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Turn Your Readers into Marketers
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Marketing is a full-time job in and of itself. Let your readers do the work for you! This Writer's Digest Conference session recording was presented by Gina Panettieri, President and Senior Agent of Talcott Notch Literary Services. Gina teaches how to market your book in the most efficient and affordable ways possible.
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Pitch Perfect: Chuck Sambuchino on Pitching to Agents
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Time is at a premium when you pitch your book. While it's a crucial step in taking your book to market, it also must be concise and compelling. Essentially, it must be perfect. Chuck Sambuchino, Writer's Digest editor and writer of the Guide to Literary Agents blog, will walk you through the steps to perfectly pitch your book every time.
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Take Off Your Pants & Write: The Benefits of Pantsing vs. Plotting a Novel
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Should you make up your story as you go or carefully plan your plot outline from the start? There are pros and cons to both flying by the seat of your pants, or "pantsing," and "plotting." In this Writer's Digest Conference session recording, novelist Jeffrey Somers shows how each method works, how to overcome each method's weaknesses, and how to determine which method of plot development is the right one for you.
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How to Sell Your First 1000 Copies
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Discovering how to promote your book to the masses is no easy task. Let seasoned book marketing expert Tim Grahl will share the system that any author can immediately put in place to start building a platform that generates predictable book sales. This recorded conference session will give you the knowledge you need to connect with readers and sell your book immediately.
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You Have Three Pages to Win Me Over
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Do you know what keeps an editor reading and what ensures your manuscript goes right in the slush pile? In this session, Jacquelyn Mitchard, New York Times bestselling author and Editor-in-Chief of Young Adult publisher Merit Press, provides the fundamentals that absolutely must be present in your opening pages for your work to avoid getting tossed.
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What Your Reader's Brain Really Craves
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In this illuminating Writer's Digest Conference session recording based on Lisa Cron's bestselling writing reference Wired for Story, you'll learn what the brain craves from every story. Backed by recent breakthroughs in neuroscience as well as examples from novels, screenplays, and short stories, this session will show you how to refine your fiction, making it into something readers can't put down.
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Networking for Writers
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In this Writer's Digest Conference session recording, Mare Swallow breaks down the dos and don'ts of networking based on her career as a conference director. Learn how to network effectively and what can make or break your relationship with a potential editor, agent, or client. You'll hear some horror stories, but you'll also hear success stories - including the writer who went from cupcake salesman to freelancer in less than a year.
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Maximize your appeal in minimal time! The Weekend Book Proposal instructs writers how to create professional, irresistible book proposals. Full of examples, extras, and advice from other working writers, The Weekend Book Proposal will help you turn your dream of publishing your book into reality.
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The Complete Handbook of Novel Writing, 2nd Edition
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Learn the secrets of writing from published authors! In The Complete Handbook of Novel Writing, 2nd Edition, you'll gain invaluable advice from established writers. You'll find new ways to generate ideas and find the inspiration you need to finish your work. This fully-revised edition includes a revamped marketing section that covers the unique challenges of today's publishing market and how to utilize digital promotion.
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Just as athletes and musicians have to practice to improve their skills, so must writers practice to keep their writing fresh. Through playful and purposeful exercises in this book, you'll strengthen your ability to be creative and come up with stories that readers love time and time again. 
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