Jo Robertson

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Jo Robertson on Revision with Diction and Syntax

It’s the last day of the RU hiatus. Carrie, Becke, and I are clearing out the complimentary toiletries in our hotel rooms at the Connaught, while Adrienne, Kelsey, and Tracey are eyeing the last petit four […]

Jo Robertson on Revision with Diction and Syntax

Author Jo Robertson visits the RU campus today with an excellent post on the importance of sentence structure and word choices.  Welcome back to RU, Jo!  One of the greatest tools in the author’s arsenal […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule, Monday, June 9 – Saturday, June 14, 2014

Join as at Romance University, where our guests shine so bright you’re going to need shades!   Monday, June 9 – Dissecting Your Characters with Terri L. Austin Wednesday, June 11 – Author Anise Rae joins us Friday, […]

Jo Robertson – When Indie Publishing is a Viable Option

Once a road less traveled, the indie route is now a super highway to publishing. We’re excited to welcome back author Jo Robertson. Jo shares her writing journey and the reasons why she opted for indie […]

Favorite Famous Couples by Jo Robertson

Author Jo Robertson is back on the RU campus!  Jo’s second book, THE AVENGERS, hit the shelves earlier this month. Today, Jo’s going to talk about her favorite couples. Favorite, Famous Couples by Jo Robertson I’ve […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule for September 26-30, 2011

Carrie has a full week of awesome Visiting Professors lined-up for you. And lots of GIVEAWAYS! Donnell Bell shares her thoughts on why it’s important to have a good editor. Karin Tabke reminds writers why […]

Jo Robertson presents The Wacky, Wonderful Writing Process

I’m so pleased to welcome debut author Jo Robertson to the RU campus! Jo’s first book, THE WATCHER, debuted on Amazon earlier this month. Here’s a quick blurb.  Forensic psychiatrist Kate Myers believes the killer […]

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