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BrianKlems Brian A. Klems
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It's been busy around the WD office as we've hired a new managing editor (I'll introduce you to him when he starts in a few weeks). We've also been preparing for the "Agent One-on-One: How to Craft Query Letters & Other Submission Materials That Get Noticed Boot Camp" that starts next Monday, July 13. This is one of our most popular boot camps and the agents are gearing up to critique your work and give personalize feedback to help you get published. Seating is limited, so I highly recommend signing up now.

Also, I just agreed to teach a second session at the Writer's Digest Annual Conference in NYC July 31 - August 2. It's "From Blog to Agent to Book Deal: What All Writers Need to Know About Using Their Blog to Succeed ." I gave this talk in LA a couple of years ago and it was a big hit. It includes all that I learned when turning my blog TheLifeOfDad.com into hit that helped me land an agent and a book deal and publish the popular and successful book, Oh Boy, You're Having a Girl. And I'll be answering any question you may have, so join me (and the rest of the Writer's Digest gang, along with bestselling authors and literary agents looking for new clients) in New York later this month. Register here to get the best price.   

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3 Rules on Writing About Your Family
Every person has a unique life path and therefore an interesting tale to share, and yet so many of us struggle with whether or not we have the right to tell our stories. We are silenced by the fear upsetting others, especially our family, in writing our truth.
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How to Utilize Guest Posts for Blog Success
Here we are: the final part of this eight-part series on better blogging for writers. After running through this series, writers should be able to blog at a higher level than most. Of course, there's more to learn once you get comfortable with the basics. For today's installment, we'll look at how bloggers utilize guest posts for blog success.
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"How I Got My Agent" is a recurring feature on the Guide to Literary Agents Blog, with this installment featuring David Bell, author of SOMEBODY I USED TO KNOW. These columns are great ways for you to learn how to find a literary agent. Some tales are of long roads and many setbacks, while others are of good luck and quick signings. If you have a literary agent and would be interested in writing a short guest column for this GLA blog, e-mail me at literaryagent@fwmedia.com and we'll talk specifics.
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Crazed Fan: You're sitting at the breakfast table one morning, looking at the top news stories while drinking your coffee. The top story this morning is a crazy fan who was arrested for breaking into a local bookstore and stealing all of YOUR books! He's quoted as saying "I just want to be their best friend!" Your first crazed fan. What do you do?
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