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5 Steps to Surviving Your Copy Edit

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Brian Klems Brian A. Klems
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Over the past few months I've been a speaker at several writing events across the country, from Raliegh, NC, to Denver, and I must say, it's one of my favorite things to do. Getting the opportunity to connect with other writers really reminds my of why I love my job--we writers have the best community in the world, hands down. The support extended and the enthusiasm always overshadows the challenges we face in the publishing industry. If you haven't attended a conference yet, there are two great ones coming up: The Writer's Digest Annual Conference in NYC and the Writer's Digest Novel Writing Conference in LA. So whether you're on the East Coast or West Coast, you have a great event near you. Check them out.

Also, have you ever wanted to try out a Writer's Digest webinar to see what it was like? Well, you're in luck. Next Tuesday, August 9, we'll be hosting a FREE webinar, What Every Serious Author Needs to Know About Metadata. This online event will teach you a few of the keys to online discoverability and more. And again, it's free, so it's a great way to dip your toe in the online webinar scene. Sign her here.

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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5 Steps to Surviving Your Copy Edit

Having worked for more than 15 years as a freelancer and a staff writer, I'm used to having my nonfiction edited. But receiving my first ever copy edit of my fiction (my debut novel, ALMOST MISSED YOU, March 2017) was different. Because a story you've spent a year or more pouring yourself into is much more inherently personal-which can make it hard to let go and let someone else have at it. Here's how it works.

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My critique group, an eclectic talented group of writers, have been at it for more than fifteen years. We've worked hard and can now each claim a published work or an Emmy winning documentary. Our mark of a good meeting is shared ideas, a dose of humility, wine, followed by gut-aching belly laughs.

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If a realistic, believable urban fantasy is more your jam, you have to accomplish something that sounds easier, but isn't. Here are ways to do it.

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Sometimes the muse works in mysterious ways. These well-known writers prove that when it comes to writing, thinking outside the box-and in the case of Vladimir Nabokov's "shoebox method," quite literally so-can provide the richest inspiration.

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5 Must-Attend Sessions at the Writer's Digest NYC Conference

At the Writer's Digest Annual Conference, a three-day event in New York City (August 12-14), there will be sessions and topics the cover nearly everything you need to know no matter what stage of the writing process your are in. And if you're wondering what are some of the more popular sessions, let me help you out with these five to get you started:


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As many writers know, agents and editors won't give your work more than ten pages or so to make an impact. If you haven't got them hooked by then, it's a safe bet you won't be asked for more material. Make sure you've got the kind of opening they're looking for! In this invaluable event, you'll get to work with an agent online to review and refine the first ten pages of your novel. You'll learn what keeps an agent reading, what are the most common mistakes that make them stop, and the steps you need to take to correct them. The best part is that you'll be working directly with an agent, who will provide feedback specific to your work. Here's how it works:

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Your Weekly Writing Prompt

A Long, Long Flight: After a hectic day, you are looking forward to a long flight you have planned. It's the first vacation you've taken in two years, so you're extra excited. But when you get on the plane, you get seated next to a person who wants to tell you his/her life story (which you're not in the mood for). But part way through the talk, you realize the story being told sounds familiar--in fact, you realize this person is revealing details from an unsolved mystery you heard on the news. What do you?

Post your response (500 words or fewer) in the comments here ....
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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 six episodes:
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