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Letter From Brian
Brian Klems Brian A. Klems
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If you've been following us on Twitter, you'll notice our staff has been sharing some of our favorite things about being part of the Writer's Digest community. It's important to sit back and reflect and give gratitude to the people and moments that have helped you get to where you are. I think about past English teachers who encouraged me to follow my writing dream, my supportive parents, my wonderful wife (who pulled extra parenting duty when I was working on Oh Boy, You're Having a Girl), my literary agent Tina Wexler, my publisher who gave took a chance (that paid off, thankfully), and so many more people. And I'm humbled when people thank me at writing conference or via email, sharing notes about how something I did or wrote or shared or delivered via this newsletter helped make them a better writer. I'm lucky on so many fronts, and I'm thankful for that as well.

Something else I'm thankful for is some of the great bundles we have available in the Writer's Digest Shop this month. In particular, I'm a fan of the Launch Your NaNoWriMo Novel Value Pack, which has 9 terrific resources (heavily discounted) to help you knock out a first draft in 30 days. Whether you are participating in National Novel Writing Month right now or prepping to kick your writing into high gear on January 1, this collection will help get you started and keep you plugging along through the toughest days. And I'd love to get a note one day from you saying, "Hey Brian, I got that NaNoWriMo Novel Value Pack and now here I am with a finished draft! I did it!" Those are the moments of my job I love the most. Happy Thanksgiving!

Take care of yourself and your writing,

Brian A. Klems
Senior Online Editor, Writer's Digest
Author, Oh Boy, You're Having a Girl: A Dad's Survival Guide to Raising Daughters
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The Lie I Told Myself About Self-Publishing

Three years ago I officially began writing a book. That’s when the lie began. As my first draft grew to 50,000 words, the book changed from being a memoir based on my experiences as a fire eater to a novel. I kiddingly say that this was because no one would care about a fire eater from Kentucky, and I wanted it to be a New York Times Bestseller. Turning my performances into fiction also gave me the freedom to change my reality into a story arch that was more gripping than the normal “curious girl learns how to eat fire” story.

“Normal” is relative here. It was my normal.

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New Literary Agent Alert: Molly O'Neill

New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Molly O'Neill of Waxman Leavell Literary Agency) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.

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7 Reasons Writers of Serious Novels Should Use Humor in Their Fiction

Telling a joke-or at least including humor-is great advice for writers, especially in light of recent research. Purely comic fiction may not sell well, but many novels that tackle serious topics with flashes of humor-John Green's The Fault in Our Stars, Jesse Andrews' Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, and dozens of others-do spectacularly, for good reason: There are seven excellent uses for humor in serious fiction.

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You need people who understand what you're going through-the hunger to create, the absolute need. People who you can run pages by, who you can ask for advice about agents or publishing or how they tackled a plot problem that is driving you nuts. People who will cheer you on, who will hand you tissues when you get a bad review and then speak to a reviewer friend elsewhere who ends up loving your book. Here's how to find your tribe.

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