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Brian Klems Brian A. Klems
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Our first ever Middle Grade & Young Adult Online Writing Conference is right around the corner. Starting November 11, join six award-winning and best-selling authors who will teach you valuable techniques to hone your craft. Once you've learned all you can, then pitch your manuscript to one of our four participating literary agents who are all looking for new clients. It's a fun way to forward your writing career without even having to leave you house. Be part of the fun and sign up now before it sells out!

Plus, we have a brand-new Writer's Digest University course that's perfect for Halloween spirit in you -- Horror Writing Intensive: Analyzing the Work of Genre Master Stephen King. This course, taught by the brilliant Philip Athans, is designed to teach you elements of suspense that moves towards a well-paced climax. You'll be tasked to outline and write and 2,000 word short story or chapter that could serve as a pivotal party of your next manuscript. Check it out 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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Start earning $2,000... $5,000... even $10,000 per project, plus royalties.

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5 Things Writers Should Know About Wattpad & the Future of Publishing

Wattpad is proving out a publishing model that could well be the standard in years to come. Here's what all writers need to know about this platform.

Sonja Stone
Sonja Stone
5 Ways to Get Into Character

It's been said that great authors act as stenographers, jotting down thoughts and actions as their characters dictate. Whether you're focused on a single protagonist or penning a novel with multiple points-of-view, you must know your characters, so that when they talk to you, you'll recognize their voices. But how do you develop this level of intimacy? Pretend you're your character. Use all your senses to get into character.

Melissa Nasson
Melissa Nasson
New Literary Agent Alert: Melissa Nasson

New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Melissa Nasson of Rubin Pfeffer Content) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.

Melissa is seeking middle-grade and young adult fiction and nonfiction. She is also accepting picture book queries. She is open to all genres, but has a special love for fantasy and science fiction.

For more on what she wants and how to pick click here ...
Jessica Strawser
Jessica Strawser
4 Free Extras From the New Writer's Digest

Did you know every single issue of Writer's Digest includes bonus online exclusives? And they're not just for subscribers-they're for everyone! We must have been feeling extra inspired when we put together the November/December 2016 Writer's Digest, because we rounded up even more extras than usual.

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Query with Confidence: How to Craft an Eye-Catching Query and Land an Agent

What you'll learn during this live webinar Thursday, October 27:
  • The importance of the query letter
  • The basic structure of a query
  • Query Do's and Query Don'ts
  • How to determine which agents to query in the first place
  • The process of querying oWhat to do if your query isn't working
Here's how to register ...
Join Us in LA!
Join us in LA!
6 Must-Attend Sessions at the Writer's Digest LA Conference

This year we've launched a brand-new event on the West Coast. The Writer's Digest Novel Writing Conference in Los Angeles October 28-30, is built to help fiction writers improve their craft and get published.

At this three-day event, there will be sessions on storytelling, character development, revision, getting an agent, landing a book deal and more. And if you're wondering what are some of the more popular sessions that'll be coming to our Los Angeles event, let me help you out with these four to get you started:

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Your Weekly Writing Prompt

Coupon Cutter: You've been an extreme coupon cutter for years, to the point where you have gained national recognition for it. But you've developed a rival coupon-er named (fill in the blank). He/she has challenged you to an extreme coupon-off, with a list of specific groceries, a budget and only one day to see who can get all the items for the least amount of money. Loser can never use coupons again! 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, check it out; it's free and available to all.

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 recent episodes:
Look for one to two new podcast episodes each month.
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