Sunday, 8 April 2018

Writers Market newsletters

Here are the latest Writers Market newsletters for my followers to peruse:

Blog your way to more success with your writing, whether you write nonfiction, fiction, or even poetry!


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Blog Your Way to Success!

April is National Poetry Month, and it always reminds me of the importance of blogging for writers—of all genres! After all, several years ago it was my blog that helped me earn the title of Poet Laureate of the Blogosphere, which has opened doors for other poetry opportunities since. Propel your writing career with the upcoming Blogging 101 online course. Led by online media expert Dan Blank, this course will help writers find more success with their writing through better blogging. Click to continue.

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Craft a better mystery novel this year by attending the Thriller virtual conference. Learn from bestselling and award-winning authors and receive personalized feedback from literary agents. Click to continue.

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Get the best combination of the latest Writer's Market book with a one-year subscription to WritersMarket.com!
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The guide that's been helping writers get published and get paid for their writing since 1921 includes thousands of listings for book publishers, magazines, agents, and more.
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Get the ultimate guide to literary agents with hundreds of listings for literary agents and how to create submissions they'll love!
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I've been so excited about the new Writer's Digest Podcast, hosted by Gabriela Pereira. In this second episode, Pereira dives into publishing in the digital age—including the need for diversification—with bestselling writer James Scott Bell. Click to continue.


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Think you know everything there is to blogging? Or do you feel stuck in a blogging rut? Then, check out the Advanced Blogging online course. Going beyond the basics of blogging, this course teaches bloggers how to create a thriving community hub, attract new readership with SEO, and so much more. Click to continue.

Robert Lee Brewer
Robert Lee Brewer
Robert Lee Brewer is Senior Content Editor for the Writer's Digest Writing Community. He edits Writer's Market, directs online conferences, and writes for the magazine and website. Follow him on Twitter @robertleebrewer.

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3 mystery literary agents, mystery/thriller online conference, mystery book publishers, and more!



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Mystery Literary Agents


Since we have our fourth annual Writer's Digest Mystery/Thriller online conference just around the corner, let's look at a few mystery literary agents. In a sense, most good stories contain hints of mystery, but mystery novels don't hold back. Whether it's a murder or a missing person, mysteries are out to find answers to essential questions through the use of clues, red herrings, and interesting characters. Click to continue.


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Craft a better mystery novel this year by attending the Thriller virtual conference. Learn from bestselling and award-winning authors and receive personalized feedback from literary agents. Click to continue.


Product
Get the best combination of the latest Writer's Market book with a one-year subscription to WritersMarket.com!
$49.99       $34.99
BUY
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The guide that's been helping writers get published and get paid for their writing since 1921 includes thousands of listings for book publishers, magazines, agents, and more.
$29.99       $24.99
BUY

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Get the ultimate guide to literary agents with hundreds of listings for literary agents and how to create submissions they'll love!
$29.99       $24.99
BUY




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I've been so excited about the new Writer's Digest Podcast, hosted by Gabriela Pereira. In this second episode, Pereira dives into publishing in the digital age—including the need for diversification—with bestselling writer James Scott Bell. Click to continue.






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What makes a good mystery? A grand crime? Kooky suspects? Plot twists that keep the reader guessing? Yes to all of this and more! If you've written a mystery, there's no mystery where to find book publishers and agents that handle this genre. The WritersMarket.com blog has spotlighted three book publishers looking for a good mystery novel. Click to continue.


Robert Lee Brewer
Robert Lee Brewer
Robert Lee Brewer is Senior Content Editor for the Writer's Digest Writing Community. He edits Writer's Market, directs online conferences, and writes for the magazine and website. Follow him on Twitter @robertleebrewer.


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Find and Keep a Literary Agent!

Make this the year you land a literary agent with the upcoming How to Find and Keep a Literary Agent boot camp. Led by actual literary agents, this boot camp uses real-life examples of queries that do and don't work, in addition to personalized feedback on your query and first 5 pages, the ability to ask agents direct questions, and more. Click to continue.



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Craft a better mystery novel this year by attending the Thriller virtual conference. Learn from bestselling and award-winning authors and receive personalized feedback from literary agents. Click to continue.

Product
Get the best combination of the latest Writer's Market book with a one-year subscription to WritersMarket.com!
$49.99       $24.99
BUY

Product
The guide that's been helping writers get published and get paid for their writing since 1921 includes thousands of listings for book publishers, magazines, agents, and more.
$29.99       $14.99
BUY

Product
Get the ultimate guide to literary agents with hundreds of listings for literary agents and how to create submissions they'll love!
$29.99       $14.99
BUY


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I've been so excited about the new Writer's Digest Podcast, hosted by Gabriela Pereira. In this second episode, Pereira dives into publishing in the digital age—including the need for diversification—with bestselling writer James Scott Bell. Click to continue.



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Whether you write fiction or nonfiction for adults or children, literary agents are the gatekeepers of the book publishing industry that can help propel writing careers. A good agent can identify which projects are right for which editors, and they work to get the best terms for their writers. After all, agents work off commission; so the more their clients make the more they earn. Click to continue.

Robert Lee Brewer
Robert Lee Brewer
Robert Lee Brewer is Senior Content Editor for the Writer's Digest Writing Community. He edits Writer's Market, directs online conferences, and writes for the magazine and website. Follow him on Twitter @robertleebrewer.

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3 middle grade literary agents, upcoming MG webinar, and more!


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Middle Grade Literary Agents

Middle grade novels are targeted at children between the ages of 8 and 12, but the protagonists in these books are usually 10 to 13 years old. They also tend to run 30,000 to 50,000 words in length. And while young adult can include profanity, violence, and sexuality, middle grade should be PG. Click to continue.



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Craft a better mystery novel this year by attending the Thriller virtual conference. Learn from bestselling and award-winning authors and receive personalized feedback from literary agents. Click to continue.

Product
Get the best combination of the latest Writer's Market book with a one-year subscription to WritersMarket.com!
$49.99       $34.99
BUY

Product
The guide that's been helping writers get published and get paid for their writing since 1921 includes thousands of listings for book publishers, magazines, agents, and more.
$29.99       $24.99
BUY

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Get the ultimate guide to literary agents with hundreds of listings for literary agents and how to create submissions they'll love!
$29.99       $24.99
BUY


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I'm so excited to announce the introductory episode of the Writer's Digest Podcast, hosted by Gabriela Pereira. In this first episode, Pereira discusses content creation (and why writers should embrace the term), community building, and more with Writer's Digest insiders Tyler Moss and Jess Zafarris. Click to continue.



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Literary agents and readers crave entertaining middle-grade fiction, but often writers struggle with creating a manuscript that is truly targeted to the 8-12-year-old audience. Learn how to write an effective MG novel with the Writing and Selling the Middle Grade Novel webinar. Learn from literary agents and receive personalized feedback on your query and first 5 pages. Click to continue.

Robert Lee Brewer
Robert Lee Brewer
Robert Lee Brewer is Senior Content Editor for the Writer's Digest Writing Community. He edits Writer's Market, directs online conferences, and writes for the magazine and website. Follow him on Twitter @robertleebrewer.

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