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DAY 3 Preview: Writer's Digest Annual Conference

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DAY 3 Preview: Writer's Digest Annual Conference
Writer's Digest Annual Conference | July 31-August 1, 2015 | New York City
We're nearing the end, but there's still plenty to look forward to today at the Writer's Digest Annual Conference, including:

  • 9:00 - 9:50 Self-Publishing on a Shoestring by G.P. Ching In this session, we'll discuss the complexities of self-publishing, including when do-it-yourself will suffice and when it will make your project suffer.
  • 10:00 - 10:50 Breaking In: First Time Novelists Share How They Got Their Book Published In this panel of seasoned authors, you will hear how they final broke through and secured a book deal, what it took, and lessons learned along the way. It's a crash course in the real-world issues of getting an agent, getting published, and making a life as an author.
  • 11:10 - 12:00 Dirty Little Secrets: Learn How the Publishing Industry Really Works in Order to Become a More Successful Author by Phil Sexton Back by popular demand! In this session, Phil provides advice, tips and strategies for ensuring that your book receives the best treatment and the best opportunities for success. Furthermore, he'll share what publishers aren't proactive about sharing, what they forget to do, and other "dirty little secrets"
  • 12:10 - 1:00 Closing Keynote by Tim Johnston: Nail By Nail: A Carpenter's Guide to Building the Debut Bestseller at Midlife In this session, Tim will discuss how he built a career as an author while building houses for a living.
As always, you can follow the action online by using the hashtag #WDC15 on both Facebook and Twitter.

And if you're an attendee, be sure to be on the lookout tomorrow for an email containing a link to a brief survey. Not only will your responses help us shape future conferences, one respondent will be randomly chosen to win a free registration to next year's event!

All of us at Writer's Digest would like to thank you for adding to the magic that's happened here at The Roosevelt the past three days. We hope we're sending you home feeling inspired and empowered.

And we hope we'll see you here next year.

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