Editing

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Advice for Keyboard Athletes—How Olympic Psychology Can Work for Writers by Tessa Shapcott

Did you watch the Olympics? Glued to the screen or just watch the highlights? Either way, Tessa Shapcott shows us how you can use the same training the Olympians use, and bring it to your […]

Moving on Up: Writing the Next Book with Anna Campbell

Pass the bubbly! Anna Campbell joins us today with pointers on what to do after you’ve finished the first draft.  Hello, Romance University girls! Lovely to be back here talking writing craft and the writing […]

Improving Your Writing With AutoCrit by Pat Haggerty

TweetEvery time I think Pat Haggerty can’t out-do his last post on RU, he comes up with another amazing article. Ever heard of AutoCrit? Check out what this software can do for you and your […]

And Now a Word from the Copy Editor…Nan Reinhardt

TweetIsn’t it amazing the people you connect with on Social Media? Nan Reinhardt is just one of those people – a copy editor AND a romance author! Who better to write a post for RU? […]

Editing for Pantsers with Terri L. Austin

Your manuscript might be the best thing you’ve ever written or upon closer inspection, a pile of words. Either way, editing is a crucial part of the process. Author Terri L. Austin’s last two books […]

Editing: A Matter of Butt in the Chair by Jeffrey Marks

When I met Jeffrey Marks at a book signing in Cincinnati, Ohio many years ago, I knew I’d found a kindred spirit. Right up with romance and romantic suspense, my other favorite genre is mystery […]

Are You Waving The Novice Writer Flag? by Rayne Hall

Rayne Hall returns with advice on how to avoid the tell tale signs of a newbie writer. Happy to have you back, Rayne!   Editors can tell if a writer is a novice or a […]

Tighten Your Writing Style by Rayne Hall

Rayne Hall shows us how to mince words and add pop to your prose.  Welcome to RU, Rayne! Here are five tricks to slim down your words, tone up your style, and reveal the muscle […]

Editing and Proofreading Tidbits by Karen R. Sanderson

When you’re looking for a guest for RU and you run across a woman on twitter named Word Shark? Oh yeah, you can bet she’s going to get an invite! Karen Sanderson aka The Word […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule – November 17th to November 21st

It’s almost that time of the year…eleven days until Thanksgiving, twelve days until Black Friday, and fourteen days until the last day of Nanowrimo. Whether you’re planning your holiday menu or your shopping strategy, or […]

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