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Need incentive to finish (or start) your novel? WD has it:

Need incentive to finish (or start) your novel? WD has it:
Writer's Digest Novel Writing Conference | October 28-30 | Los Angeles
Your best price ends June 6!
From your first keystroke all the way to your promotional plan, the Writer’s Digest Novel Writing Conference has your back. Join us in Los Angeles this October 28-30 and you’ll leave with actionable, achievable steps to writing a well-crafted, saleable novel.

It’s a brand-new event—and a rare chance to experience the magic of a Writer’s Digest event on the West Coast—but you have less than one week left to lock in your lowest price. Early-Bird registration ends June 6!

But, hey, maybe deadlines aren’t your thing. We can appreciate that. Instead, take a look at what this weekend could mean for your work:

Get What You Need:
Whether it’s help with the broad strokes of your novel or fine-tuning a nearly finished manuscript, you’ll find sessions offering what you need across multiple tracks. Mix and match among Craft, Character, Storytelling, Genre Studies and more. Your picks, your weekend, built your way.

Do What You Love:
Fuel up on the creative buzz of being around hundreds of other writers. Make new friends and meaningful connections; the event offers plenty of chances to mingle, including the Halloween-themed Cocktail Reception. Come dressed as your favorite character or literary figure!

Be Inspired by the Best:
The final roster is still coming together, but the speaker lineup is off to a stellar start—with keynotes including New York Times bestseller Garth Stein (The Art of Racing in the Rain; A Sudden Light) and Pulitzer Prize-winning, New York Times bestseller Jane Smiley (A Thousand Acres; Moo) sharing their writing inspiration.

The clock is ticking. Opportunity is waiting—along with discounted hotel rooms if you act quickly. Make your move and commit to furthering your writing career right now.

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