Book Reviews

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The Laws of the Cyberian Jungle: What Authors Need to Know to Stay Safe Online by Anne R. Allen

We’re pleased to welcome back author and blogger Anne R. Allen!   Everybody tells new authors to build an Internet presence, but they don’t talk much about the dangers that lurk here. Unfortunately, there are […]

It’s Great Advice, But I Can’t Seem to Follow It – Donna Cummings

Have you ever been told what NOT to do? Find out what Donna Cummings does when faced with this dilemma! There is a ton of great advice out there. Some of it I agree with, […]

Sara Megibow Sells Romance – The Wonderful World of Bloggers

Do you have a blog?  How much time do you spend on a daily basis visiting book and author blogs?  I have several that I visit everyday because they offer insightful reviews, great information, and […]

The Who, What and How of Book Reviews with Tammie King of Night Owl Reviews

RU Crew, today we’d like to introduce you to a new visiting professor, Tammie King, Director of Marketing, WEtap Media, Night Owl Reviews. Welcome to Romance University, Tammie! We’re delighted to talk with you about […]

The Good and Bad of Book Reviews

Welcome to Crafting Your Career at RU! Today, I’m excited to introduce Barbara Vey of Publishers Weekly Beyond Her Book. Barbara’s here to provide a candid look at what she thinks makes a good review […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule for Nov 22-26: Barbara Vey, Rhonda Grasle & Edie Ramer

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours this week!  Whether you are traveling, spending time at home or just enjoying a quiet weekend with family and friends, Romance University has some great lectures to keep you […]

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