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Romance University · 20h ago

How to Evoke Emotions as a Writer by Paul Bates

In romance novels, it’s all about creating emotions from your readers – Paul Bates gives us some tips on how to do that! A good author knows how and when to evoke a certain emotion […]
Romance University · 3d ago

Making Minor Characters Fresh: #Writing Advice by Chris Eboch

TweetChris Eboch finishes off the week with a post on secondary characters. When creating a new story, you probably spend the most time developing your main character, or perhaps your hero a...
Romance University · 5d ago

Writing Emotionally Charged Books and Scenes – by Heatherly Bell

Tweet Heatherly Bell has two releases this month and still found the time to write a post for us. Welcome back, Heatherly! Thank you for having me here again today. It’s a pleasure to return...
Romance University · 1w ago

Are You a Comment Spammer or an Etiquette Queen? – by Helen Henderson

Tweet RU Contributor Helen Henderson discusses the dos and don’ts of commenting on blogs. If you’ve read my previous posts this year, you may remember I am participating in a weekly challeng...
Romance University · 1W ago

Tips to Battle Procrastination From an ADHD Writer – by Amalie Berlin

Happy Friday and thanks for joining us today. Please welcome Visiting Professor Amalie Berlin. First, a couple disclaimers: I’m not a doctor. I don’t know all there is to know about ADHD. Wh...
Romance University · 1W ago

Are You a Researcher or a Storyteller? Finding the Balance in Historical Fiction – by KA Servian

TweetPlease welcome author KA Servian. Research is an essential part of writing. Fiction or non-fiction, contemporary or historical, at some stage in the process every writer needs to refer ...
Romance University · 2W ago

USING CARS & CLOTHES TO WRITE CHARACTER DESCRIPTION by Sandra Tilley

Tweet“Show, don’t tell” are words imprinted on every struggling writer’s brain, but it’s not always clear how to do that. When I first read Sandra Tilley‘s debut post for Romance University,...
Romance University · 2W ago

How to Add Depth to Your Protagonist by Angela Ackerman

One of our favorite people Angela Ackerman joins us today to talk about your protagonist! Read up! I love it when a story idea grips me. Often, it starts with one small thing…a sound, or […]
Romance University · 2W ago

Get Off the Churn Train! Writing Books that Stick by Rosalind James

Fabulous article today for all writers by the fabulous Rosalind James! Note: what follows is NOT an assertion that good books can’t be written fast. It’s about finding YOUR personal sweet sp...
Romance University · 3W ago

Horse Riding for City Slickers by Pat Haggerty

Why, you’re asking, is Pat Haggerty doing an article on horse riding on a romance writer’s website? Just in case one of your characters is ever on a horse, of course! =) The more you […]