Sara Megibow returns to her monthly gig with us to talk about the big pink elephant in the room: Do you need an agent? Her answers are fresh, surprising, and absolutely candid. We never expect [...]
We’re delighed to have Tonya Kappes, author of Carpe Bead ‘em and The Ladybug Jinx, on the RU campus today. Tonya’s offering us a peek into the glamorous life of an author and her writing process. Screams and [...]
Romance University is thrilled to announce that Sara Megibow, Associate Literary Agent at the Nelson Literary Agency, LLC, has joined us as a monthly columnist. On the second Wednesday of every month, she’ll be here [...]
Today, we’re pleased to welcome YA author Inara Scott. THE CANDIDATES is the first book of Inara’s DELCROIX ACADEMY series. Her second book, THE WATCHERS, will debut next spring. Top Five Things I Learned From My Editors By Inara Scott [...]
You’ve just been offered a contract, and it’s full of legal mumbo jumbo you’ll never understand! How do you know if you need an attorney or an agent? Elaine English tells us. Most writers have [...]
Help me welcome today’s posters – Leah Ashton, winner of the MB New Voices contest and Heidi Hormel, Top Four Winner! Carrie Spencer – First of all Leah, congrats on your win! You must be [...]
Welcome to Crafting Your Career! Today, we continue our discussion on the state of historical romance with New York Times Bestselling author Laura Lee Guhrke. Laura’s graciously agreed to give us her take this ever-changing [...]
It’s my great pleasure to welcome Kris Kennedy and her agent Barbara Poelle to Romance University. As many of you know, RU’s highlighting a different romance sub-genre each month, and February’s all about historical. Today, [...]
Welcome to the first of a yearlong series of lectures on different romance fiction sub-genres. One Monday each month, Crafting Your Career will be dedicated to this topic, and today’s post focuses on the contemporary romance. Those of us who’ve been around know sub-genres wax and wane in popularity, so which “w” word applies to contemporaries in the current publishing climate?
Today, New York Times bestselling author Carly Phillips and literary agent Laura Bradford are here to share their insights and predictions. Carly and Laura will also check in throughout the day to answer questions.
Today, we’re delighted to have Donnell Bell with us. She, along with many other volunteers, contributes countless hours to ensure the success of the Kiss of Death chapter’s Daphne contest each year. Without people like [...]