish line in NaNo 2012, she […]

From Caterpillar to Butterfly: My Evolution as a Writer by Codi Gary

We love hearing stories about a writer’s path to publication. Today, we welcome Avon author Codi Gary, who shares her first book experience with us.  Welcome to RU, Codi! The first manuscript I ever finished was […]

Tying It With a Bow by Lynne Marshall

Author Lynne Marshall discusses the importance of the HEA in romance and reader’s expectations of the genre. Great to have you back, Lynne!   And They Lived Happily Ever After A writing teacher from an […]

Why We Do What We Do with Renita D’Silva

I’m thrilled to introduce today’s Visiting Professor, debut author Renita D’Silva. Renita shares her insight on the insane highs and lows of being a writer, and why she keeps writing.   Welcome to RU, Renita! […]

Tools Not Rules with Donna Cummings

Welcome one of my favorite people Donna Cummings. Donna’s writing career is starting off with a bang – I am SO happy for her! =) It’s really easy to get hung up on rules. They […]

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