Time Management

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Time Management for Writers with Jeannie Moon

The fabulous Jeannie Moon is here today to address something we all struggle with – time management. She can’t give you more hours in the day but she can give excellent tips for juggling everything in your life. […]

Balancing the Business Side of Writing with Kathleen Collins

Gone are the days when an author signed a contract and dealt solely with an editor and an agent. Nowadays, authors are required to promote themselves and their books…and write. Author Kathleen Collins shares her […]

“Listen to the Silence” Combatting distractions and keeping the focus on your writing with Pamela Mingle

With a few keystrokes, you can jump from that scene that’s giving you fits and hop onto Facebook, check your emails, buy a book from Amazon…and why not pay a few bills on-line or treat yourself […]

Fried? Frazzled? Frustrated? Ruth Harris on How to be a Writer in the Twenty-First Century Without Going Bonkers

When was the last time you enjoyed a Calgon moment? RU contributor Ruth Harris talks about something writers know all too well.  You’ve got a book to write, a cover to create, tweets to tweet […]

Brenda Novak: It’s About Time…Management, That Is!

Today we welcome author and one-woman-whirlwind BRENDA NOVAK, who shares her time management techniques with us. In addition to writing multiple books every year, Brenda is the force behind the Auction for the Cure of […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule: March 18 – March 22, 2013

Sleepy from springing forward? No worries! You’ll always have a front row seat at RU. Here’s this week’s line-up of classes.  Mon, 3/18 –  Kelsey Browning: 10 Tips for the Debut  Author Weds, 3/20 – RU Columnist […]

Five Things to Remember – by Theresa Stevens

Editor Theresa Stevens takes the podium for the last time as our Ask An Editor columnist. Theresa has been integral to RU’s success, and we are extremely grateful for her contribution.  Theresa, we will miss you! This […]

The Slow Blog Manifesto and 8 Reasons for New Authors to Slow Blog by Anne R. Allen

Has finding time to write and maintain your blog become a juggling act? Have you neglected your manuscript because you’re busy pounding out daily blogposts and commenting on other people’s blogs?  Today, we welcome back […]

A Delicate Balance: Writing and the Day Job

Many writers also have a day job which means time management and balance becomes paramount in their lives. Not only does Jeannie Ruesch have a day job, she runs her own graphic design and marketing services company, Will Design For Chocolate. Tracey, Adrienne and I are especially fond of Jeannie since she designed our wonderful Romance University site. She’s here today to talk with us about how she runs her own business, keeps up with her three-year-old and still manages to write!

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