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The 5 Biggest Fiction Writing Mistakes (& How to Fix Them)

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Thanks to the good folks at the Write Now Conference in Raleigh, NC, for having me keynote their event. I'm always reminded of how amazing writers are when I attend events. It's an experience all writers should get (and multiple times, if possible). If you want a small taste of what goes on at a writing conference, check out the recap through this thread on Twitter. Also, don't forget to check out our Writer's Digest Conference in NYC this August. Many great speakers and agents will be there. You should be there too.

In Competition News: The Early bird deadline for our 85th Annual Writing Competition is this Friday, May 6. It's the only time you can get a discounted entry price to enter this popular competition. Many categories available to enter. Plus, a total of 501 winners will be chosen, giving everyone a great opportunity to add to their writing resume. Enter now before entry fees increase.

Also we have a free webinar next Tuesday, May 10: Get Paid to Write: How to Land Paid Assignments Writing Copy and Content. Join Rebecca Matter - who personally hires dozens of writers every year - to learn what the best paying opportunities are for writers, how much you can expect to make for each of the projects, where to find good-paying clients, how to land the assignments, and more! It's a great way to see how our webinars work. Click here to sign up.

Take care of yourself and your writing,

Brian A. Klems
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The 5 Biggest Fiction Writing Mistakes (& How to Fix Them)

Start your revision by addressing these, and you'll immediately change your story for the better.

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Books in Progress ConferenceWendell Berry (World Lost, Jayber Crow, and Hannah Coulter, among others) will keynote.

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Topics include nonfiction, fiction, and YA; business workshops on how to get published; and more. Plus,  1-on-1 pitches with literary agents available.


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4 Reasons You Need a Business Plan for Your Book

If you are like most writers, when you get an idea for a book, you want to start immediately. If you are a mapper or plotter, you may stop to outline your scenes or your content prior to sitting down to write. If you are "pantser," someone who likes to just write "by the seat of your pants," you probably just hurry to your computer and start typing.

In either case, it's highly likely that you don't do any business planning. Yet, almost every book project benefits from the creation of a pre-writing business plan. No matter how you want to publish your book, a business plan helps you produce a marketable, which equates to a successful, book.

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New Literary Agent Alert: Alexandra Weiss of Jennifer De Chiara Literary

New literary agents are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.

Alexandra Weiss recently joined The Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency as an associate agent and is currently building her client list.  She previously worked as an Acquisitions Editor for an award-winning anthology and holds a BFA in Creative Writing and Publishing from Columbia College Chicago.

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Post-apocalyptic Wasteland: It's 50 years in the future, and the world is at war. Luckily, when the nuclear bombs dropped, you had a bomb shelter under your house to hide out in. When your monitors tell you it's safe to go outside a year later, what do you find? Who is still alive? Have the plants and animals been affected by the radiation? What will you do now that the world has totally changed?

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Have you always wanted to be a writer? Don't let doubt or fear get the best of you-take a chance and learn how to start writing a book, novel, short story, memoir, or essay. When you take this online writing workshop, you'll discover your voice, learn the basics of grammar and examine the different types of writing. No matter what type of writing you're planning on crafting-nonfiction or fiction-you'll need guidance along the way. When you take this workshop, you can expect to take an in-depth look at Keys to Great Writing by Stephen Wilbers, who teaches beginner writers how to start writing a novel or book and what it takes to get published. Draw upon advice from published authors and start your writing career today.

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