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Do you YASIV? A Primer on Amazon Products Visualization – by Veronica Scott

Tweet RU contributor Veronica Scott returns with an informative post on YASIV. What’s YASIV? Read on.  I’m a very visual person and I learn better the more pictures there are. Marketing is such an important […]

Veronica Scott: The Importance of Cover Design

Tweet RU Contributor Veronica Scott starts the week off with an in-depth discussion on book covers. Welcome back, Veronica! “Don’t judge a book by its cover,” said George Eliot in The Mill on the Floss. […]

7 Killer Ways to Promote your Romance Novel By Sandra Beckwith

With a tagline like “Do-it-yourself book marketing tips, tools, and tactics” Sandra Beckwith was a shoe-in for a post with Romance University! Take it away Sandra! You think it’s harder to promote fiction than nonfiction? […]

Learning Indie Author Ropes. Just Don’t Hang Yourself. By Jackie Weger

TweetHelp me welcome Jackie Weger for her first post with RU! Jackie’s no BS post about being an indie author is something any author promoting their book should read! Just so you know up front, […]

PRESS HARD: every book deserves a dedicated release kit by Damon Suede

Don’t have your presskit already on your website? Don’t even have a website? Damon Suede is going to tell you why you’re going to want a presskit – and sooner than later! So…everyone already has […]

Jennifer Shirk presents: Putting the GOOD in Goodreads – 5 Tips to Help You Get Discovered by Readers

Please welcome Visiting Professor Jennifer Shirk. Jennifer shares pointers on how to use Goodreads as a platform to promote your book and interact with readers and authors.       One of the things I hear […]

DIY Author Book Marketing By Kayelle Allen

Help me welcome author Kayelle Allen to her first post with RU! Today she’s talking with us about the all important art of book marketing. DIY Author Book Marketing By Kayelle Allen, author of the […]

Maggie Bolitho presents: Stage Fright? Alright!

Does the idea of reading before an audience turn your legs to rubber? Worried that no one will show up? You’re not alone. Author Maggie Bolitho shares important advice for a successful reading.  Wonderful to have […]

Reading, Writing, and Marketing the Serialized Novel by Clara Kensie

Most of us have read books in a series and maybe you’ve written one. But have you ever thought about writing a serialized novel? Author Clara Kensie shares her insight on writing and marketing the […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule – March 17th to March 22nd

Whether you’re enjoying the first spring blooms or preparing for another late winter storm, RU is always in session. Here’s our line-up for the coming week! Monday, March 17th – Mary Buckham presents: What is […]

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