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Are You Making These Setting Mistakes? (Plus, the 101 Best Websites for Writers)

Plus setting advice, House of Cards writing tips, new agent alerts and more.
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April 12, 2016

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BrianKlems Brian A. Klems
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wd0616_160It's finally here! The 2016 list of the 101 Best Websites for Writers drops today inside the pages of the new May/June issue of Writer's Digest. This is one of our bestselling issues of the year and it's jam-packed with resources that will help you grow as a writer and build your writing career. On top of the 101 Best Websites for Writers, the new issue includes:
  • 8 Simple Steps to Blogging Your Way to Success
  • Best Practices for Writers on Twitter & Facebook
  • How to be a Plotter and a Pantser
  • Winners of the 11th Annual Writer's Digest Popular Fiction Awards
  • Tips on building your own email list of fans (and putting it to work for you)
  • The WD Interview: Rainbow Rowell
  • And more!
This is one of the most valuable issues of the year, so don't miss it. Download the May/June issue--and the 101 Best Websites for Writers--now!

Also, in honor of Tax Day, Robert and I have a new Writer's Market podcast that features tax expert (and writer) Carol Topp, who offers up some great (and easy to implement) advice on how writers can save on their taxes (hint: attending a writers' conference can be tax deductible!). Listen now to learn what you can do to help your career and save on your taxes in 2016.  

Take care of yourself and your writing,
Brian A. Klems
Online Editor, Writer's Digest
Author, Oh Boy, You're Having a Girl: A Dad's Survival Guide to Raising Daughters
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Are You Making These Setting Mistakes?
Setting can empower a story on so many levels, but until you realize exactly how to use setting effectively, it can create unnecessary stumbling blocks. Stumbling blocks that can stop any reader-including an agent or editor-cold.

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It's a topic writer's rarely want to breach, but one that definitely warrants discussion. We all want to be humble in our craft, never appearing to be self-obsessed or over-confident or selfish in our abilities or intentions. We want to support writing in all forms, from all individuals, and are quick to give of ourselves, our time and our connections in order to grow the writing community. However, that same community is, unfortunately, filled with individuals that are more toxic than supportive. Being a writer is challenging and competitive, time-consuming and exhausting; a combination that can bring out the worst in certain individuals.

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4 Things House of Cards Can Teach Us About Writing
There's a lot you can learn about writing from other mediums--specifically television. Here are some writing takeaways from House of Cards, which does an excellent job of creating compelling primary characters with strong goals and opposition, as well as a rich supporting cast. Few shows on television have filled out their cast of characters as well as this one.

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Are you tired of the rejections? Sick of always hearing agents say no? Want to figure out how to make them say yes? Why not turn around your process by going straight to the source: literary agents!

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How to Query an Agent When Writing a Trilogy (or Series)
When you are writing a book series and you're ready to query an agent, do you just pitch the first book or do you pitch the whole series? We have the answer here.

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