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How to Write a Novel Without Winning the Lottery (in 9 Simple Steps)

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So Much to Learn!
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Every day I learn new things -- I love it! Recently I volunteered to coach my eldest daughter's soccer team. If you've seen my soccer skills you'll know I was the last person they offered the job, but I agreed because I wanted the girls to be able to play. During our first practice I was clearly out of my element -- the girls lacked focus, I lacked the proper techniques to harness their focus. I came home feeling defeated. But, because I'm a writer, I know all about overcoming challenges and did what writers do:

I started researching.

I looked up soccer drills for kids. I read up on how to keep kids enthused and entertained while also teaching them a skill set. So at practice No. 2, I came more equipped (with knowledge). And for 60 glorious minutes, I had the girls involved, attentive and doing real soccer moves. Through the instruction (that I learned by watching experts), I was able to turn what I learned into a big success! The same can be done in writing -- you just need to go to where the experts are.

If you write for kids (or want to), register for our upcoming online boot camp: Selling Your Children's Book: How to Write and Pitch Novels & Picture Books for Kids. You'll get top-notch instruction from agents who represent (and sell) these categories and you'll receive a critique of your work. It starts on Sep 28. Get details here and sign up.

Also, if you prefer live instruction and meeting other writers, come to the Indiana Writing Workshop on October 24. I'll be instructing on several different topics important to improving your craft and having a successful writing career. I'll be answering all sorts of questions. Plus, the event has panels, agents, sessions & more. Check it out and join me.   

Take care of yourself and your writing,
Brian A. Klems
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Author, Oh Boy, You're Having a Girl: A Dad's Survival Guide to Raising Daughters
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How to Write a Novel Without Winning the Lottery
(in 9 Simple Steps)

As a full time neurologist with two kids and a very needy dog, I'm well versed in the time crunch concept. It takes some creativity to get it all done. So, because I'm a very kind person (and incidentally trying to advertise my psychological thriller), I have assembled a list of nine "real life" tips for writing a novel while still earning a paycheck.
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38 Agents Looking for New Writers

The October issue of Writer's Digest is out and here's why you don't want to miss it: It's packed with 38 literary agents who are seeking new writers to represent. That's right, they are actively trying to find manuscripts to shop to publishers. It's one of our most popular issues of the year. This list will give you a great starting point (and the advice inside will help you when you pitch any agent).

Make sure you download it now by clicking here.

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What I Learned from Attending Writers' Conferences
Before teaming up with a new publisher to release both my poetry compilation ATL Fire and California travel memoir Golden State Misadventures over one quarter of a year in 2015, I frequented writers' conferences and grew from those experiences. I learned that all writers should attend writers' conferences because they are so valuable to your writing career. Here are 4 important things you will get out of a writing conference.
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wd-logoFive Horror Novels You Should Read But Haven't
If you want comfort in the form of a classic scare but don't want to read or re-read the usual suspects, here are five exquisite reads perfect for pumpkin-sipping page turning.
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wd-logoYour Weekly Writing Prompt
An Ocean of Crabs: You and your significant other have decided to vacation by the beach for a weekend. It's your first day and you hurry to the ocean, ready to relax. Once you get to the beach, you find that the ocean is full of crabs. There seem to be more crabs than actual water! You marvel at this phenomenon and turn, only to find that your significant other is running towards the water and beginning to morph into a crab! How do you respond?
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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-logoSelling Your Children's Book: How to Write and Pitch Novels & Picture Books for Kids - Sept. 28 Boot Camp
In this Writer's Digest Boot Camp starting Sept. 28, 2015, "Selling Your Children's Book: How to Write and Pitch Novels & Picture Books for Kids," the agents of P.S. Literary Agency will show you how to make your submission stand out. As a registrant, you can choose to hear a tutorial on how to craft an amazing picture book, and then have your picture book critiqued-or you can choose to hear a different tutorial on writing middle grade and young adult fiction, and then have the first five pages of your YA/MG manuscript critiqued. Read more and register now ...
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Blogging 101 - SIGN UP NOW!
A key to success for any writer is having an online presence. Blogging is one way to share your expertise and-at the same time-build an author platform. Don't know how to start a blog? Not sure what to focus on? Don't fret! This online writing workshop will guide you through the entire blogging process-how to create and setup a blog, where to start, and much more. You'll learn how to attract readers and how to market your writing. Start a successful blog today and get noticed by editors and publishers.
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