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8 Practical Tips to Avoid Too Much Plot in Your Novel

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March 15, 2016

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It's your final chance to sign up for two big writing events that start in the coming days. One takes place in Boston while the other you can participate in from the comfort of your own home. Here they are:
Also, this Friday, March 18, from 11-1 p.m. Eastern Time, we'll be hosting a Facebook chat with freelance writing expert Zachary Petit, author of The Essential Guide to Freelancing: How to Write, Work and Thrive on Your Own Terms, where he'll answer any and all questions about freelancing (and writing). All you have to do is like the Writer's Digest Facebook page and then join us on Friday at 11 to participate. Best of all, it's free! Put it on your calendar and go here to like us on Facebook.  

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Jacquelyn Mitchard
8 Practical Tips to Avoid Too Much Plot in Your Novel
How do you stop over-plotting your novel? It isn't easy, and it isn't pleasant, but the reward for plot discipline can be a lean, compelling narrative that attracts literary agents. Try these tips.

Click here for the 8 tips.


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Mike Hoogland
New Literary Agent Alert: Mike Hoogland of Dystel & Goderich Literary
New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Mike Hoogland of Dystel & Goderich Literary) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.

Here are the types of manuscripts he's currently seeking.

The Writer's Arsenal of Essential Skills: Elements of Craft Digital Collection
Heather Webb
Should You Grant an Exclusive Read of Your Novel to an Agent?
If a literary agent asks for a six-week exclusive window to look at your manuscript, should you grant it? Here's what you should consider.

Agents chime in here.

Boot Camp
How to Find and Keep a Literary Agent - Agent One-on-One Boot Camp (With Critiques) Starts March 21, 2016
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.

Sign up for the boot camp here.

Cris Freese
4 Things True Detective 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, particularly those authors who write in your genre. But I think there's a lot you can learn about writing from other mediums, too. Specifically television. This week we'll take a look at the first season of True Detective.

Here are 4 takeaways you can use in your writing.

Julia Drake
How a Fiction Anthology Is Made
Anthologies can come together in so many different ways that I always turn the pages wondering how the book came about-and what we can all learn from it-particularly since one particular group of authors is even collaborating on a book tour! One of those writers was kind enough to take us behind the scenes of the proposing, writing, organizing and promoting of her anthology, and to offer her best advice for others looking to collaborate, particularly with short stories on a like theme.

Read more about how this came together.


Your Weekly Writing Prompt
All in a Days Work: As a doctor for hire you've met a fair share of odd folks. Nothing quite like this though: A man in his mid-thirties stands before you, clutching a wound just given to him by another man sprinting down the street. Now the perpetrator trips and lands on his own knife. Screaming for help and not knowing what the heck just happened-what do you do?

Post your response (500 words or fewer) in the comments below.

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