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June 11, 2015

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BrianKlems Brian A. Klems
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Thanks to all who are purchasing Oh Boy, You're Having a Girl. It cracked the Amazon bestsellers list for parenting this week! I'm humbled and appreciative of all who have purchased it as a gift or for their own personal reading. There's still time to grab copies before Father's Day -- plus, it's a gift that supports books and promotes reading. Win-win.

Also, I'll be teaching at a couple of conferences this fall. First, I'll be speaking at the ever popular Writer's Digest Annual Conference in NYC from July 31-August 2, along with many bestselling authors and agents July 31-August 2. So many writers have met their future agents at our conference. It's a great investment in your writing career and a wonderful opportunity to meet other up-and-coming writers. I'll also be teaching in Indianapolis on October 24 at the Indiana Writing Workshop with several literary agents. I'd love to meet you at an event. Of course, bring your copy of Oh Boy -- I'd be happy to sign it.  

Take care of yourself and your writing,
Brian A. Klems
Online Editor, Writer's Digest
Author, Oh Boy, You're Having a Girl: A Dad's Survival Guide to Raising Daughters
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Top 10 (Normal) Struggles When Writing a Novel
Writing a novel isn't the easiest thing to do. In fact, it takes hard work, dedication and the ability to occasionally ignore Facebook. But when you're struggling, it's important to know you're not alone. Here are 10 common challenges most of us writers have to deal with from time to time. How many of these sound familiar to you?
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7 Tips for Pitching to an Agent or Editor at a Conference
I'll admit: I was scared to death to live-pitch my book the first time, and I almost didn't. I figured I was better with words on a page, so I'd just query the agents I met at conferences. I am a huge proponent of pitching your book in person to an agent, though, because it's incredibly beneficial. Here are seven tips to keep in mind:
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When it comes to your writing, did you finally get around to doing that thing you've always wanted to do? Every day, writers everywhere are realizing that it's never too late to start that memoir, try a new genre, move to the oceanside (or mountaintop) writing spot of your dreams, launch a blog, found the writing group you've always wanted ...

Writer's Digest wants to hear your stories of going after the writing dreams or goals you've always longed for, but never quite gone after until ...

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Send us your story, along with your name, city/state and URL (if applicable), via email to with "Never Too Late" in the subject line. Select stories will be featured in the November/December issue of Writer's Digest magazine and/or at and other WD publications (and by submitting your story, you grant permission for your words to appear). Responses may be edited for space or clarity.
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wd-logoHow to Write and Pitch Novels & Picture Books for Kids - June 29 Boot Camp by the Agents at P.S. Literary (Critique for all Attendees)
In this new Writer's Digest Boot Camp starting June 29th, 2015, "Selling Your Children's Book: How to Write and Pitch Novels & Picture Books for Kids," the agents of P.S. Literary Agency will show you how to make your submission stand out. How do you write a children's book with commercial appeal? How do you decide what category and genre your book belongs in? How do you find agents and publishers to submit your manuscript to? How can you attract both child and adult readers (and buyers)?
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Don't miss WDC's Central Keynote Speaker Jacqueline Woodson!

Jacqueline-WoodsonWriter's Digest Conference, NYC, July 31- August 2, 2015
We are pleased to announce the Central Keynote Speaker, Jacqueline Woodson, has been awarded with the Young People's Poet Laurente by the Poetry Foundation Award! This compliments her list of honors including the 2014 National Book Award Winner for her New York Times bestselling memoir, Brown Girl Dreaming, the Newbery Honor winner (four times), the NAACP Image Award, National Book Award finalist and the Coretta Scott King Award. Join Woodson, along with Writer's Digest editors Brian A. Klems, Jessica Strawser, Chuck Sambuchino and more bestselling writers, at this year's event.
UPDATE: Our recently added 4th Pitch Slam is already 50% sold out. Be sure to register now before all the slots are full.
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