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Facebook Fun & Conference Notes
Brian Klems Brian A. Klems
Online Editor
Over on Facebook, we've been having a bit of fun. We asked the writing community this question: Describe your day in seven words. So far, the answers have ranged from serious to hilarious. Read through some of the posts and post your own! (And be sure to follow us on Facebook to take part in future fun, creative exercises.)

Also, tomorrow night, June 29, I'll be taking part in an exclusive Twitter chat with some of my favorite people to answer all your questions about writing, publishing, pitching an agent and more. This free Twitter chat is in honor of the upcoming Writer's Digest Annual Conference. Plus, on Thursday, agents who will be at the Writer's Digest Conference will tell writers what they are looking for. Get more details on everything here.

Finally, if you live in Colorado, I'll be teaching at a writing workshop in Denver on July 30, covering topics like traditional vs. self-publishing, how to write a better manuscript and more. And if you're in the Los Angeles area, be sure to come to the Writer's Digest Novel Writing Conference October 28-30. This brand-new event features New York Times bestselling author Christopher Rice, as well as Garth Stein and Jane Smiley. It's an event you won't want to miss!

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
Twitter: @BrianKlems

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How To Write a Novel on Your Commute

Don't let your commute stand in the way of your novel writing--instead, let it be the catalyst for writing your novel. Here's how.


 6/28, Hybrid Author Guide:

Traditional publishing and self publishing is not an either/or kind of thing. You can do both. This method‹hybrid publishing‹ is working for thousands of writers, and this free guide explains how it can work for you. Download Now.

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New Literary Agent: Latoya Smith of L. Perkins Agency

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

Latoya is seeking romance, erotica, erotic fiction, women's fiction, women's thriller, LGBTQ romance and erotic fiction, along with advice/how-to/memoir submissions.

Here's how to pitch Latoya ...

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Save on Scrivener, Tinderbox, TextExpander, Bookends, and more. Handcrafted tools for research and writing. Save lots at the vineyard gate.

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The 8 Perks of Writing a Column

Editors are always looking for knowledgeable, entertaining, dependable freelance columnists to fill their ever-recurring white space. Become one and enjoy these potential perks.



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Brandy Vallance
Writing Through Fear

We're all scared. Let's just start there. No matter what stage of writing you find yourself in, fear is the constant adversary that will track your every move and hunt you down. Just when you think you're bulletproof, you'll plunge headlong into a sea of depression and be overwhelmed with waves of doubt. As a writer, this is normal. And it is useful. Breathe.

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Cris Freese
3 Things House Can Teach Us About Writing

These are meant to be specific concepts, themes, techniques, etc., that a writer can learn from the show. This week we'll take a look at House. Potential spoilers follow. (Note: Though I do like this show, I stopped watch around season 6, so I can't comment on anything past that point.) Personally, I love House for the dialogue and the characters. You can learn a lot from this show in developing point of view and creating a consistent voice for multiple characters.

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Sing up now!
How to Find and Land Your Dream Agent With Agent Adriann Ranta

Finding and approaching an agent is often overwhelming and intimidating. There are thousands of agents representing hundreds of subgenres, which one is right for you? How do you make contact without closing doors?

This live webinar will present resources and tips for authors on narrowing down their field of agents to query, prioritizing what they want from their representation and how to ask for it, crafting winning query letters, pitching successfully at conferences, and avoiding common mistakes when approaching agents.

Here's how to register ...
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Your Weekly Writing Prompt

Surprise on the Doorstep: The doorbell rings. You check the alarm clock and notice it's way too early for someone to be visiting. You crawl out of the warm bed and scuffle across the house to the front door. You crack it open and no one is there. Upon opening the door, you notice an unmarked package on the step. A strange scratching sound is coming from inside, so you decide to lift the lid and investigate. What do you find in the box, and who left this for you?

Post your response (500 words or fewer) in the comments here ....
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Writer's Market Podcast

Have you been listening to the Writer's Market podcast? If not, get with the program; it's free and available to all. Click to continue.

Each episode is hosted by editor Robert Lee Brewer and editor Brian A. Klems and features interviews with publishing and media professionals who are hand-selected for their ability to provide freelance writers with advice to find more success with their writing and freelancing goals.

Here's a recap of the first four episodes:
Look for one to two new podcast episodes each month.
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