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August 27, 2015

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BrianKlems Brian A. Klems
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Big news: We've just announced our How to Write and Sell Your Fantasy and Science Fiction Boot Camp, which starts September 8th. What you'll get if you register: access to an exclusive presentation from Laurie McLean and Connor Goldsmith of Fuse Literary Agency, an opportunity to ask questions, a critique of your query letter and first 10 pages of your manuscript. This is a great way to get your sci-fi/fantasy manuscript in front of an agent who represents those kinds of books (and who knows, they may even request to see your full if they like what they see). Sign up now.

On a different note, my kids are back in school and I've found myself ready to dig back into my own writing. Over the summer I'd fallen off a bit thanks to swimming pools, teaching the kids to ride bikes and other summer activities. Now, I'm fully focused and working on an outline for my next book. It's very exciting. Are you working hard on your book now that summer is nearly over? I hope so.

Finally, if you're looking for some help, guidance and agent advice (and live in the Indiana/Ohio area) join me at the Indianapolis Writers' Conference October 24. This one day event will be packed with helpful instruction on improving your manuscript, what you need to know before you seek an agent/book deal and more. Plus, there will be agents taking one-on-one pitches. So join me in Indianapolis October 24. It's going to be a lot of fun and helpful to your writing career.  

Take care of yourself and your writing,
Brian A. Klems
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10 Rules of Writing a Novel
There are lots of lists out there for how to be a writer, but most seem for newly minted MFA grads trying to keep up spirits and output in the sudden absence of grades and semester deadlines. I'm not one of them. I'm one of you. Here are a few things I learned along the way to writing a novel between stints as a copywriter.
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How to Write Vivid Descriptions
"Whenever you go out to paint, try to forget what objects you have in front of you - a tree, a house, a field or whatever. Merely think, here is a little squeeze of blue, here an oblong of pink, here a streak of yellow, and paint it just as it looks to you, until it gives your own naïve impression of the scene in front of you." - Claude Monet I first encountered this quote in Oliver Sacks' book An Anthropologist On Mars. It is advice on how to break free of cliche approaches to painting, but it applies almost just as well to writing.
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wd-logoThe 7 Qualities of High-Concept Stories
High concept exists on a continuum of expression; it is not a single, definable attribute. Think of it as a collection of qualities that once identified can help you pinpoint the height of the concept present in your story. In my 20-plus years consulting with novelists, screenwriters and nonfiction authors, I have identified seven common traits in stories, across all genres, that most industry pros seem to agree signify a high concept.
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Bicycling Bovines: You walk out of the grocery store one day and discover that the streets are full of cows on bicycles. What's even weirder is that you're the only one who finds this odd. What is going on?
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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:
wd-logoFatima Hirsi: Poet Interview
Maybe because I'm a parent of young children, I don't get out to local poetry events as much as I'd like. Whatever the reason, I usually meet poets online before I ever meet them face-to-face. However, today's interview is with a poet I first met in person in Austin last year; she was excited to participate in the April PAD Challenge and even wrote the winning poem for Day 8.
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WD staffers will teach at these upcoming writers conferences & events. Click below for the one closest to you. Most have agents attending as well whom you can pitch your book idea to. Check them out:


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Do you love reading a good mystery? Have you always wanted to write one? During the Essentials of Mystery Writing workshop, you'll have the choice of creating a brand new mystery story from scratch or working with a story you already have in progress.
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