Writing Romance

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Weekly Lecture Schedule April 14-18

Spring planting is just starting here in the midwest – read some of these great articles and you’ll have seeds of new ideas sprouting in your writing brain as well! Monday, April 14 – Literary […]

The Importance of Vulnerability in Relationships with Angela Ackerman

Whether your characters exchange those furtive first glances or give in to the undeniable chemistry they share, opening their hearts means making themselves vulnerable. The fabulous Angela Ackerman returns to talk about why vulnerability plays an […]

Handsome Hansel – Be A Parent To Your Characters

Help me welcome Handsome Hansel from the Dance of Romance. Are your characters like your children? Is it time to throw them into the deep end of the pool? Maybe it’s the afterglow of all […]

How to Write a Best Selling Romance with Melanie Milburne

Welcome Melanie Milburne to Romance University! Melanie is going to give us some helpful how-to hints on writing! Romance is big business and because there are so many romance novels in the market place it […]

Handsome Hansel – I Blame Computers

OH Computers! Where would we be without you? Handsome Hansel from Dance of Romance tells us….and it ain’t purty. =) (yes, that did rate me a red underline!)      I’m a pretty intelligent guy. Or […]

Demystifying Sexual Intimacy with Kamy Chetty

Help me welcome Kamy Chetty – what a beautiful name! – to Romance University. Kamy tells us how to up the sexual tension in our novels. Kamy will be giving away a Kindle copy of […]

Engaging the Senses with Maria McKenzie

Welcome back to Maria McKenzie! Maria joined us last fall with a fabulous post on The Art of Writing Dialogue. Today she tells us how to engage the senses. What you see is what you […]

Tips on Writing Deep POV by Barbara Wallace

Nothing makes a story more intense than adding in Deep POV. Join us with Barbara Wallace today as she gives us a few helpful hints. Confession time. While writing this article, I’m avoiding revisions on my […]

The Unrepentant Character with Mae Clair

Help me welcome a new friend to RU. Mae Clair writes strong willed characters – who sometimes talk back! We’ve all encountered them. It’s the character you’ve pre-determined will respond a certain way in a […]

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: The Art of Writing Dialogue with Maria McKenzie

Help me welcome Maria McKenzie to Romance University! Today, Maria gives us wonderful tips on writing dialogue. Think of your plot as a blank linen canvas stretched  over a stiff wooden frame, and your dialogue […]

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