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Editor's Note - Join me in NYC!
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The countdown is on: Only one month left until the Writer's Digest Conference in New York City. I'm sure pumped--not only will I be speaking this year, I'll be mingling around and chatting with writers, offering up a sounding board and sharing advice before they meet one-on-one with agents. It's going to be our biggest and most exciting conference yet. Here's a great essay by a writer who landed an agent (and book deal) after coming to our conference. So register now and join me (along with bestselling authors and agents) July 31-August 2 at the Writer's Digest Conference. You could be the next writer to write a success-story post for me!

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5 (Less Conventional) Writing Tips
I've just published my second book in the Storm Siren trilogy (thank you, HarperCollins) - and I'll be honest with you. There are days I absolutely love what I do (like SERIOUSLY adore it)...but there are also days (or even weeks) I don't ever want to see my computer screen again. Like walk away. No thank you. I have nothing more to say on paper.
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Over the years, I've found a great deal of success through my blogging efforts, whether with my Poetic Asides blog on poetry or my more personal My Name Is Not Bob blog. Those efforts have led to freelance opportunities, recognition, and more. I've created an 8-part series of posts on better blogging for writers that will run through the end of the month on There Are No Rules.
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Doomed Love: "I wasn't planning on this. Falling in love with you was the last thing I wanted. Because I know our time would have to come to end. Yet, here I am, begging you not to turn the page." Who is the speaker and who is the speaker talking to? Finish the scene.
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In this new Writer's Digest Boot Camp starting June 29th, 2015, "Selling Your Children's Book: How to Write and Pitch Novels & Picture Books for Kids," the agents of P.S. Literary Agency will show you how to make your submission stand out. How do you write a children's book with commercial appeal? How do you decide what category and genre your book belongs in? How do you find agents and publishers to submit your manuscript to? How can you attract both child and adult readers (and buyers)?
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