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BIG NEWS: In the lead up to the big bash also known as the Writer's Digest Annual Conference in NYC, we're hosting two fun Twitter events:

Tuesday July 21 - #WDC15 #MSWL
The two co-creators of Manuscript Wishlist (#MSWL) and the Manuscript Wishlist website -- agent Jessica Sinsheimer (@jsinsheim) who is signed up to hear pitches at Pitch Slam) and author KK Hendin (@KKHendin) -- will join us for a special live chat on Tuesday evening, July 21, at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT. Learn more about what agents want in this chat.

Tuesday July 28 - #WDC15
You favorite newsletter editor (me!) will be live chatting and discussing points from my upcoming WD Conference session From Blog to Agent to Book Deal. This is a great interactive way to get a feel for what will be covered at the event and connect with me about how I built a blog that helped lead me to landing an agent and publishing my first book, OH BOY, YOU'RE HAVING A GIRL. This chat takes place Tuesday evening, July 28, at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT. Let's talk writing! Oh, and follow me @BrianKlems. I'll be reminding everyone about the event.

Friend of WD Porter Anderson (@Porter_Anderson) will serve as host for both chats-and anyone who knows Porter knows he's a wealth of knowledge as well. Be sure to use the hashtag #WDC15 to chat, ask questions and follow along.

Finally, we're excited to announce that the all WD Conference Pitch Slams are SOLD OUT. Don't let that discourage you from joining us, though. The speakers, educational sessions and networking opportunities are worth their weight in gold, as many previous attendees can tell you. Here's a list of all the sessions (you can pick and choose which ones you want to attend). Register now. I can't wait to see you there.   

Take care of yourself and your writing,
Brian A. Klems
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The Secret To A Stronger Nonfiction Book Proposal
Knowing what's already on bookshelves may just be the single most effective (and most overlooked) way to convince an agent where your idea fits in. Here's how your Competitive Analysis can be your secret weapon.
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8 Ways to Write Your Way Out of the Starting Blocks
When I started writing my second mystery, I wanted to write about women whose high school friendship had crashed and burned in the face of competition. They would be in this race that nobody could win-figuratively but also literally. To my surprise, the girls who started looking out from the pages of Little Pretty Things were runners. Good ones.
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What Did You Do?: Every morning at 9:00 a.m. sharp, you get a call on your cell phone. The speaker says "I know what you did" and then hangs up. This has been going on for two weeks straight. What did you do and how do you react to these calls?
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Today we have a guest post from WD author Barbara Baig. Her new book, Spellbinding Sentences, is designed to help writers master the power of the English language. You'll learn the different qualities of words and the many way those words can be combined to craft sentences that hook readers. Below is a sampling of the type of information that you'll learn, using Barbara's concept of The Mastery Path for Writers and practicing to master your writing skills.
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Thrilling Agents & Editors with Your First Pages and Chapters of Your MG or YA Novel
Join us next Thursday, July 23, 2015, for this excellent webinar hosted by editor Leslie Shumate and literary agent Jodell Sadler. Here's a list of some of the things you'll learn by attending:
  • How we get a feel for character
  • How we get a sense of voice
  • If the tone and 'personality' of the story is coming through
  • If an editor gets the idea of where the story will go
  • How to bring your reader in and keep them there
  • If your opening is working: why and how
  • How to you entice readers right from the first breath of story
  • What is the conflict and how fast does it come
  • If you can reveal inner character and conflict in your opening
  • How important voice, character, setting, and tension/direction is to a story

Plus, all registrants will have their pitch and first two pages critiqued. So sign up now to learn all you can and improve your pitch.




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