Welcome to day four of the annual Writer Mama Back-to-School Giveaway. Today’s giveaway is a one-year subscription to Writer’s Digest magazine edited by Jessica Strawser.
Who wouldn’t want to win???
Each issue of Writer’s Digest brings you the must-know tips and publishing secrets you’ll need such as:
- Technique Articles geared toward specific genres
- Business Information specifically for writers
- Tips & Tricks for rekindling your creative spark
- Inspirational Stories of writers who are living the dream, and how they got there
- The Latest (and Greatest!) Markets for print, online and e-publishing
- Tools of the Trade, including the latest advice and info on software, books and Web resources
[The image is of the September 2009 issue of Writer’s Digest with a feature interview with Cory Doctorow by me–Christina Katz. Don’t miss it!]
Here comes the question you must answer to be entered in today’s giveaway.
If you are new to the giveaway, please read “Da Rules.” Seriously, there’s a few picky things like we will only ship to U.S. addresses or if your comment is the wrong length I have to disqualify your comment (and I hate when that happens because it ruins all my fun).
Today’s question is…
What writing publications do you rely on to keep you up to date on industry trends, writing tips, and author stories? Do you still subscribe to as many writing trade publications as you used to or are you increasingly subscribing to and reading blogs or e-news to inform your writing career? Has the recession impacted your writing-related reading? If so how? [Answer any or all of these questions…I’m genuinely curious!]
Before you go! WE HAVE A CAUSE TO RAISE MONEY FOR THIS YEAR! Please read the story about the Applin family here and consider making a small contribution at some point during the giveaway. We’re aiming for $100/day collectively. Please help us help the Applin family adopt two children from Russia. 🙂
And please don’t forget to read the rules! Several posts had to be deleted from days one, two, and three because they were not the proper length. What is the proper length? It’s in “Da Rules“!
Thanks. This is fun. I’m so glad we are all doing it. 🙂