Pacing

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Party fèves: the charms baked into the batter with Damon Suede

Do you have books that have grabbed your because of one line? A scene? The way an author depicts a setting? Those little gems are what keep you riveted in the story and keep it on your mind […]

Mary Buckham presents: What is ACTIVE SETTING and Why it Should Matter to YOU!

Your story’s setting is much more than a GPS reading for your reader. Author and workshop guru extraordinaire, Mary Buckham, explains why setting plays a substantial role in enhancing a reader’s experience. Welcome, Mary!   […]

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 […]

Five Things to Consider During Revisions with Loucinda McGary

Please welcome author Loucinda McGary back to the RU campus! Like it or not, revisions are a fact of life. Today, Loucinda gives us a few pointers to keep in mind during the revision process.  And…as an added bonus, […]

Keep ‘Em Hooked by Laura Griffin

RU Crew – help me welcome back author Laura Griffin as she gives us a great lesson today on How to Keep ‘Em Hooked! You’ve heard a lot about opening hooks–how to grab your reader […]

Top Ten Pacing Tips by Alicia Rasley

Pacing. We love that word don’t we? It reminds me of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Sometimes in my writing I find that my pacing is too fast, sometimes it’s too slow and sometimes it’s […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule for February 27 – March 2, 2012

Romance University Weekly Lecture Schedule for February 27 – March 2, 2012 http://www.RomanceUniversity.org 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 […]

C.J. Redwine – How to Escalate Conflict in Your Novel

Does your manuscript have enough conflict to sustain the story? Our regular columnist C.J. Redwine gives us several examples on how to inject conflict into your manuscript.  We all know every story requires conflict. And most of […]

Top 3 Submission Errors and How Authors Can Fix ‘em

Senior Editor Ann Leslie Tuttle with Harlequin Books joins us today to share what she believes are the top three submission errors writers make and how they can fix ‘em. Ann Leslie has graciously agreed […]

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