Early Bird Price Ends Monday: The Writer's Digest Novel Writing Conference in LA

Big News: Writer's Digest is packing up its writing and publishing knowledge and heading to LA (no, they aren't making a movie about us … yet). Here's the scoop.
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Big News: Writer's Digest is packing up its writing and publishing knowledge and heading to LA (no, they aren't making a movie about us … yet). We're bringing a unique Writer's Digest Conference to the West Coast (why should only East Coast writers have all the fun?) and we want you there. Here's the scoop:

Event: Writer's Digest Novel Writing Conference
When: October 28-31
Where: Los Angeles, CA (The Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites)
Why You Should Attend: Writers looking to write better and improve their storytelling skills
Highlight: The four tracks of sessions allows you to pick and choose for an optimal conference experience.

Register now for the Writer's Digest Novel Writing Conference.

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Our Keynote Presenters

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