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NEW KEYNOTE: NYT bestseller Robert Crais will be the opening keynote at WDNWC!

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Announcing Robert Crais as the Opening Keynote!
Writers Digest is pleased to announce the opening keynote for this years Novel Writing Conference: New York Times bestseller Robert Crais. Crais is the author of the acclaimed Elvis Cole series, with 20 total crime novels under his belt. After spending years writing scripts for such major television series as Hill Street Blues, Cagney & Lacey and Miami Vice, his fiction debut, The Monkeys Raincoat, won the Anthony and Macavity awards and was nominated for the Edgar Award. Since, Crais has seen his books land on The New York Times and Los Angeles Times bestseller lists, and be adapted into a major motion picture (Hostage, starring Bruce Willis).

His books have been published in 62 countries and are bestsellers around the world. Crais received the Ross Macdonald Literary Award in 2006 and was named Grand Master by the Mystery Writers of America in 2014.

You can join Craisalong with dozens of other published novelists and agents to be announcedat our Novel Writing Conference in Pasadena, Calif., this October 2628.

No matter where you are in your novel writing career, this program will have something for you!

You can reserve your seatand lock in the best priceby registering before September 4.

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