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The final deadline for our Short Short Story Competition is next Monday, December 14. All it takes is 1,500 words (or fewer) to have a chance to win a trip to the 2016 Writer's Digest Annual Conference in NYC. (NOTE: Registration for the conference, which takes place in August, just opened up. Register now and lock in the lowest possible price to attend. We're moved the event because it outgrew our old location and we're still expecting to sellout. So the sooner you sign up to join us, the better.

Finally, use this week and next to get in all the writing you possibly can before the hustle and bustle of the holidays really kicks in. Even if that means keeping a pad and pen in your car or creating a shortcut on your tablet to take down your brainstorming notes. Use every opportunity you can. I know I will.   

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FINAL CHANCE TO ENTER: The WD Short Short Story Competition
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I resisted online writing contests for years, opting instead for ones that were linked to conferences. Finally, after my second time as a finalist in the Pacific Northwest Writer's Association Literary Contest, four years of querying four different books, a growing blog and magazine platform, but still no agent, I decided to enter author Brenda Drake's fabulous Pitch Wars contest. The result- less than two weeks after the contest ended, I signed with a wonderful agent who loves my Middle Grade adventure-fantasy:
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