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This week’s installment is more abbreviated than usual due to the Writer’s Digest Conference. Look for the best lessons/advice on this blog in the next few days!
How to Write a Synopsis When You Have Lots of Characters in Your Story
Great piece by @andrewtshaffer on why complaining will get you nowhere fast in publishing
Beware of Agent Solicitations
Craft & Technique
Tension vs. Just Plain Old Annoying
An additional post on openings–defining our characters at the start of our book
Interesting article about the difference between edits and revisions
Marketing & Promotion
WSJ: How authors move their own merchandise: “Sometimes, you have to throw sex toys.”
10 free online tools every PR pro should master
Marketing Yourself in the Digital Age
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