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Some words of encouragement (and an opportunity) for you:

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Some words of encouragement (and an opportunity) for you:
Writer's Digest Annual Conference
  Dear Fellow Writer,

I know how tough the publishing process is—I’ve been through it! First you have to have a killer idea. Then you must flesh out the idea and write a full manuscript. Then, after editing it more times than you’d like to admit, you must find a way to get it in front of a literary agent and convince him or her that your story is a bestseller—oh, and that you’re a hardworking, enthusiastic writer who has a long, lucrative career ahead of yourself.

That’s easy to do over email, right? Generally not.

One of the best ways to get an agent’s attention is to pitch them face-to-face, and we want to give you that opportunity. Join us August 12-14 for the Writer’s Digest Annual Conference in New York City where you can participate in the famous Pitch Slam. We’re gathering more than 50 agents and editors who are looking for new clients and want to hear about your manuscript.

Here’s how the Pitch Slam works: For one hour you have the opportunity to pitch as many agents as possible. You get three minutes to talk face-to-face with an agent, selling your book (and yourself) to them. Use the first 90 seconds to make your pitch and then use the final 90 seconds to get feedback and answer the agent’s questions. If they like it, they’ll request a partial (or even a full). We’ve had success story after success story of writers who landed their agent after meeting him or her at our Conference—and we take great pride in that.

You have four months to get your manuscript (and your pitch) in tip-top shape. Take advantage of this opportunity and join us at the 2016 Writer’s Digest Conference. Just by being there you’ll show agents how serious you are about your writing career. Admission to the Pitch Slam is limited and slots are selling out. Don’t miss your chance: Register now!

Phil Sexton
Take care of yourself and your writing,

Brian A. Klems
Online Editor, Writer’s Digest
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