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The Smart Writer's Guide to Revision (& More)
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In today's newsletter I'm sneaking in two pieces. One is new and is from Writer's Digest editor Jessica Strawser about revision--how to survive that difficult stage of the novel writing process no matter how daunting it may seem. Click here to read Relief for Your Revision Struggles.

Also, with the Writer's Digest Annual Conference happening this weekend where there will be agents galore, I wanted to re-share this great piece on 5 Important Tips on How to Pitch a Literary Agent In Person. You always want to be prepared because you never know when you'll bump into an agent who could change the course of your writing career. Read it here.

Finally, a reminder that I'll be chatting live on Twitter tonight with Porter Anderson discussing tips from my upcoming conference session "After the Book Deal" as well as answering any questions I can about our conference (including what sessions you should take, how you should dress and more.) Join us tonight at 8 PM Eastern / 5 PM Pacific using the hashtag #WDC15. See you tonight!

Take care of yourself and your writing,
Brian A. Klems
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