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Writing Novels - 8 Things You Need to Know

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Writing Novels - 8 Things You Need to Know
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Do You Underline Book Titles?
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Missed the Writer's Digest Conference? Here's What You Missed
The Writer's Digest Annual Conference in NYC was our best ever. Between the top-level speakers we had on hand, the highly regarded literary agents accepting live pitches and the sold-out atmosphere, it was surprising we had time to all hang out (but we did at the networking meetup and after-hours parties). If you missed it, here are many photos to show you what it's like at our main event. If you couldn't make it, be sure to join us next year. And, if you want to prepare for that main event, try out any of these other upcoming writers' conferences and workshops throughout the country where Writer's Digest editors will be speaking.  

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