Robin Covington

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Sara Megibow Sells Romance – Submission Suggestions

We were so fortunate to have Sara Megibow blog with us for a while and I’ve decided to pull one of her all-time fave posts and publish it again. As always, she’s candid, real and full […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule – July 21st to July 25th

Whether you’re attending the RWA conference in San Antonio or spending the week at your Italian villa, RU lectures are just a few keystrokes away. Here’s this week’s line-up: Monday, July 21st -Cooperative Marketing with […]

Writing In a New Genre with Robin Covington

What I learned from writing in a new subgenre I normally write category length contemporary romance and I love it. The modern setting is comfortable and the issues that couples face today is full of […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule: Mon., March 3 – Sat., March 8

March is here – the month of spring winds, shamrocks and green beer. What better way to kick off the month than to spend it with us at RU? Mon., March 3 – “The Organized […]

Hooray for Hollywood: Book Launch Party with Robin Covington

Hooray for Hollywood! Hello RU friends – I’m celebrating the release of my latest book, PLAYING THE PART, from the Brazen Imprint at Entangled Publishing. PtP was a big change for me. My two prior […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule, June 10-14, 2013

Weekly Lecture Schedule, June 10-14, 2013

It’s a Release Party for Robin Covington – His Southern Temptation

I am so excited to finally see my latest book, His Southern Temptation, out and available for readers.  This is the second of four books in the “The Boys Are Back” series which began with […]

Writing With These Four Walls by Alex Kidwell

Alex Kidwell visited us on February 24, 2012 as part of the writing team of Saxon and Kidwell.  The post on that day was all about how to co-write – the ups and downs – […]

Putting the Heat in the Kitchen: The Scoop on Foodie Romance with Kimberly Kincaid

Kimberly Kincaid is my critique partner and I have to admit that prior to beginning our journey together, I was clueless about foodie romance. yeah, my characters eat – but food and the love of […]

The Need for Speed with Elisabeth Staab

I don’t exactly remember how Elisabeth and I became friends but she’s one of the constant friends in my writing life. A fellow Washington Romance Writer, we might write different sub-genres but we can both […]

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