We’ve talked over the last couple of weeks about whether or not you should have a website (you should) and what should be included. Now it’s time to talk about what not to include on an author website. So our topic for this Technical Tuesday is author website blunders.
So for Technical Tuesdays here at The Romance Studio, we’ve been talking about a number of issues to help romance novelists and writers to maintain a presence and promote it online. And we’ve gotten some really good feedback on these pieces. But three times now I’ve gotten the same related question and it seemed like […]
Back in December 2003, The Romance Studio had Lisa Renee Jones, Dee S. Knight, Lora Leigh, Tina Leonard, and Jennifer Macaire as featured members. Let’s take a look at them now!
For today’s Website Wednesday, we’re reviewing the website of New York Times best-selling author Lisa Renee Jones. Lisa has been a part of our TRS community since our early years and if you haven’t read any of her works before, what are you waiting for? Her latest release A Perfect Lie is out on 5/15/19 […]
With so many online vendors selling books, sites like Goodreads and WattPad, and social media profiles being plentiful, many authors are left wondering if they even need a website. If so, what does it need to have to get readers to visit it?
On December 17, 2018, I was aware that Tumblr was instating a new adult policy on content on their platform. Tumblr is a social media venue that The Romance Studio has been happy and proud to use to help showcase our authors and the books in the romance genre that we love.
We thought we’d mention some special holidays romances by member authors here at TRS that we’ve enjoyed and we think you will too.
Wooing a Woman: New Orleans Edition with Erin Nicholas My newest book, Going Down Easy, is a hot, contemporary romance set in one of the sexiest cities in the country: New Orleans. I’ve loved New Orleans since my first visit there in 2011 and have been back multiple times. I fall more in love with the place every time I’m there. […]