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Check out a brand-new West Coast WD event!

Check out a brand-new West Coast WD event!
Writer's Digest Novel Writing Conference | October 28-30 | Los Angeles
Registration Now Open
  Introducing the Writer’s Digest Novel Writing Conference, coming to Los Angeles this October 28-30! Registration just opened and the Early-Bird savings are yours if you sign up by June 6.

What it is:
  If you’d like to learn how to produce a tightly crafted novel that’s compelling to agents and editors—as well as readers—the Novel Writing Conference is the event you’ve been waiting for.

Who it’s for:
  Whether you’re a self-published author seeking a wider audience or an aspiring novelist looking to publish traditionally, you’ll find in-depth sessions that offer information you need to know. And unlike so many other writing conferences, this one is focused solely on novel writing.

How it works:
  You’ll choose between four different offerings every hour, with tracks dedicated to craft, character, storytelling, genre studies, getting an agent, getting published, and revision. Mix and match sessions to build your perfect weekend!

If you need another reason to visit the brand-new site, we’ve just added two very big names to the keynote speaker lineup who have multiple New York Times bestsellers under their respective belts (not to mention a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction). You’ll definitely want to see who’s coming!

More sessions, more speakers, and more fun are all in the works, but right now is the best time to get your moment in the California sun—best pricing ends June 6!

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