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Make Your Story Richer with In-depth Knowledge of Your Characters by Reese Ryan

Long-time RU supporter and author Reese Ryan returns to talk about the importance of creating a believable character. Welcome back, Reese!  Whether a story is plot-driven, or character-driven, so much of its success hinges on […]

5 Writing Tips From Da Vinci’s Demons with Joanna Penn

I am tickled pink to welcome Joanna Penn from The Creative Penn. I’ve subscribed to her blog for years – she has brilliant tips and articles for writers. Five years ago, I got rid of […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule, June 17 – 21, 2013

What’s Worse Than the Sophomore Book? with Tracey Devlyn

Today we welcome back one of Romance University’s founders – TRACEY DEVLYN! To those of us still struggling to write and sell our “freshman” book, it’s easy to forget there are more hurdles to come. […]

Engines and Cabooses with Mary Jo and Dave Thome

We’re new guys here at Romance University. We met met in journalism school and have been talking about writing ever since, so it’s possible we’ve had an actual conversation like this one: MJ: Remember when […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule for July 30 to August 3

Romance University Weekly Lecture Schedule for July 30th – August 3rd, 2012
 Mon, July 30 – Engines and Cabooses: Mary Jo and Dave Thome talk about the importance of starting and  finishing sentences right. Wed, […]

Slow Down by Avery Flynn

I am so lucky to have Avery Flynn as a fellow Waterworld Mermaid – a group of new  members to the Washington Romance Writers.  We hit it off right away because she is funny, smart, […]

What If and Why? by Tawny Weber

Tawny Weber writes for my dream imprint – Harlequin Blaze!  Her stories are sexy, funny, sexy, fresh, and  . . .  umm . . .  sexy. She is also super generous with her time and […]

Sloan Parker – Write What You Know: A Woman Writing M/M Romance

I don’t remember how I found Sloan Parker but I vividly remember the minute I finished her book, MORE, and immediately clicked back to the beginning and started the book over again. She was my […]

From Idea to Acceptance: Five Things to Smooth Your Path to Publication with Christina Hollis

We’re happy to have Harlequin Author Christina Hollis with us today. Christina gives us some great tips on navigating the bumpy road to publication. http://www.christinahollis.com  I wrote this blog because writing is a solitary process, […]

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