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Writer's Digest Weekly Planner

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Writer's Digest Weekly Planner
from the Editor's of Writer's Digest
Writer's Digest Books, 2008
ISBN: 978-158297-553-5
$14.99 hardcover with concealed spiral, 256 pages

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Your Writing Life—At Your Fingertips
With new story ideas to remember, deadlines to meet, and submissions to track, writers have a lot to juggle. The Writer’s Digest Weekly Planner will keep your entire writing life organized and portable, all year long. This essential tool provides:

  • Fifty-four undated weeks—so your planner is both a structured and flexible place for your creative notes and task- and goal-oriented information
  • Invaluable writer’s resources, such as a Submission Tracker, Payment and Expense Tracker, and a Glossary of Publishing Terms
  • Reference information from some of Writer’s Digest’s most authoritative titles, covering topics like taxes, copyright, working with an editor, and dealing with rejection, as well as seven sample query letters

With The Writer’s Digest Weekly Planner, you’ll stay neat and efficient, so you can spend less time getting organized and more time writing and selling your work.

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How Can I Help You?

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