At Writer’s Digest, it’s important to us that you get insight and advice from real practitioners, people who’ve walked the walk (and faced many a blank page themselves). That’s why we stack our conferences with instructors who’ve not only written, but published (traditionally or independently). They make the best instructors because they understand the unique challenges and opportunities novelists face today.
There’s no getting around it. Committing to a writing conference takes guts. And a little bit of time and an investment of money. So we understand when people might be hesitant to pull the trigger on a ticket. Everyone has questions and concerns and everyone has different writing goals. So we thought the best way to address them about the upcoming Writer’s Digest Novel Writing Conference would be to share some of the most common questions we hear and, instead of having us blather on, share what past attendees have had to say about the subject.
Read on! (Oh, and if you decide to register, try to do so before June 13 when you can get an entire extended weekend full of targeted, novel-focused instruction for less than $300.)
Writer’s Digest Novel Writing Conference registration is now open. And you can save your seat at the Early-Bird rate—the lowest possible price—when you register by June 13!
This will be WD’s only trip to the West Coast this year, so if you’re a writer—and particularly a novelist—you won’t want to miss it.
You’ll enjoy a completely customizable experience, with sessions spanning four tracks: Craft, Character, Genre, and Beyond (i.e. everything that happens after you finish writing—from revisions to promotions).
If you’d like to learn how to produce a tightly crafted novel that that’s compelling to agents and editors—as well as readers—the Novel Writing Conference is the event you’ve been waiting for.
More sessions, more speakers and more fun are all in the works, but right now is the time to commit—best pricing ends June 13.