Lynne Marshall

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The winner is…

As noted in the Friday, July 3 post by Lynne Marshal: Lynne will give away a print or e-book (either Kindle or Nook) of the first book in the Heartlandia series – A Doctor for Keeps. The winner […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule, Monday, June 29 – Friday, July 3, 2015

We’re starting the fireworks early, with exciting guests and a couple of giveaways to add some sparkle to your week.   Monday, June 29 – Narrative Summary vs. Immediate Scene by Carolyn Haines The building blocks […]

Tying It With a Bow by Lynne Marshall

Author Lynne Marshall discusses the importance of the HEA in romance and reader’s expectations of the genre. Great to have you back, Lynne!   And They Lived Happily Ever After A writing teacher from an […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule – July 22nd to July 26th

Summer means suntans, sno-cones, and SPFs. But no matter what the season, Romance University provides free lectures thanks to the generosity of our Visiting Professors. Here’s this week’s line-up! Monday – July 22nd — Drive […]

Lynne Marshall Presents: Is There a Secret to Creating Likable Characters?

Greetings RU Crew! Today, we welcome author Lynne Marshall to the RU campus. Lynne’s going to talk about the likeability factor of characters and why it’s so important for a reader to establish an instant connection […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule for Nov. 26-30, 2012

Take a break from sale shopping to join us at Romance University next week. No worries about buyer’s remorse here! Mon – 11/26 – RU founding member Kelsey Browning takes center stage on Monday, discussing “Why […]

Character Questions: How To Dig Deep by Lynne Marshall

Wouldn’t it be nice if we woke up one morning knowing everything there is to know about our characters? Actually, it would be more than nice. In my case, it would be a miracle! I’ve […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule for February 27 – March 2, 2012

Romance University Weekly Lecture Schedule for February 27 – March 2, 2012 Adrienne Giordano’s lined-up some fantastic workshops this week—deepening characters, pacing, critique groups, and another installment of our line editing series. Hope you […]

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