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WD welcomes NYT Bestseller Garth Stein to the Novel Writing Conference!

WD welcomes NYT Bestseller Garth Stein to the Novel Writing Conference!
Writer's Digest Novel Writing Conference | October 28-30 | Los Angeles
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Writer’s Digest is thrilled to announce Garth Stein as Opening Keynote of this October’s Writer’s Digest Novel Writing Conference in Los Angeles!

Many readers will no doubt be familiar with his novel The Art of Racing in the Rain. A New York Times bestseller for more than three years, it sold over four million copies, inspired young adult and picture book adaptations, has been optioned for film, and remains a favorite among book clubs worldwide.

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Books by Garth Stein


Garth’s latest novel, A Sudden Light, earned rave reviews and has been described by The Dallas Morning News as “assured, gorgeous, and magnificently atmospheric.”

Not content with just writing bestsellers, Garth is also a playwright and co-founder of, a non-profit collective “working together to energize the reading and writing public.”

So expect to be energized by Garth’s story and inspired by his approach to telling stories that move both young readers and adults alike.

Explore the whole weekend’s offerings—and get a peek at the next-to-be-announced bestselling keynote speaker gracing the WD stage—but don’t hesitate. Your best price on this brand-new novel-focused event is only good through June 6.

Register today!



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