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5 Helpful Lessons for Writing a Novel

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Brian Klems Brian A. Klems
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Do you like writing? Do you like making money? If the answer is yes to both of those things, then the new issue of Writer's Digest is for you. The November/December issue of WD is out and it's our "Writer For Hire" issue. It's packed with a lot of great info on how you can make money on the side freelancing, ghostwriting on even on your website. WD Editor Jessica Strawser breaks it down and explains Why EVERY Writer Is a Writer for Hire. Be sure to order your copy of the issue or download it right now.

Also, tomorrow is the last day to sign up for our Get a Literary Agent: How to Catch an Agent's Interest with Your Query and First Pages Boot Camp. The event runs October 19-22 and features the opportunity for you to ask questions and also get your work critique by a literary agent. It all starts tomorrow, so don't miss out.

Finally we have some exciting news for Middle Grade & Young Adult writers: We're hosting our first ever Middle Grade & Young Adult Online Writing Conference from November 11-14. It's packed with great instructors and the ability to pitch your book to agents without having to leave your house. Space is limited so sign up and secure your seat now.

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 Helpful Lessons for Writing a Novel

No doubt about it: writing a novel isn’t easy. But use these lessons to help make it (slightly) easier.

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New Literary Agent Alert: Vanessa Robins of Corvisiero Literary

New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Vanessa Robins of Corvisiero Literary) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.

Currently Seeking: Vanessa is looking to represent NA-all, especially humor; YA-gritty plots with diverse characters; Fiction-thought out thrillers, romance with strong female leads, heavily based science sci-fi, and sports-centric plots; Nonfiction-memoirs including coming of age, cultural/ethnic/sexuality, survivor, and humor themed. Bonus points for Medical Narratives (characters with medical illnesses and chronic diseases, or MS told through a medical professional's view point). See our monthly MSWL blog post for more detailed requests.

Here's how to pitch Vanessa ...
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True Life Success Stories: Author Patricia Beal

At Writer's Digest, we love to highlight the success stories of debut authors: How they did it, what they learned and why you can do it, too. In this interview, WD managing editor Tyler Moss spoke with Patricia Beal, author of the upcoming novel A Season to Dance (inspirational contemporary fiction, May, Bling! Romance/Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas).

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New Podcast: How to be a Children's Book Author & Illustrator

Episode 8 in our Writer's Market Podcast is out and it features the amazing bestselling author/illustrator Debbie Ridpath Ohi. We talk about her work with comedian Michael Ian Black, illustrating the Judy Blume books (and meeting Blume in person), the difference in illustrating other people's words to her own, board games, musical instruments, and so much more!

Check it out. Debbie's enthusiasm for the craft is inspiring.

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A Book in a Month: Essential Tips on How to Write a Novel in 30 Days with Victoria Marini

What you'll learn during this live webinar Thursday, October 20:
  • How to identify the genre, themes, and elements of their novel to establish an overview
  • How to swiftly outline a story to move from a premise to a plot
  • Ways to develop and understand characters before they begin drafting so you know how they will grow through the novel
  • How to identify plot points of each part of the story to keep up momentum
  • Tips for flagging areas for future revision to keep word count up
  • Tips for setting and sticking to a schedule
  • Different strategies to cope with a busy schedule, writer's block, and getting past those slow days
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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

Revolution Radio: You're a local disc jokey with a morning radio program. On your show you often take phone calls from commuters to talk about music and celebrity gossip, but on this particular morning you pick up a caller who says he's going jump off the top of your building unless you play every song he requests during your show-and he's purposefully picking songs that are hard to find or that he knows you hate! Start with him calling in and write this scene.

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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