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BrianKlems Brian A. Klems
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Next Monday is leap year day. It only happens once every four years and comes and goes with little fanfare. I, on the other hand, love leap year day. Why? It provides an extra day in the year to write. It's a day we wouldn't otherwise have before the end of the year to help us reach our annual writing goal. I plan to spend extra time writing next Monday in celebrate. Who's with me?

In other Writer's Digest news, folks are signing up quickly for The Well-Sold Story Weekend in Boston, March 19-20, 2016, a Writer's Digest event. It's not often we're able to hold an event in the New England area, so if you live relatively close be sure to check it out. This two-day event, presented by literary agent and friend of WD, Paula Munier, is for any novelist, memoirist, or short story writer who is looking for drum-tight strategies for writing a manuscript that can be sold. Be sure to register now before space runs out.

Also, we only have 38 of our Write a Break Novel in 2016 bundles left. In this kit, you get 14 great writing resources (from books to OnDemand webinars to downloads and more) that will help you navigate the tough waters of writing a novel this year. Topics covered include plot, dialogue, characters, viewpoint, and revisions, just to name a few. It's a nearly $500 value that we're offering out for $59.99. But once the bundles are gone, the deal ends. Order yours now.

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