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How To Vividly Describe a Setting That You’ve Never Visited by Angela Ackerman

Woohoo! Angela Ackerman is back in the house with another fabulous post! Do not miss this one! One of the big decisions writers are faced with is whether to choose a real location for the […]

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!   […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule – March 17th to March 22nd

Whether you’re enjoying the first spring blooms or preparing for another late winter storm, RU is always in session. Here’s our line-up for the coming week! Monday, March 17th – Mary Buckham presents: What is […]

Book Launch Day with Loucinda McGary

Today, we’re celebrating Loucinda McGary’s latest release, Dead Girl in a Green Dress! An avid traveler, the locales of her novels are a result of places she’s visited.  A trip to Mackinac Island sets the […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule: March 4 – March 8, 2013

Here’s our March mash-up for this week! We hope you’ll join us! Mon, 3/4 – RU Contributor Handsome Hansel presents: Sex Is Not Romantic…Or So I’ve Been Told Weds, 3/6 – Inspiration Hunting in the Publishing […]

Ask An Editor: Dos and Don’ts of Settings

Welcome to Theresa Stevens’s monthly Ask an Editor blog! Today, Theresa gives us the lowdown on settings. Very commonly, writers want to know what separates the publishable-but-ordinary book from the publishable-and-great one. The answer is […]

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