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BrianKlems Brian A. Klems
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Navigating the web for trustworthy resources is incredibly difficult, especially if you're a writer. There are tips and advice sites all over the place, but if you stumble upon the wrong site, you could get steered in the wrong direction (and you'd hate to be pitching an agent at a conference using poor etiquette you learned at an unreliable site. That's why you need to check out A Writer's Guide to the Web, which takes a peek at our new issue--an issue that focuses on the best of the best writing resources on the web. Be sure to read on here .

Also, we have three new resources of our own that are tailor-made for writers looking for agents (and agent advice): And finally, a reminder that I'll be instructing and keynoting at several events that have agents around the country, including Raleigh, NC (April 30), Nashville (July 23), and Denver (July 30). And, of course, the biggest agent event takes place August 12-14 in NYC at the Writer's Digest Annual Writing Conference , where more than 50 agents will gather to take pitches. Attending a writing conference can change your career, as you learn so much and get to meet face-to-face with agents (people who can help you get published). I'd love to meet you at an event!

Take care of yourself and your writing,
Brian A. Klems
Senior 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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8 Tips to Writing Unreliable Narrators
Whether you want your characters to be deliberately deceitful or not, crafting an unreliable narrator has to be done with deliberate care. So, how do you let the reader know that there may be more to the character-and to the story at hand-than even the character himself might admit?

Here are some tips.

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The Art of Taking Critique
Technically, I've been criticized-I mean "critiqued"-my entire career. Whether it's getting feedback from an audience at a play reading, notes from a book editor, or a room rewrite of a television script, my job is to translate opinions into positive changes for whatever project I'm working on. It's a tricky business because our natural instinct is to assume critique is criticism, and resist it. But learning how to utilize comments about your work may mean the difference between career success and failure. Here are some tips on how to develop the thick yet porous skin you need to navigate critique.

These six tips will help.

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

Amanda is seeking these types of writers ...

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6 Tips for Successful Comedy Writing
Any intelligent person can learn humor, work at it, and even produce it. The problem is that the commercial world won't pay enough for second best to allow everyone to make a living. In humor, good enough is no longer good enough. Only a few of those who study humor go on to become professional humorists, but the same is true in many professions.

Add humor to any writing by trying this.

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Pitch Agents Live at the Writer's Digest Annul Conference in NYC
The Writer's Digest Annual Conference is one of the biggest events for writers in the country that brings together the best of writing and publishing professionals to help you get a better understanding of what it takes to write, publish and sell a book and, just as important, have a successful writing career. But you need to sign up now to get the best price available.

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Bestseller Lisa Scottoline Shares Where "What If?" Can Lead a Story-and Why Perseverance Pays
Having interviewed countless bestsellers during my time here at Writer's Digest, one thing I've learned is this: When a writer's advice sticks with you in a way that changes your own writing life for the better, you should make a point of following that writer. First, the least you can do is return the favor. And second, there's probably more to be learned.

Read Lisa's interview here.


Your Weekly Writing Prompt
Angry Doppelgänger: You decide to spend the day enjoying the sunny weather. And that's great, until you see him (or her)-but who? The person looks exactly like you, but you know that you don't have a twin. And what's this, he (or she) is approaching you-angrily. Who is this, and why are is this person so mad?

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