Friday, June 20, 2014

Hello readers,

Are any of you going to be in LA, California this summer. If so I recommend attending the Writers Digest Conference this August. Read the following info:

Experience a 360-degree view of
your novel—with the guidance of some
of today's most accomplished writers.

  Whether working on your novel is part of your daily practice,
or maybe still just a daydream, the Writer's Digest Novel
Writing Conference has a lot to offer you—particularly if
you're in search of both practical advice and creative inspiration
to fuel your writing ambitions.

Join Writer's Digest August 15 - 17 in Los Angeles and

 get a holistic overview of both the art and business of being
a novelist.

When you look at the Conference's education sessions, you'll

notice a familiar order to the program: It's structured exactly
like the process of writing a novel.

You'll start by generating your ideas, outlining and refining your

plot and crafting fully-realized characters. Once you've progressed
 through these steps, you'll work on your query letters and practice
 your pitch to perfection.

Your mentors on this journey will include not only

Phil Sexton, Writer's Digest magazine's Publisher, but
also six New York Times and USA Today bestselling
authors, including Hugh Howey, Larry Brooks and
David Morrell, plus publishing industry experts and
literary agents.

This step-by-step process packs so much of what any

aspiring novelist needs to know into a single extended weekend.
 Summer will be here and gone in the blink of an eye. Why
not carve out this one weekend for yourself, spent among your
 writing peers and immersed in what you love? Your novel
deserves it.

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