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I'm excited to announce that I'll be moderating an agent panel at the 2016 Erma Bombeck Writer's Workshop. As a humor writer (and a big fan of Erma Bombeck), being asked to be a part of this event means a great deal to me. Many years ago I sat in the audience as an attendee and listened to some of the funniest writers in the country speak, inspiring me to work harder at my own craft. If it weren't for that step in my career, I'm not sure I'd have the successful humor book that I have today. Now, I get to be a part of that group. And for that, I'm honored.

Also, as I mentioned in last week's newsletter, we have several valuable webinars coming up. These are great opportunities to learn directly from agents, authors and other folks in the publishing industry. Find one that fits you and sign up:

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Your Survival Guide to NaNoWriMo: Before, During & After Tips
Writing a novel in 30 days can be quite a challenging task, physically, mentally and emotionally. So when you set out to do it this November during National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), go into it prepared with this quick-and-easy guide of what you can do before, during and after to make the most out of the event.
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Find and Share a Helpful Article: Day 8 of the 2015 October Platform Challenge
You have ideas for stories, but when you launch For today's platform-building task, find and share a helpful article that is relevant to your target audience. The key word in this task is "relevant." But what article should you pick and where should you share it? The answers are here.
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wd-logo4 Things to Avoid When Finishing Your Novel
When you're halfway through a draft or a major revision, it's easy to recognize and delight in your novel's strengths. It's easy to imagine that you will-someday soon, tomorrow probably-correct every single flaw. But as you near the end of a draft, and your book remains imperfect, you might start to panic. You might make some bad choices. Here are four things to avoid.
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Frog in Your Throat: You are flipping through the channels on TV one Saturday, waiting for your pizza to be delivered. On the coffee table sits an open can of soda. You don't remember getting the soda, but you live alone and haven't had anyone over recently, so it must be yours. You take a sip as the doorbell rings. You open the door and as instead of saying "Hello," a croak come out of your mouth instead. Finish the scene.
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If you're at an early stage, each piece of research in that fat file calls out to you: "I'm so interesting. I just have to get into your book." Here's how to include the right information to make your book better.
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How do you make sure your book stands out as a quality submission? How do you know when your book is a romance, work of erotica, new adult, or women's fiction story? How do you decide when your work is ready for an agent or if you should self-publish? In "How to Write and Sell Your Romance & Erotica," a brand new Writer's Digest Agent One-on-One Boot Camp starting October 12, 2015, the literary agents of Corvisiero Literary Agency will answer all those questions and more. They'll also critique your work and allow you to ask questions you during online Q&A sessions.
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wd-logoBehind the Scenes of a Writing Competition
Have you ever wondered what goes through judges' minds when they read entries submitted to a writing competition? Now you no longer have to wonder. The judges of the Writer's Digest Poetry Awards discuss the competition, common pitfalls, and what it takes to make your poem stand out.
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