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Benefits of a Small Conference by Duffy Brown

TweetI met Duffy Brown and Tonya Kappes when I lived in Cincinnati – through my old RWA writing chapter and through Lori Foster’s Reader & Author Get Together. For a couple of years, Duffy’s famous […]

Ruth A. Casie on Writing Conferences

TweetAs a rule, we open RU posts with a brief introduction of our guest blogger of the day. Today’s Visiting Professor, RUTH A. CASIE, has done a great job of introducing herself. Take it away, […]

Romance Writers of America National Conference by Pat Haggerty

Every year, Romance Writers of America puts on an annual conference. More than 2000 writers, publishers, agents, editors, and other industry professionals descend on some unsuspecting city for days of workshops, editor/agent appointments, awards, etc. […]

Maximize the Benefits of Your Multi-author Writing Cooperative by Jan O’Hara

TweetI am so excited to welcome the fabulous JAN O’HARA (of Writer Unboxed fame) with her second* RU post. I read Jan’s debut novel, OPPOSITE OF FROZEN, about a week ago and I loved it. […]

Finding Your Tribe – Networking and Beyond by Becke Martin Davis

RU Staffer Becke Martin Davis is blessed to have a large, widespread tribe. When her core tribe members meet at Lori Foster’s Reader Author Get Together (almost) every year, waiters at their favorite restaurants quake […]

Keep the Spirit! by Samanthya Wyatt

Keeping the spirit isn’t always easy, especially when the journey of an author is often strewn with landmines. For not-yet-published writers, rejection and self doubt give Imposter Syndrome the power to bring us down. For […]

Summer of Groupies and Gratitude – Wendy Corsi Staub

Wendy Corsi Staub shares her delight at the author’s signings at RWA this past summer! Wendy will also give away autographed copies of her thriller LIVE TO TELL and SCARED TO DEATH, the first two […]

What I Learned at the RWA Conference

When I first stepped into the airy lobby of the Swan and Dolphin hotel late Monday afternoon, the first thing that caught my eye was the grand scale of everything within. Towering columns, beautiful tile, […]

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