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Winning a prestigious writing competition is a great way to build your writing resume and get noticed by agents and editors. (Just ask John Biggs, who won a Writer's Digest competition and turned that win into a successful publishing career.) We have two writing competitions that hand out more than $20,000 in prizes. But to win, you have to enter. Check them out (and their deadlines):
Also, Episode 4 of the Writer's Market podcast is out, and we chat with Zachary Petit, author of The Essential Guide to Freelance Writing. We cover great topics such as how to start a freelance career, how to be a writer editors want to work with and more. Check it out on iTunes, Google Play or listen directly from the Writer's Market website.

Finally, I'll be instructing at writing conferences this summer in Nashville (July 23), Denver (July 30) and, of course, at the Writer's Digest Conference in NYC (Aug. 12-14). All will have agents in attendance taking pitches, with the Writer's Digest event having so many agents (more than 50) that we have to break it up into several different sessions (two of which have already sold out!). I'd love for you to come out to an event and join me (reviews of my sessions include "Fantastic, funny, helpful" and "Seeing Klems speak was a special treat"). And when you come to an event, be sure to say hi. I love meeting fellow writers.

Take care of yourself and your writing,

Brian A. Klems
Senior Online Editor, Writer's Digest
Author, Oh Boy, You're Having a Girl: A Dad's Survival Guide to Raising Daughters
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10 Questions Writers Must Ask Before Quitting Their Day Job

"The thing is, most writers don't quit their day jobs, like you did, to start full-time writing and promoting their first books. But sometimes that's what it takes to be successful."

Given how hard I'd worked the previous two years to sell, write and promote my first tome, I couldn't imagine having succeeded had I not devoted all my time to the endeavor. And that's the irony. Had I not quit my job to devote myself full time to my first book, it might not have been successful.

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What It's Like to Land a Book Deal

From the moment you touch fingers to keyboard or pen to paper, you dream of this moment. Here's what it's like when it finally happens.

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Tyler Moss
4 Writing Routine Myths That Kill Creativity

Let's get real-writing a novel is difficult. Especially if it's your first time. Not only is it a test of stamina to see if you can stay committed and motivated to complete a full, book-length manuscript, but you have to explore and test out what practices work for you and which fall flat. It's a personal science of experimenting with your own abilities and learning from mistakes.

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How to Start Freelance Writing - Podcast

Robert Lee Brewer and Brian A. Klems explain how to deal with rejection (8:50), discuss how to create and maintain a successful blog (11:15) and talk specifically about how to land freelance writing assignments (especially when just starting out) with seasoned freelancer and author of The Essential Guide to Freelance Writing, Zachary Petit (17:35).

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Pitch Agents Live at the Writer's Digest Annul Conference in NYC

Pitch Agents Live at the Writer's Digest Annul Conference in NYC The Writer's Digest Annual Conference is one of the biggest events for writers in the country that brings together the best of writing and publishing professionals to help you get a better understanding of what it takes to write, publish and sell a book and, just as important, have a successful writing career. But you need to sign up now to get the best price available.

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New Literary Agent Alert: Gill McLay of Bath Literary Agency

New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Gill McLay of Bath Literary Agency) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.

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Your Weekly Writing Prompt

Technovision: We all stare at our phones, laptops and televisions more than we probably should. But what happens when the screens have made us go blind? Describe a morning where you've lost your sight and are forced to find your way to work without your eyesight. Don't forget: everyone else is blind, too!

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