Writing Contests

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Weekly Lecture Schedule – July 14 to July 18th

We’ve got an interesting mash-up of lectures this week…Bollywood romance, writing contests, and a post on things that go bang. Grab some shade and join us. Monday, July 14th – The Bollywood Revolution – South […]

Bringing Home the Buckle: a Rodeo Queen’s NaNo Success Story with T.J. Kline

Are you embracing the insanity of NaNoWriMo this month? In keeping with the spirit of NaNo, I’m excited to welcome debut author and NaNo veteran T.J. Kline. After T.J. crossed the finish line in NaNo 2012, she […]

What Does It Take to be a Writer? with Mary Jo Burke

Today we welcome long-time RU supporter Mary Jo Burke who shares the highs and lows of being a writer.    So glad to have you here, Mary Jo! With a bow to the late great Dear Abby, I’ve […]

Cut and Run: Signs it’s Time to Retire from the Contest Circuit by Kelsey Browning

Those of us who write commercial fiction, especially romance, are fortunate so many organizations host writing contests. These contests offer many advantages: experience with proper manuscript formatting and synopsis development; mastery of submission fears; and […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule August 1 – August 5, 2011

Romance University Weekly Lecture Schedule for August 1 – August 5, 2011 http://www.RomanceUniversity.org Need help with your conflict? Thinking of writing a screenplay? Addicted to contests? You’ve come to the right place! Join the fun […]

Contests: A Great Stepping Stone Towards Publication

Kim Howe’s pursuit of publication just might qualify her as the poster girl for perseverance.  If you think I’m joking, ask her. She’ll tell you. After all, she has been nominated for the coveted Golden Heart award […]

Ins, Outs, Ups & Downs of Writing Contests

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 […]

Editors as Writing Contest Judges

When I first began my writing career a little over two years ago, I had no idea the romance genre offered such a wonderful vehicle for gaining feedback-or for dispensing such conflicting opinions-on a manuscript. […]

America’s Next Best Celler

Please welcome Brooke Borneman, Director of Sales and Marketing at Dorchester Publishing. Brooke is here today to chat with us about the Next Best Celler contest, co-sponsored by Dorchester and Textnovel, in which romance writers […]

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