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One of Us Is Lying: Karen M. McManus on Her Gripping Bestseller
Karen McManus has taken the YA fiction world by storm with One of Us Is Lying. The novel, inspired by The Breakfast Club, is No. 4 on the New York Times Best Sellers List. It opens with a similar scene to its inspirational source: five teenagers indetention. But in this novel, only four come out alive. One of Us Is Lying is told from the perspectives of four teenagers who become suspects, with motives and secrets. In this riveting debut, McManus expertly twists a story about kids in detention into a must-read mystery. Read More...

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20 Best Songs for Writers and About Writing: The Ultimate Writing Mixtape
This post puts together Robert Lee Brewer's ultimate writing mixtape of the best 20 songs for and about writers and the process of writing. Sure, there are many other great songs about the subject -- and if you think of any, please share them with us on social or in the comments on the site. But this is the mix we're going to start rocking on my way to and from writer conferences, open mics, and writing retreats. Read More...

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The road to self-publishing is filled with obstacles. Clear the path for your manuscript to reach the marketplace with this step-by-step guide that navigates the entire self-publishing process.


5 Tips for Writing About an Established Relationship
The vast majority of stories tell us about two or more people getting to know each other, and perhaps falling in love. But then what? What are those characters like after they have been together-romantically, platonically or adversarially-for a while? Whether the relationship is healthy, codependent or even antagonistic, established relationships have a few things in common. Read More...
Enter the Writer's Digest 12 Days of Books Giveaway
Happy holidays from Writer's Digest! Every day from December 11, 2017 to December 22, 2017, we're giving away a different book from the Writer's Digest shelf. Enter once per day for your chance to win one of these books. Learn how to enter here: Read More...
Scrivener 3.0 Update: What's inside, and is it worth the cost?
The much-anticipated release of Scrivener Version 3.0 for Mac is here, and Version 3.0 for Windows is promised to be coming soon. Scrivener 3 is a major update that not only brings some new features, but also improves and simplifies what was already there. For a long list of improvements, you can check out their website, but here Tim Knox offers an assessment of the updates and tells us if the software is worth the price.  Read More...
Have No Fear: A Look Inside the January 2018 Issue of Writer's Digest
As we slide into 2018, remember that you are an artisan. Writing is your craft, and every word-every chapter-further sharpens that skill set. It's this same enterprising spirit that drove Editor-at-Large Jessica Strawser-whose face used to don this very page-to persist through her own drawer-exiled manuscript, and who is now working full time on her third book with St. Martin's Press. Every master was at one point a novice. Forget agents and publishers: Prove to yourself you have the drive to write that novel. This year is your year. Read More...
Your Weekly Writing Prompt
Spiced Architecture: You (or a character, or perhaps two) have been enjoying a leisurely walk down a familiar wooded path for about an hour, when you suddenly realize that you no longer know where you are. Trusting that your current path will lead you back home—because it logically should—you turn around and head back the way you came. After a few moments, you conclude that you must have somehow strayed … because before you stands a structure that appears to be made of gingerbread.

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