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BrianKlems Brian A. Klems
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Don't forget that our Agent One-on-One Boot Camp on how to Craft Query Letters & Other Submission Materials starts next Monday, October 26. The four-day boot camp will help you perfect your craft by reviewing nuts and bolts advice on how to develop a winning query letter, synopsis, nonfiction book proposal and first pages. Plus, an agent will critique the first 10 pages of your manuscript and your query. Sign up now here.

Also, the deadline for our annual Writer's Digest Poetry Awards is slightly more than a week away, so fine-tune your work and enter it now. There's more than $1,000 in cash prizes. Plus, we'll publish the winning poem  in Writer's Digest. Here's where you can enter.

Finally, NaNoWriMo is only a week or so away. We have a few staffers who are considering taking the plunge. Are you ready? Good luck.   

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6 Ways Winning a Writing Competition Helped Me Get Published
Since winning the WD grand prize of their writing competition, I've published sixty short stories and two novels. I have another novel and a linked short story collection coming out this year, and a contract on a fourth novel for 2016. Here's how winning a single major contest made the difference:
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Congratulations! You finished your first book. Work-wise, you've accomplished 10 percent. Now for the hard part: doing what's required to get your book into a reader's hands. Do you know that an unknown self-published or small-press author only sells an average of up to 250 books? Once your friends and family members have purchased copies, where do you go from there?
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It's Not About Me: Write a 20-line poem where every line begins with the first letter of your first name. The only rule is that it can't be about you.
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