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Brainstorm your way to publication--with some A-List help:

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Brainstorm your way to publication—with some A-List help:
Writer's Digest The Well-Sold Story Weekend March 19-20, 2016
  A unique writing event is coming to the East Coast next month, and we think you should be there. Writer, Editor and Senior Literary agent PAULA MUNIER—along with New York Times Bestselling Author WILLIAM MARTIN—will be bringing all their cumulative expertise to THE WELL-SOLD STORY WEEKEND in Boston this March 19-20.

Seats are selling quickly, and if you’re on the East Coast (or a fan of Paula’s) Writer’s Digest wants to make sure you know how important it is to GRAB YOURS NOW.

So what’s different about this conference? A lot. In Paula’s words, “Selling your work is not as easy as simply telling a good story. You have to tell a good story that you can sell in the complex, ever-changing and often perplexing modern publishing landscape.” The Well-Sold Story Weekend takes you step-by-step through the process of writing and then selling your work.

Its all-encompassing focus means you get an overview of the entire process from experts. But this won’t be a sit-and-get experience. Paula’s created a dynamic learning weekend—check out the whole schedule HERE—with a mix of lecture, discussion and onsite activities to get your wheels turning. (Pro-tip: We recommend clicking on the BRAINSTORM sessions to get a taste of what she has planned.)

Paula Munier

William Martin
  And just to up the ante a bit more, every registrant will receive the following:
  • A free copy of 2016 Novel and Short Story Writer’s Market Deluxe Edition, including:
  • A bonus subscription to
  • Access to an exclusive OnDemand webinar from Writer's Digest
And remember, all of this is up for grabs at less than $200. Don’t hesitate; your future as a successful writer is waiting.

Register Now

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