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October 15, 2015

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BrianKlems Brian A. Klems
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In case you missed the exciting news this week, our very own Jessica Strawser (chief editor of Writer's Digest and one of my favorite people) landed a two-book deal with St. Martin's Press! (You can read all about it here.) This is extra heartwarming for me, as I've been friends with Jessica since our college days at the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University (Go Bobcats!). She's a hard-working, talented writer, who tirelessly pours everything she has into our magazine and into her writing. I'm just so happy for her. Can't wait until the first book is out!

wd1215_120In other fun news, the new November/December issue of Writer's Digest hit newsstands this week. It's our first "It's Never Too Late!" issue, focusing on how to get your writing on track. Whether you've been toying with an idea but never gave it enough of a chance or fizzled out on a current project, this issue has you covered. From 10 steps to making a new commitment to your writing to resurrecting a forgotten manuscript, we help you break out of that continual "I want to write, but ... " mindset and get you into a creative space that will have you finishing your manuscript in no time. Plus, the WD interview with David Baldacci has already been called "Worth the price of a subscription" on Twitter. So it doesn't matter if you are preparing for a holiday writing spree or gearing up for a January 1 resolution, get this issue now and be ready to write your heart out.

Also, today is the deadline to enter the Writer's Digest Popular Fiction Awards. Enter in any one of six categories for a chance to win--Romance, Thriller, Crime, Horror, Science-Fiction, YA. So get your entry in before midnight tonight. Tons of great prizes, including a paid trip to the 2016 Writer's Digest Conference in NYC to meet agents. Get details and enter here.

Finally, last chance to sign up and see me teach at the Indiana Writing Workshop on October 24. I believe there are only a few seats left. Can't wait to see you there.   

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
Twitter: @BrianKlems

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How to Write Action and Fight Scenes: 5 Simple Tips
For most writers, fight scenes are one of those areas where the old adage "write what you know" often does not serve well. Most of us hope dearly to avoid the kinds of high-stakes combat situations we put our poor characters through, but that doesn't mean you can't learn to write fight scenes that feel desperately real. As someone who has written, read, watched, and safely practiced a lot of fighting, here is some advice I'd offer to all writers who want to write fight scenes that pack more punch:
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Writing is about getting down to it, about finding your way into the moment and sustaining the energy for as long as you can effectively. But the REAL writing is during revision.
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Funny Feet: Ever since you were a child, you have burst into uncontrollable laughter every time you see a bare foot or bare feet. So far you've managed to suppress your hilarity at the sight of feet. Today, your boss has assigned you to cover the foot fashion show that is coming town this weekend. The show runs three days and you are required to attend all of the events. How do you get through the weekend?
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This October 26, Writer's Digest Boot Camp, "Agent One-on-One: How to Craft Query Letters & Other Submission Materials That Get Noticed," is designed to help you streamline your submission materials to stand out in a good way. Here's how it works:
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FREE WEBINAR: Ever wanted to try out a Writer's Digest webinar but were nervous to sign up because you didn't know what to expect or how the technology worked? Here's your chance to sign up and try one for free! On Tuesday, October 20 we'll be hosting the "How to Successfully Become a Published-and Well-Paid!-Author." Even if you can't attend the event live, sign up now and get an archive copy of the webinar mail to you that you can access for up to one year.
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