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I hope you'll join me for a jolt of inspiration this summer in New York!

This year's WD Conference is going to be a buzz of activity and inspiration. Come be part of it!
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I hope you'll join me for a jolt of inspiration this summer in New York!
Meet the staff behind WD and see their picks for must-attend sessions this August!
Writer's Digest Annual Conference
Electric. It was the only word I could think of to describe the atmosphere as I stood in a sea of conference attendees during the 2013 Writer’s Digest Pitch Slam. The air fairly crackled with excitement and enthusiasm. You could feel the nervous energy humming through the room.

If anything, that pulse-pounding feeling has only increased at the three Writer’s Digest Annual Conferences I’ve attended since then. This year, as we welcome more than 50 agents to our famous Pitch Slam and build a roster of bestselling and celebrated instructors , I’m certain the excitement will reach a fever pitch.

Don’t miss your chance to share in the electric energy of the 2017 Writer’s Digest Annual Conference, taking place this August 18–20 in New York City. And while you’re perusing the conference site, check out these can’t-miss sessions:

Write Naked: A Bestseller’s Secrets to Writing Romance and Navigating the Path to Success, Jennifer Probst

Jennifer Probst

Join New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Probst as she shows you how to hone your craft, solidify your platform, grow your reader audience, and “embrace the crazy.” It’s an essential session for newbie romance authors and veterans alike.

The Importance of Being Scenic: Scene vs. Summary, Lauren B. Davis

Lauren B. Davis

Summary and scene are both useful parts of a story’s architecture, but scenes bring your characters to life and demand your reader’s attention. This workshop explores the elements of a scene and allows the writer to practice crafting vivid scene openings for their own works-in-progress.

Troubleshooting Your Novel: Essential Techniques for Identifying and Solving Manuscript Problems, Steven James

Steven James

You owe your book more than a polish and a proofread. Learn how to pinpoint the weak spots in your story—and solve them—with a bevy of time-tested, specific advice. Examine how to adjust elements of story progression, develop riveting characters, master narrative techniques, and ensure reader engagement.

Pixels to Platform: Marketing for Creative People, Gabriela Pereira

Gabriela Pereira

Platform doesn’t have to be painful, and you don’t have to sell out to sell books. In this session, you’ll learn the concrete steps for building your online brand so you can forge meaningful connections with your readers.

I’ll never forget the first WD conference I attended; it’s truly a life-changing experience. If you’re ready to hone your craft and take charge of your writing career—and feel that tingle of excitement as you pitch your work to agents—join me in New York this August.

Rachel Randall



Rachel Randall
Content Strategist for Writer’s Digest

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