Writer's Relief Announces Web Site Upgrade

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Writer’s Relief, an author’s submission service that helps writers get published by targeting submissions to the best literary agents and editors of literary magazines, announces changes to their Web site. Free information about how to publish novels, books, poems, stories, and essays will now be available on one Web site.

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Writer’s Relief, Inc., publisher of a free e-mail Newsflash for Writers, announces the launch of a new Web site. The company has merged their informative creative writing and publishing blog with their main Web site, which offers a company overview.

The 30,000+ writers who subscribe to the Writer’s Relief Newsflash can now find it at http://www.WritersRelief.com/blog. There, writers can discover free information about how to publish books, stories, essays, and poems.

The Newsflash for Writers offers up-to-date leads for publication, free submission guidelines, writing contests and conferences listings, and articles about how to submit to literary agents and/or editors of literary magazines. Learn how to publish a book, story, or poem from the free information on Writer’s Relief’s new site.

The decision to merge the company’s two Web sites comes as part of Writer’s Relief’s commitment to staying in tune with advancements in publishing and the larger online community. “We’re always up-to-date when it comes to publishing trends, and we’re constantly researching submission guidelines to keep our database current,” says Writer’s Relief President Ronnie Smith.

The new site will offer easier navigation and also an updated Most Popular Writing and Publishing Articles directory. The monthly publication of the Newsflash will not be interrupted during the Web site restructuring. Writers who would like to learn more about Writer’s Relief’s author submission services, including testimonials from successful writers who have worked with Writer’s Relief, will now find everything they need in one place.

Previous Writer’s Relief articles include: how to submit poems to literary journals and magazines, how to land a literary agent, how to write a query letter, how to write a killer book blurb, a checklist for writing and publishing short stories, techniques to make editors notice your poems, tips for quickly improving your writing credentials, and much more.

About Writer’s Relief:
The free publishing leads, tips, and strategies contained in the Newsflash are based on Writer’s Relief’s experience assisting writers since 1994. Writer’s Relief is a specialized service that manages the submission process for writers seeking publication. The Writer’s Relief process includes cover or query letter writing, targeting manuscripts to the best-suited literary agents or editors, proofreading, formatting, submission packet preparation, and tracking responses. Writers are encouraged to apply to the Writer’s Relief Review Board for admission into the invitation-only Full Service program. For more information please visit http://www.WritersRelief.com, or call (866) 405-3003.

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