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Happy Thanksgiving to all my American writing friends! I'll keep this short and sweet so you can focus less time on my letter and spend more time reading the writing tips below (and more time recovering from eating too much pumpkin pie).

BLACK FRIDAY NEWS: We've already started our Black Friday sale in the WritersDigestShop, where you save 50% off most items you buy. Treat yourself to some early presents or get writing resources for friends. Honestly, this is the best time of the year to build your writing resource bookshelf--lowest prices, plus we're about a month away from New Year's resolutions. Be prepared to write your novel in 2016 by loading up on what you need now.   

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The 7 Qualities of High-Concept Stories
Stumped by submission guidelines calling for "high-concept" romance, suspense, young adult or other popular fiction? These 7 qualifiers will help you gauge how (and where) your work fits in.
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How to Create Instantly (& Instinctively) Recognizable Characters
Meeting characters in a novel is very much like meeting people in real life. When we start reading a book, it's as if we moved to a new town and were meeting a whole bunch of new people at the same time. Your job as a writer is to create that town and populate it with characters that live their lives before our eyes.
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Recently I had the honor of interviewing local author Robert Beatty to discuss his debut novel, Serafina and the Black Cloak. Myself and my children have enjoyed the novel immensely and I was thrilled when he agreed to give us a glimpse behind the scenes.
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Thanksgiving Burgers: Write about the only time you hosted Thanksgiving. Start with the line, "For my first Thanksgiving as host, I bought the biggest turkey they had in the store," and end your story with "And that's why we all ate hamburgers."
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If you're on Twitter consider following me, @BrianKlems. I promise to share lots of good writing information, as well as amusing things. Here's this week's popular tweet:
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New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Jaida Temperly of New Leaf Literary & Media) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.
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