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Only 8 days left until the Writer's Digest Annual Conference in NYC, which is July 31 - August 2. We already have a record crowd signed up and are getting close to selling out. Have you considered joining us? There are tons of great sessions dedicated to whatever you need--craft help, things you need to know about getting published, what agents want, etc.

To help give you a taste of what to expect, Porter Anderson and I will be chatting on Twitter next Tuesday, July 28, about one of my own conference sessions, After the Book Deal, and answering any and all questions you may have about the conference (what sessions to attend, what to wear, what to bring, the key to a great secret handshake). So next Tuesday at 8 PM Eastern (5 PM Pacific), hop on Twitter, follow me, and use the hashtag #WDC15 to follow along and ask questions.

(PS-The key to a great secret handshake is to add a dance at the end. I swear.) See you Tuesday night and then again at our conference next Friday!
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8 Blogging Tips for Writers to Find Success
Blogging is an incredibly effective and efficient way for writers to reach their target audience and build writer platforms. In other words, it's a great method for writers to find engaged readers and more success with their writing. In this post, I'll share eight simple, but super effective tips (that not all bloggers use) for writers to find more success with their blogging efforts. Plus, I've even included a bonus "super secret" tip at the end that always works for me.
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The Heart of Memoir Writing: Takeaway
Every single manuscript evaluated for acquisition has to pass a single litmus test: Does the story have a takeaway? Here's what you need to know and apply to your memoir.
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wd-logo5 Negative Voices and How to Shush Them
1. "Did you just write that? That's pretty terrible. Kind of the worst, actually. Wait, do you even have an MFA?" Variations of this sentence will snake through your brain and disturb your thoughts many times during the writing process. I'd like to say there is some algebraic equation to eviscerate this kind of thinking altogether, but chances are if you're a writer you're not very good at math. There is a little bit of magic available to help, however.
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Bizarre Family Traditions: Your family has always been a little off when it comes to holiday traditions. You eat tacos on the Fourth of July and hamburgers on Cinco de Mayo. How did this whacky tradition get started?
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If you're on Twitter consider following me, @BrianKlems. I promise to share lots of good writing information, as well as amusing things. Here's this week's popular tweet:
wd-logoNew Literary Agent Alert: Laura Mamelok of Susanna Lea Associates
Reminder: New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Laura Mamelok of Susanna Lea Associates) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.
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Writer's Digest Conference, NYC, July 31- August 2, 2015
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STARTS TOMORROW (July 24): The Art of the Memoir: How to Write & Sell Your Life Story Book Boot Camp
You have ideas for stories, but when you launch In this one-of-a-kind Agent One-on-One boot camp, literary agent and author Paula Munier draws upon her extensive background in publishing, her intimate knowledge of the marketplace, and her personal experience writing her own memoir to give you the tools you need to write and sell your life story. Plus, you get one-on-one feedback on the first 10 pages of your memoir.
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