Friday, 10 November 2017

Writer's Relief newsletter

With details of competitions and inspiration for NaNoWriMo, here is the latest Writer's Relief newsletter for my followers to peruse

November 2017
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November’s a busy time for writers! We’ll help you prepare.
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Review Board Update
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Please review our Submission Guidelines
A Five-Star Review From Judi!
As a book reviewer for Publishers Weekly and the Richmond Times-Dispatch, I see a wide variety of genres and styles that have somehow made it into print. Why not mine?
Yet I was not getting very far with a hit-and-miss approach. You provided a consistent strategy that has given me momentum and confidence, even in the face of the inevitable rejection slips that precede the inevitable acceptance.
I look forward to our continued success together!
Judi G., Writer and Reviewer
Quote Of The Week
Keep your eyes on the stars, and your feet on the ground.
—Theodore Roosevelt 
The BEST list of writing markets anywhere on the Web.
Happy National Novel Writing Month!
Check out this list of novels that started their lives as 50,000-word NaNoWriMo projects—and were released by major publishing houses this year!
You might be surprised by the familiar titles you’ll find!
Book authors can advertise directly to email lists that target eager readers.
But does it work?
We’ve got a list of email targeting services for writers—and some thoughts on whether it’s worth your time and money.
It’s also National Lifewriting Month!
If you’re a nonfiction writer, here are the BEST tips for building your readership—and sales—with your author website.
Whether you’re NaNo-ing or not, sometimes the going gets tough when you’re brain-deep in a new writing project.
Here are stamina-building quotes and phrases to help you power through and keep writing!
Check this out!
More Articles: Something For Every Writer
Ever feel like finding your next publishing credit is like searching for a needle in a haystack?
Then it’s time to try something different.
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Here are just a few of the MANY publishing leads you’ll find!
Crab Orchard Series in Poetry Open Competition Awards
Stops Reading: 11/18/2017
Contest Judge: Allison Joseph
Entry Fee: $20
First Prize: $1,000
Winning Entry Published? Yes
Page Count Limit: 50-100
Poetry Book Type: Full Manuscript
Sundress Publications Poetry Broadside Contest
Stops Reading: 11/30/2017
Entry Fee: $10
First Prize: $200
Winning Entry Published? Yes
Title Count: 3
Scribes Valley Publishing Short Story Contest
Stops Reading: 11/30/2017
Entry Fee: $7
First Prize: TBA
Winning Entry Published? Yes
Word Count Limit: 5,000
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