Category Romance

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Cracking the Category Code – How to Write Short and Write Often with Kat Cantrell

Welcome to one of my favorite authors (and people!) Kat Cantrell! I saw (and bought of course) Kat’s latest book in the store, and knew we had to have her back as a guest on RU. […]

Category, Single-titles and Plot Structure, Oh, my! by Adrienne Giordano

RU co-founder and multi-published author ADRIENNE GIORDANO tackles a subject sure to make pantsers break into a cold sweat – plot structure for a shorter length novel. While attending a luncheon last year I had […]

Category Romance: Tips for Writing a Great First Chapter with Tessa Shapcott

Freelance editor Tessa Shapcott joins us at RU to talk about your first chapter when writing Category Romance. There’s a lot to do in that first chapter! Let’s get cracking! Why is it so important […]

The Glamour and the Grind with Annie Seaton

I know that I sit around eating bon-bons just waiting for my muse to show up . . . as long as she gets here before my massage appointment. Not!  I write in my closet and drool over […]

Fifty Shades of Sweet with Heartwarming Editor Victoria Curran

Give a huge welcome to Senior Editor of Heartwarming Romance – Victoria Curran. She’ll be popping in and out to answer your questions about Harlequin’s new line today only – so don’t delay! Fifty Shades of […]

Category Romance: Ask the Authors, Day 2

Today a new round of category authors respond to our questions and answer yours. It’s the first day of RWA’s national conference – because of this, some authors will be stopping in late. One of […]

Category Romance: Ask the Authors, Day 1

I blame my addiction to romance on Mills & Boon. I first discovered category romance when I lived in England, but when I moved back home, Harlequin and Silhouette books quickly outnumbered the M&B titles […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule for Nov 8-12: Sally Bayless, Rachael Herron & Margaret Watson

A Week to Be Thankful An open invitation from RU! It’s getting colder in North America and the writing is getting steamier.  As we button our coats tighter, Romance University has some great lectures to […]

Category Romance Authors – Benefits to Being Agented

Today, we’re fortunate to have agent Scott Eagan visit RU to talk about how category romance authors benefit by having an agent. Scott was generous enough to write a short lecture and answer a few […]

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