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BrianKlems Brian A. Klems
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We have some HUGE sales going on this week and next during our 12 Days of Deals to start off December. Save this newsletter and click this link each day to find out what the new deal is.

Also, our How to Find and Keep a Literary Agent Boot Camp starts Monday, December 7. It's one of your last opportunities to get a critique by an agent of your query letter and first five pages before the end of the year. It's a 3-day event that you can do from the comfort of your own home and will give you specific tools and guidance on how to improve your work and make it more attractive to agents, publishers and readers. Sign up now before it sells out.

Finally, the final deadline for our Short Short Story Competition is coming up (December 14). All you need is a story of 1,500 words (or fewer) and you could win $3,000 and a trip to the 2016 Writer's Digest Conference in NYC. (The conference is an amazing experience if you've never been.) The clock is ticking, so enter now.

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How to Conquer Your Writing Fears
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That's the question I asked myself when I started to outline my second novel, Sleeping Embers of an Ordinary Mind. I hear you say: Surely, you already knew! But I didn't. I wrote my first novel, A Calculated Life, over the course of several years with frequent breaks of many months. I kept coming back to the incomplete manuscript, reading it afresh each time, and then pressing on, adding a few thousand words before I had to put the manuscript away again. Life kept intervening.
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