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Rooms are going fast! Book your trip to WD in NYC TODAY!
Writer's Digest Annual Conference | July 31-August 1, 2015 | New York City
 

New York is ready for you. Writer's Digest is practically counting down the days. Your writing career is aflutter with the good kind of butterflies. So what are you waiting for?

Register for the 2015 Writer's Digest Annual Conference today, and you'll be doing so for the lowest price! Plus, you can also book one of the few remaining rooms at the swank Roosevelt Hotel—at a steep discount. Just make sure you book by July 10!

And maybe you've heard a bit about the impressive speaker roster, near-dizzying choice of sessions, and the very real possibilities that could come your way as a result of the Pitch Slam.

But sometimes? It's just fun to daydream about a getaway. And The Roosevelt Hotel is the perfect setting for a little New York reverie. It's luxe accommodations, steeped in history-but still an inviting, comfortable home base for your long weekend. And while there are still rooms available, they are booking quickly. Get your discounted room before they're gone by booking NOW with our trusted partner, EventSphere.

And while The Roosevelt is a stunner, perhaps its best feature is its location. You'll stay in the heart of Midtown. Here's a very partial list of everything that will practically be at your door:
 
 
  • Central Park
  • The Museum of Modern Art
  • Fifth Avenue
  • Rockefeller Center
  • Broadway
  • Grand Central Terminal
  • Radio City Music Hall
  • Empire State Building
  • Bryant Park
  • Carnegie Hall
 
  This could be the getaway you need, plus the support and authoritative guidance your writing needs right now.

Writer's Digest wants to meet you in New York. Join us this July 31–August 2! Register now—and then don't forget to book that room!

Get talking: #WDC15

 
             

 
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