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The successful novelist needs good organization, good craft, and good marketing. In this issue, we'll talk about each of these in turn.
* Most writers hate organization and therefore most writers desperately need it. Want to get more done this year than you did last year? Read my article, "Divide and Conquer."
* I'm a character-oriented writer and my friend Jeff Gerke is a plot-oriented writer. Jeff is the author of a new book published by Writer's Digest, PLOT VERSUS CHARACTER. I was delighted to learn some valuable things about writing characters from Jeff's book. Check out my interview with him, "Plot versus Character."
* If you're not yet published with a traditional, royalty-paying publisher, one of the best things you can do to help yourself break in is to go to a writing conference. To put it simply, conferences are great marketing tools. To understand why, read my article, "Those Pesky Writing Conferences."
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