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BrianKlems Brian A. Klems
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Have you heard the amazing story of best-selling author John Meltzer helping his former high school teacher find a kidney donor? What a stand up guy. We were lucky to interview him for a cover story not so long ago. WD editor Jessica Strawser talks about it here. Amazing stuff.

In other news: Seats are going fast for our How to Write and Sell Your Fantasy and Science Fiction Boot Camp, which sold out last time we ran it. It starts next Tuesday, September 8th, so register now. Here's what all attendees get: 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. So sign up now before time (and seats) run out.

Also, next Thursday, publishing expert Jane Friedman is teaching How to Be an Effective Online Writer and Grow Your Traffic (and Audience). In this 90-minute webinar you'll learn the do's and don'ts of writing for an online audience, how to write post headlines that get clicks and shares, the basics of SEO (search engine optimization) that anyone can understand and more. I worked with Jane for many years and she really knows her way around the writing world (and the Web). Check it out here.

Finally, less than two months to the Indianapolis Writers' Conference (October 24) where I'll be the featured speaker. I've been told signups are so strong that they've added two more agents (now 6 total) who are taking one-on-one pitches as well as dishing out advice in a panel session. So if you live in Indianapolis (or a neighboring area or city like Cincinnati or Chicago), come on down for this one-day event packed with writing and publishing advice. I'd love to meet you. Register now and join me!  

Take care of yourself and your writing,
Brian A. Klems
Online Editor, Writer's Digest
Author, Oh Boy, You're Having a Girl: A Dad's Survival Guide to Raising Daughters
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4 Pieces of Advice for Struggling Writers
My debut novel, Tracked, recently hit shelves, and I'm often asked for advice about the publication process. How long did it take you to sell your book? Should I shelve this project? Should I keep going? Did you ever feel like giving up? And so often, buried in these questions, there's a palpable tremor of defeat. Of desperation and indecision and uncertainty. I hear it the writer's voice. I read it in their words. And it makes my heart clench. Every time.
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The Evolving Literary Agent: What Savvy Writers Need to Know
Progressive literary agencies are redefining the traditional role of the agent-and finding new ways to support authors in the digital era. Here's what savvy writers-beginning and experienced alike-should know.
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wd-logo2015 October Platform Challenge: Guidelines
I'm excited to bring a new challenge to the There Are No Rules blog beginning on October 1, 2015: the 2015 October Platform Challenge! What is the 2015 October Platform Challenge? This challenge will help writers through the process of improving their writing platforms by providing one task to complete for each day of the month in October. In the process, I'll share tips and advice related to the task. By the end of the month, writers of all skill levels should have a better grip on their platforms.
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wd-logoYour Weekly Writing Prompt
Haunted Amusement Park: You are exploring with a friend when you stumble upon an abandoned amusement park. You eagerly start to approach it, but as you get closer, the lights suddenly come on and the rides start to move. Do you keep going to find out what's happening or do you run away as fast as you can?
Post your response (500 words or fewer) in the comments below.

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wd-logoWD Editors Are Writers Too: Meet Tyler Moss, Managing Editor of Writer's Digest
All the editors on Writer's Digest staff aren't just 9-5 editors, we are also writers-which is why we are so passionate about writing. "WD Editors Are Writers Too" is a column on this blog to give you a sneak peek at the folks who lead the WD community-including their quirks, what inspires them and what they are writing outside of the Writer's Digest world. Today's pick is Writer's Digest Managing Editor Tyler Moss, who recently joined our wild staff.
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wd-logoHow to Write About Your Pets
You want to write about your pets. You know you do. And your pets are all for it. The cat's been walking across the keyboard for days now. Even the dog, curled up in bed next to you while you work, looks longingly at you. You know he's thinking: "Make me a star!" People everywhere love pet stories-and some editors will pay for them. But you need to develop these stories as craftily as you would any other piece. Here's a step by step guide to writing about your pet.
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