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Here they are: Your top 5 can't-miss reasons to join WD in LA!

Here they are: Your top 5, can't-miss reasons to join WD in LA!
Writer's Digest Novel Writing Conference | October 28-30 | Los Angeles
Register by September 12 for your best price!
The list of reasons you should save your seat for the Writer’s Digest Novel Writing Conference in Los Angeles this October just keeps growing—and so does the program. Haven’t taken a look in a while? Now is prime time to check back in, especially since you can still lock in your lowest possible price when you register by September 12.

So why a novel writing event? And why now? We have the answers:
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Learn from established authors in person! After all, the best teachers are practitioners themselves.
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Be inspired by the best—bestselling authors Garth Stein, Jane Smiley and Christopher Rice will be the weekend’s keynotes.
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Experience premium networking: Opportunities to talk shop with your fellow writers, WD staff and conference speakers! Friday night, you're invited to the Authors in Progress book launch, hosted by speaker Therese Walsh, and don’t forget to bring your Halloween costume for the cocktail reception on Saturday night!
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Is your novel complete or are you wondering what to do once it is? Sunday features three tracks geared especially to you: Getting an Agent, Getting Published and Revision.
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The whole event is structured to empower you to take the next steps in your writing career. With its unique focus on both the craft and business of novel-writing you’ll return home inspired and with the confidence to complete your first—or just your latest—novel.

All the building blocks for your novel are here. Join Writer’s Digest and let’s put it all together this October 28-30!

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