Want to Appear in Writer’s Digest? Here’s how.

Screen-Shot-2013-08-08-at-10.44.58-AMHave you ever tried to write a book in a month—as part of NaNoWriMo, with a writing group, or just on your own? What was your experience? What were the challenges, and what did you learn as you worked to overcome them? What was the end result? And what’s the best advice you could offer to other writers thinking of giving it a try?

We want to hear from you. Tell us about your write-a-thon, and you could see your words and advice in the pages of Writer’s Digest!

Send your story—along with your full name, city and state—to writersdigest@fwmedia.com with “BIAM” in the subject line. Responses may appear in Writer’s Digest publications and/or on WritersDigest.com, and may be edited for space and clarity.

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brian-klems-2013Brian A. Klems is the online editor of Writer’s Digest and author of the popular gift book Oh Boy, You’re Having a Girl: A Dad’s Survival Guide to Raising Daughters.

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  1. Onwuka Ikpa

    I’m writing a book at the moment which I intend completing in about a month’s time.
    Challenges I’ll say exist are; Discipline to sit and write for a long time, Time spent in getting right choice of words, you know like adjectives! I’m doing it on my own so I motivate myself by viewing the profiles of other writers, and imagining how it’ll be when I’ve finished with the writing! Its a YA fiction.


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