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Writer's Digest 2h
"Hello, my name is Katherine, and I’m a writer with an inferiority complex."
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Writer's Digest 3h
Good morning! This Monday is all about communicating. Show us your best correspondence!
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Writer's Digest 3h
Matt Bird, screenwriter and creator of , dives right in to film, book, and trope analyses. Don't miss his story annotations, genre conventions, and characterizations!
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The Challenges of Writing 'The King’s Speech' by David Cohen
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Writer's Digest 19h
The Editor Behind the Curtain: Inside the Publishing Process
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Writer's Digest 22h
These 10 exercises will help you take a fresh look at your work-in-progress and beat writer's block in no time by giving you a mental break.
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Writer's Digest Apr 21
WD University online courses starting this week: Advanced Novel Writing; Fundamentals of Fiction; Grammar and Mechanics; Introduction to Copyediting; Writing the Romance Novel; Writing the Young Adult Novel
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Writer's Digest Apr 21
's website dissects story structure, character development, and writing techniques from contemporary and iconic authors. Head to for all the good stuff.
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Writer's Digest Apr 20
With so many films adapted from intellectual property, at some point in your screenwriting career you’ll find yourself writing an adaptation. Mario O. Moreno shares several essential techniques for writing adaptations.
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Writer's Digest Apr 20
Agents have to consider where your book fits in a crowded marketplace. Literary agent & author offers 3 ways to find your Unique Selling Proposition:
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Writer's Digest Apr 20
By starting a story in the midst of action, you can hook your readers with a literary technique as old as the Greek epics—in medias res. Paul Buchanan explains how.
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Writer's Digest Apr 20
It's hard to make yourself look good, especially when that feels like lying. breaks down how to play up your talent without being disingenuous.
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Writer's Digest Apr 20
's an author and former literary agent dedicated his blog to helping writings get published (which we love). Head to for tips on writing craft, marketing advice, and more!
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Writer's Digest Apr 20
Today's calls for poems at night, in a cave, or in a power outage. This is looking for what lurks in the dark.
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Writer's Digest Apr 19
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Writer's Digest Apr 19
11 Editing Marks Every Writer Needs to Know: the most common copy editing marks to help you with your editing and revising.
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Writer's Digest Apr 19
Rejection letters aren't personal... but they sure feel like it. knows that sting of rejection, and she also knows she's got a helluva story to tell, and she'll never stop telling it.
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Writer's Digest Apr 19
Sharpen your writing skills, pitch your work, get mentored and inspired by the best, and find your . Join us in NYC for this August, and save $25 w/ WDC19TWITTER
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Writer's Digest Apr 19
Even writers who don't have the "whole thing cleverly planned out" can write a multi-book series. walks us through her process of realizing she wanted more from her characters... and then making it happen.
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Jane Friedman Apr 16
Is good writing enough to land a literary agent? Two agents, & , discuss the varied factors that can affect an offer of representation / Q&A by
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