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Editor's Letter
BrianKlems Brian A. Klems
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What an amazing experience I had last weekend at the Writer's Digest Annual Conference. I met so many writers and we talked about craft, blogging, getting published and more! Between answering questions during my sessions to connecting to the spectacularly fun cocktail hour, I can honestly say it was the most fun I've ever had at an event. I can't wait to see what next year brings.

If you missed out on the WD Conference this year, come join me and several agents in Indianapolis for the 2015 Indiana Writing Workshop. I'll be giving workshops on craft, publishing options and answering nearly every question imaginable about writing and publishing. Plus, there's an American Idol style event where they read the first page of attendees novels (anonymously) and agents give their expert feedback on what works, what doesn't and more. I'd love to meet you in person. Click here to register and join me.

Finally, if you can't attend an event in person, don't worry--we have you covered. Check out our upcoming Agent One-on-One: First Ten Pages Boot Camp. Here you get instruction online, are given the chance to ask questions in the boot camp forum and then have your first 10 pages critiqued (twice) to help you get your novel's opening perfect. Find out more and sign up now here.   

Take care of yourself and your writing,
Brian A. Klems
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Top 5 Things to Expect after You Launch Your Book
It took me a decade, more or less, of therapy to be at peace with my past. It took that much, if not more, to put just a piece of me and my past onto paper, ultimately publishing my first book, The S Word - a Memoir. With the book launch, I found myself surrounded by family and friends and even strangers and experiencing some ... well ... experiences that I'm learning aren't all that uncommon. So I thought I would share what every memoirist might expect upon the launch of his or her book, courtesy of some of my favorite comedic moments.
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7 Things I Learned Mid-Book
You have ideas for stories, but when I should have been barreling along in my nonfiction book, Challenges in Writing Your Dissertation, in strict obedience to my schedule for the deadline in the contract's pdf stone. But I could only slouch at my desk and stare beyond the screen, with little groans escaping from my throat. I pecked a phrase, deleted it, pecked another, almost retched. My malady: mid-book slog. I should have been barreling along in my nonfiction book, Challenges in Writing Your Dissertation, in strict obedience to my schedule for the deadline in the contract's pdf stone. But I could only slouch at my desk and stare beyond the screen, with little groans escaping from my throat. I pecked a phrase, deleted it, pecked another, almost retched. My malady: mid-book slog.
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New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Sheri M. Bestor of Willow Words Literary Agency) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list. She is seeking ...
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"Shhh, I'm wabbit hunting": You wake up one morning and find yourself inside a Looney Tunes cartoon with a burning desire to hunt down a certain Bugs Bunny, no matter the cost. What happens next?
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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:
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I love pencils. I wrote every draft of The Last Pilot using Staedtler's traditional HB; a fantastic pencil. They're light and feel good in the hand. I got through about thirty of the things. The process was this: write a chapter, then go back and write it out again, deconstructing, editing, condensing in the space that exists between the two. Then do it again, and again, and again, until it's right - or as close to being right as I can get it before forcing myself to move on.
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Get Your First 10 Pages Critiqued by an Agent - Next Agent One-on-One Boot Camp Starts August 21, 2015
As many writers know, agents and editors won't give your work more than ten pages or so to make an impact. If you haven't got them hooked by then, it's a safe bet you won't be asked for more material. Make sure you've got the kind of opening they're looking for! It's all part of the recurring popular Agent One-on-One Boot Camp called "Your First 10 Pages." Sign up by the end of the day, August 21, 2015. It's taught by the agents at Talcott Notch Literary. Here's how it works and why you should join:
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