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Keeping up with the fast-changing self-publishing market by Ruth Kaufman

TweetJust a few years ago, self-publishing was unexplored territory for authors and readers alike. Today s-p has advanced to the point where it’s hard to keep up. RUTH KAUFMAN offers a road map of sorts, […]

First Line = First Impression by Donna MacMeans

TweetI first met Donna MacMeans at Lori Foster’s Reader Author Get Together in Cincinnati. I remember it particularly because everyone was talking about a new release called THE EDUCATION OF MRS. BRIMLEY. I was new […]

Use the ordinary to create the extraordinary by Julie Anne Long

TweetI’m excited to welcome one of my favorite authors, JULIE ANNE LONG! I first got to “know” Julie through her historical romances. Now her contemporary romances have joined her historicals on my keeper shelves. Scroll […]

Getting on the Roller Coaster by Jeanne Adams

TweetI’m excited to welcome back author JEANNE ADAMS – check out her redesigned website here. Jeanne also blogs with the fabulous Romance Bandits! See below for details of Jeanne’s GIVEAWAY. The killer opening line. The […]

Writing Holiday Romance by Nancy Naigle

TweetPlease welcome back NANCY NAIGLE, who returns with a very seasonal post.   I love the holidays. Especially Christmas, and anyone who knows me knows that I’m a Hallmark Christmas movie fanatic. Yes, I’ve been […]

Formatting Tips for Indie Authors Who Want to Do it All Without Learning HTML by Ann Warner

TweetPlease welcome back ANN WARNER, with a special post aimed at those who are dealing with the challenges of self-publishing. Scroll to “the Question” below for details of Ann’s giveaway. While creating MOBI files is […]

Happy Halloween…Who you gonna call? And the Beetlejuice thing is real… by CC Dragon

TweetPlease welcome Cheryl (aka CC) Dragon to her first RU visit. She has a new release today, perfect timing for a spooky Halloween topic! The Exorcist. Lucifer. Supernatural. American Horror Story… We love to be […]

Playing Hurt by Susan Sey

Susan Sey is the author of scintillating contemporary romances and she’s also one of the fabulous Romance Bandits. We are excited to welcome her back to Romance University! Scroll down to the “Question” for details […]

What’s in a Voice: or two sides of the same scene by Elizabeth Bemis

TweetPlease welcome ELIZABETH BEMIS – this is her debut post for Romance University. Liz is a six time Golden Heart finalist and a 2012 Golden Heart winner. Scroll to the “question” at the end of […]

Not for the Faint of Heart: Making the Switch from Traditional to Indie Author by Leigh Duncan

RU followers are probably familiar with Leigh Duncan and her books with Harlequin American Romance. A visit to her website will give you a clue that there are changes afoot. Today, Leigh fills us in […]

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