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5 Things That Should Be On Every Writer's Bucket List

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Brian Klems
Brian A. Klems
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Some big deadlines are ahead for two of our premier writing competitions, where we'll be handing out more than $20,000 in total prizes. Here are the upcoming deadlines you need to know in order to submit your work and have a chance to win:
Not only can you win cash prizes, but you can also win a trip to our popular Writer's Digest Conference in NYC and pad your writing resume by being a Writer's Digest writing award winner. And be sure to check out our other writing competitions that take place in the fall by clicking here.

Also, Episode 3 of the Writer's Market podcast dropped today, which discusses building your freelance career. Get an exclusive listen here on the Writer's Market site right now before we spread the word elsewhere. (It's one of the perks of being a subscriber to my newsletter!)

Finally, it's your last chance to join me in Raleigh, NC for the Write Now! Conference, which takes place this weekend, April 30. And for a list of events and cities where I'll be speaking in 2016, click here.

Take care of yourself and your writing,

Brian A. Klems
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5 Things That Should Be On Every Writer's Bucket List

When you stumble into this writing life, you're met with a massive lifetime to-do list of what's expected and required of you to ensure success: Write a lot, read a lot, start a blog, attend a writers' conference, etc. There are those basics. But sometimes you need an extra creative boost, something to kick your writing into high gear when your career or inspiration are stuck in a rut. After you've gotten some of the basics down, explore these bucket list items to boost your creativity and take the next step towards your own unique writing life and career.

Add these to your writer bucket list ...
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7 Surprising Things I Learned Self-Publishing a Book

Learning how much goes into writing, producing, and launching a self-published book that looks pro and gets attention was an eye-opening experience. Here are the top 7 facts you should know.

Here's what you need to know ...

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Albert Lee
New Literary Agent Alert: Albert Lee of Zachary Shuster Harmsworth

New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Albert Lee of Zachary Shuster Harmsworth) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.

About Albert: Albert Lee was the executive editor of US Weekly for fourteen years. Before that, he was the founding editor in chief of, associate editor at, and wrote for The Village Voice, Dance Magazine, and more.

Albert is actively seeking writers who write ...
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DEADLINE MAY 2: Enter the WD Self-Published Book Awards

Whether you're a professional writer, a part-time freelancer or a self-starting student, here's your chance to enter the premier self-published competition exclusively for self-published books. Writer's Digest hosts the 24th annual self-published competition-the Annual Self-Published Book Awards. This self-published competition, co-sponsored by Book Marketing Works, LLC spotlights today's self-published works and honors self-published authors.

Enter now before it's too late ...
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Cris Freese
3 Things Bloodline 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. Every other Monday, I'll be bringing you takeaways from some of the best television shows out there. These are meant to be specific concepts, themes, techniques, etc., that a writer can learn from the show. This week we'll take a look at the Netflix-exclusive Bloodline.

Spoiler Alert: Great tips are ahead ...
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Your Weekly Writing Prompt

Cat Got Your Tongue?: You wake up for work one day, brush your teeth, pack your computer bag and head out the door. But when you walk into your office building and try to say hello to the receptionist, you can't speak. What's got your tongue? Can the receptionist speak, or is her voice gone as well?

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