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A Year in the Life of a Debut Author by Kelsey Browning

RU co-founder Kelsey Browning gives us a month-by-month peek into her first year as a published author.  Hola, Kelsey!  Okay, I’m going to fudge a little and tell you about the past 15 months because […]

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 […]

Series Writing: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly with Larissa Reinhart

We welcome back Larissa Reinhart to the RU campus. Larissa gives us pointers on writing a series and shares great tips on organizing character names and traits, and all of those tiny but important details […]

Drive Them Wild with Christine Pride

RU contributor Christine Pride provides a thoughtful and interesting analogy on love and attraction and how it applies to writing.  Welcome back, Christine! Recently I fell for someone, an attractive banker I met the old-fashioned […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule: March 25 – March 29, 2013

Spring has sprung! Whether that means more snow or dare we say…sunshine, RU has another fabulous line-up this week. Mon, 3/25 –  Pitchfest with Entranced Publishing editor Ashley Christman.  Wed, 3/27 –  Pat Haggerty presents “Making your […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule: October 15th to October 19th

A special two-parter and one of our top monthly columns makes this a not-to-miss-week! Mon – 10/15  – Editor Lucia Macro reveals the latest about Avon Romance. Wed – 10/17 –  Lucia Macro, Avon Editor, […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule October 8th to October 12th

Fall is here! Sharpen your pencils for this week’s RU class line-up. Mon – 10/8  – Barbara DiLeo talks about being Crippled by Craft. Wed – 10/10 –  Sara Megibow Sells Romance: Submission Suggestions. Fri – […]

Ten Myths About Editors – Theresa Stevens

Do you think editors have a glamorous job? Picture them reading a manuscript and sipping Veuve Clicquot on a Lear jet cruising at 40,000 feet after a day of shopping in Paris? Theresa Stevens (quite […]

A Good Editor – Don’t Leave Home Without One – Donnell Bell

Editor schmeditor! In today’s world of self-publishing, do we really need an editor? Donnell Bell is here to tell us – yes, yes we do. It’s an exciting time to be an author. The brass […]

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