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4 Tips on Balancing Your Writing Life vs. Your Personal Life

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This past week I was so excited to see this interview with my good friend (and Writer's Digest editorial director) Jessica Strawser pop up on The Writer's Place. Here she dishes out advice on many things, including 3 of her top tips for new writers. Check it out here.

Also, our October Kit of the Month is The Halloween Horror Writing Collection. We've assembled 8 great writing resources that will help you write a horror story that excites readers for decades. As with all of our Kits of the Month, it's heavily discounted and only available for a limited. We have 100 of them in stock and once they sell out, the deal goes away. Click here to order yours for just $49.99 (that's 78% off the regular retail price).

Take care of yourself and your writing,

Brian A. Klems
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4 Tips on Balancing Your Writing Life vs. Your Personal Life

Choosing writing as a career provides one of the most important keys to achieving work-life balance: flexibility. For the most part, writers decide when to write, what to write, where to write, and how much to write. Though we may work the same amount of hours as those in traditional office/commute/matchy suit/lunch break jobs, we have much more flexibility.

Yes and no.

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Catherine McKenzie
Catherine McKenzie
10 Things Every Writer Should Know About Amazon Publishing

I’m now about to publish my third book with Lake Union, Fractured, which comes out October 4th. Lake Union has changed a lot since I signed with them three years ago, as has Amazon Publishing. But one thing is constant: they are constantly trying new things and I always say yes. So if you are looking for a (new) publishing home, here are the top 10 things I think every writer should know about Amazon Publishing:

NOTE: Catherine McKenzie will be speaking at our Writer's Digest Novel Writing Conference in Los Angeles October 28-30. Register now and join Catherine!

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5 Tips on Writing & Illustrating Children's Books From Debbie Ridpath Ohi

Are you interested in writing or illustrating a children's book (or both)? If so, then you'll want to listen to this fun, yet in-depth Writer's Market Podcast (which I co-host with the one-and-only Robert Lee Brewer), where we interview successful writer and illustrator Debbie Ridpath Ohi. Ohi is the illustrator for the Michael Ian Black children's books I'm Bored and Naked, as well as the Judy Blume books and her own Where Are My Books. While she dished out many, many great pieces of advice throughout, here are five takeaways that stuck with me (and if you find these helpful you should definitely listen to the entire interview here or here on iTunes):

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Jessica Bell
Jessica Bell
Don't Be Afraid of Indie Publishing

Let me be clear­-I don't take sides. I appreciate the self-published author, the author published by a small press, and the New York-published author. Because you know what? No matter what publishing route any of us decide to take, we are all still authors.

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What you'll learn during this live webinar Thursday, October 13:
  • 5 simple services that help you create a codeless website, for free, in an hour or less (plus what services to avoid)
  • Absolute must-have elements for every author site, even if you're unpublished
  • The difference between a blog and a website, and whether or not you need a blog
  • How to get started with WordPress, either at WordPress.com or on your own domain
  • What WordPress themes are best to use, plus what premium themes you might consider investing in
  • How to add multimedia to your site (audio, video, photos, etc.)
  • How to integrate social media sharing tools onto your site
  • Common mistakes and pitfalls of websites and blogs
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How to Catch a Lit Agent's Interest with Your Query & First Pages Boot Camp - Starts October 19

Writing a strong query letter requires a great hook and clear premise. The first sentence should immediately catch the reader's attention, while the ending should leave the agent wanting to dive into the manuscript. Your first pages should work similarly; you want the person reading to find it absolutely unputdownable . But this takes practice, patience, and an eye for detail. In this new boot camp, which starts October 19, 2016, literary agents from New Leaf Literary will discuss what to do and not to do when submitting your work, and how to make your query and first pages as outstanding as possible. Here's how it works:

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Your Weekly Writing Prompt

Headless Halloween: You and two of your friends are working at a Halloween haunted house. You each get into costume, representing scary creatures. On the first night, hundreds come through the house. You scare them over and over again. As you jump out to scare one of the people, you hear her scream and then feel her fall to the floor. You yell for the lights to turn on and they do-only to find her dead on the ground with her head cut off. What happened?

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 WritersMarket.com editor Robert Lee Brewer and WritersDigest.com 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 recent episodes:
Look for one to two new podcast episodes each month.
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