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The new issue of Writer's Digest is out. It includes great instructional articles such as 10 Picture Book Pitfalls-and How to Fix Them, Habits of Highly Successful Short Story Writers, 9 Ways to Polish Your Poetry for Publication and our WD Interview with Pulitzer-Prize winning fiction writer Jhumpa Lahiri. It also introduces our new column, Platforms of Yore. Be sure to check it out and download it here.

Also, today we've launched a special Writing For Children & Young Adults Premium Collection, a bundle of writing resources designed to help you write and publish great books for kids, land an agent and find publishing success. It contains 14 great teaching tools, including The Writer's Guide To Crafting Stories For Children, Writing the Breakout Teen Novel OnDemand Webinar, the 2016 Children's Writer's & Illustrator's Market and more. There's one catch: We only have 100 of the kits at the reduced price of $99.99 (a $605.99 value), so once they are gone, they are gone. Order your premium collection now.

Finally, I'm very excited that I'll be teaching at several writers' conferences all over the country this year. Come join me in Dayton, OH (March 31) , Raleigh, NC (April 30), and Washington DC (Sept. 10). I love meeting with writers and helping them navigate the tricky world of publishing. Some of the events will have agents taking pitches. Attending writing conferences are a great way to network as well. Hope to see you at an event this year!

Take care of yourself and your writing,
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How to Set a Novel in an Unfamiliar Location
For a fiction writer, weaving a real historical incident into my narrative posed an interesting challenge. Here's what you should know.
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5 Things Better Call Saul Can Teach Us About Writing
I think the general consensus among those writers who teach the craft is that you must read—and read widely—about the craft of writing. They’ll also tell you to study fellow authors who write in your genre. And that’s solid advice. But I think there’s a lot you can learn about writing from other mediums, too. Specifically television. And since we’re in the golden age of television, there has never been a better time to analyze all the excellent writing that takes place in shows today—as well as some from yesteryear.
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wd-logoHow to Find and Keep a Literary Agent - Agent One-on-One Boot Camp (With Critiques) Starts March 21
In this Boot Camp, you'll learn how to get a literary agent's attention through a great submission, and also how to navigate the process of working successfully with an agent. You'll work with an agent online (from Sandra Dijkstra Literary) to review and refine your all-important query letter and the first 5 pages of your novel. Seats in the boot camp are limited, and many WD camps sell out - so consider signing up sooner rather than later.
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Wedding Crashers: You are standing at the altar waiting to marry the person of your dreams. The preacher says, "Should anyone here present know of any reason that this couple should not be joined in holy matrimony, speak now or forever hold your peace." You smile at your soon-to-be spouse, ready to get on with the vows. Suddenly-just like the movies-the chapel doors burst open. "I object!" You turn to see who dared to interrupt your day. It's your ex. Finish the scene.
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Paul is looking for science fiction, fantasy, mystery, suspense, and humor (both fiction and nonfiction). He's looking for strong stories with interesting characters. Well-rounded LGBT characters and characters of color are a plus. Find out more here.
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Creative Writing 101 combines teaching the key elements of storytelling with developing the protagonist. Once you understand who this character is and how to make sure you've included the key story elements, you are well on your way to writing that book you have been squelching.
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Join us March 19-20, 2016, for The Well-Sold Story Weekend, a brand-new Writer's Digest event in Boston with a goal of helping you to not only write a great book but position it for success in today's difficult publishing climate. Here's everything you need to know.
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