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The 2015 WD Conference is almost here--you should be, too!

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The 2015 WD Conference is almost here-you should be, too!
Top Ten Reasons to Join Us at Writer's Digest Annual Conference

  The Writer's Digest Annual Conference is nearly here! It all starts in less than one week. Seats are very close to selling out, but if you act quickly, you'll not only save one for yourself, but save money, too. Register by July 30 and you'll lock in the best price.

Still undecided? Here are the Top 10 reasons you should join Writer's Digest this July 31–August 2 in New York City:
  1. Standout Keynotes: Hear from New York Times Bestsellers Jonathan Maberry, Tim Johnston and Jacqueline Woodson.
  2. Five Diverse Tracks: Build the conference that's right for you; mix and match sessions between Getting Published, Platform & Promotion, The Business of Being an Author, Craft and Genre Studies.
  3. Meet your People: Make new friends, build critical connections or find your next writing partner—networking is built into the event.
  4. Meet your Favorite Authors: Between the book signings and cocktail reception, you'll be rubbing elbows with some of the best and brightest.
  5. Tell your Story: Everyone wants to write a memoir, but a seat in Rebecca McClanahan's or Regina Brooks' sessions will put you miles ahead of the competition.
  6. Explore your Craft: From plotting to outlining and more, the Craft track is your ticket to blissful craft communion.
  7. Grow your Business Savvy: Passion? Check. Business know-how? You'll need that, too! Try sessions in The Business of Being an Author track to further your understanding of the publishing industry.
  8. Toot your Horn: Learn how to get your book noticed by publishers-and readers-in the Platform & Promotion track.
  9. Make your Getaway: New York City is a writer's dream destination. Don't you deserve a long weekend of living the dream?
  10. Reconnect to your writing. This is your chance.

  Register by July 30 for the best price!

Register Now!

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