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Debunking 10 Grammar (and Novel Writing) Myths

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BrianKlems Brian A. Klems
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This week in the shop we've launched The Book Lover's Calendar for 2016. It's packed with opening lines and famous last words of great books, literary quizzes, and surprising facts about our favorite authors. Great gift to yourself to make 2016 your best year of writing yet (rivaled only by this year, right?). Buy it here.

Also, starting next week on Oct. 1 (Hey, that's my 10-year wedding anniversary too!) is our online Writer's Digest University course Introduction to Copyediting. The course is an excellent way to launch (or improve) your copyediting skills so you can market them to businesses or potential freelance opportunities. By taking the course you'll learn:
  • Learn just what it is a copy editor does.
  • Become skilled at putting into action the most important grammatical rules.
  • Learn the tools of the trade and how to best use them.
  • Get hands-on experience editing the practice copy.
  • Learn from writing and editing your own copy.  
So many good things going on right now to help you advance your writing career this year and beyond, I hope you're able to take advantage of some of them. P.S. - Happy #NationalPunctuationDay!

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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Debunking 10 Grammar (and Novel Writing) Myths
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In honor of National Punctuation Day, we're sharing this Writer's Digest free download, Myth-Busting Answers to 10 FAQs on Grammar, Writing, and Publishing, Writer's Digest Online Editor Brian A. Klems breaks down several of the most common myths about writing. He explores the truth behind the a vs. an rule, whether or not you should avoid new agents, starting a sentence with a conjunction (like "but") and more. Get all these grammar myths and more when you download your copy of this free eBook.
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9 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Writing Residency
If you just started a novel and are hoping to retreat in time to edit it or you know you'll have one week off in April to start putting together your poetry collection, start researching residencies long beforehand. And if life and money allow, you can shape your own writing residency. Rent a cabin and turn off your phone. Regardless of your type of residency, it is important to use your time wisely.
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Transform Your Novel from Broken to Brilliant

By Larry Brooks

"Fixing" your completed draft can be a very different and challenging process from writing that draft. "Fixing" implies that you already understand and have identified what's working and what's keeping you from getting published. The more you understands how to "fix" your novel versus simply changing it, the more likely your next draft will be your last.

Story Fix addresses this critical phase of the writing process directly. With this resource by your side, you'll avoid the mistake of repeating the same old revision processes that have led you to an unpublished manuscript. Inside Story Fix, you'll find a highly efficient, proven, and reliable guide to help you land on the optimum treatment, both at the story level and the scene/sentence level so you avoid writing draft after draft.

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wd-logo6 Tips for Revising Picture Books
Revision is the key to making a picture book look effortless. But revision can be a messy and confusing process. Here are a few tools for the picture book writer's tool box to help keep you on track throughout the editing and revising process.
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Bermuda Discovery: The year is 1491 and you are a famous world explorer. You set out to sail around the globe, but your crew is apprehensive about sailing around the Bermuda triangle. You dismiss their superstitions and demand to hold course. Sure enough, as you approach the Triangle you get caught in a horrible storm. What happens next?
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wd-logoNew Literary Agent Alert: Mary South of Lowenstein Associates
New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Mary South of Lowenstein Associates) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.
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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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Worldbuilding in Science Fiction and Fantasy Writing Online Course - SIGN UP NOW!
In this original workshop, The New York Times best-selling author and veteran editor Philip Athans, author of The Guide to Writing Fantasy & Science Fiction (Adams Media 2010), gets into some detailed techniques for creating worlds for fantasy and science fiction stories, novels, screenplays, and games, and how those elements can best serve the most important aspects of your writing: characters and story.
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