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Writer's Digest Returns to the West Coast!

Find out why last years attendees raved about WDNWC.
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Join us in sunny Pasadena and give your novel the attention it deserves!
Writers Digest is excited to bring the third Annual Writers Digest Novel Writing Conference back to Pasadena this fallOctober 26-28, 2018.

Last years conference was a transformative experience for many of our attendeesfrom aspiring novelists to those working on their second or third booksand were working behind the scenes right now to ensure this years program offers the most dynamic, informative and inspiring lineup yet, no matter what state your novel is currently in.

Heres what some past attendees told us about their experiences:

This was my first conference and I found it incredibly helpful. I would definitely like to attend another. I particularly liked the breadth of topics available every hour. Wonderful!
Amy H. | 2017 Attendee

The venue was excellent! The space was nice, and there were restaurants within walking distance. It also felt like a safe place. I really enjoyed listening to the keynote speakers. Thank you for putting on such an excellent program. It was wonderful!
Leslie K. | 2017 Attendee

I attended the WD Novel Writing Conference in 2016. I have attended conferences for professionals in other fields for over 30 years, and this one stands out. I felt the range of coverage, the attention to detail, the support of the staff, and the "generosity of spirit" of the presenters was impressive. I felt like I connected with my tribe.
Linda H. | 2016 Attendee

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