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

TweetIt’s a manic Monday and my Word program isn’t cooperating, so here’s a post from the RU archives written by author Reese Ryan.  Whether a story is plot-driven, or character-driven, so much of its success […]

On Writing by Ella Carey

TweetI’ve always been a book worm, but since I started writing, I’ve had a renewed appreciation for authors. Whether it’s a book that I wish would never end or one that couldn’t end soon enough, […]

Editing for Pantsers with Terri L. Austin

Your manuscript might be the best thing you’ve ever written or upon closer inspection, a pile of words. Either way, editing is a crucial part of the process. Author Terri L. Austin’s last two books […]

The Power of 15 Minutes by Kristina Knight

You’ve got a laundry list of things that need to get done (including laundry) and no time to write. Sound familiar? Author Kristina Knight shares her fifteen minute writing method and tips on keeping your […]

The Juggling Act by Adrienne Giordano

Writing more than one book at a time? RU founder and multi-published author Adrienne Giordano shares her tips on managing multiple projects.  Welcome back, Adrienne!  While visiting with some writer friends last weekend I was […]

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. […]

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, […]

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