Monday, July 29, 2013

Get Professional Feedback On Your Screenplay or Novel

Hello everyone,
If you plan to enter your script in a screenplay contest and would like to have your script proofread or critique by a fresh pair of eyes, I am offering a discount on my  service: 

Edits: $43.00   Contest discount

Critiques: $53.00   Contest discount

Edit and Critique Combo: $ 65.00   Contest discount


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 Not entering a contest but need help with your writing?         Try my services at regular prices.

                                                     Screenplay Service

Film Scripts ServiceEdit and Critique combos: $75.00 discount flat fee.

Edit - covers proper formatting, grammar, spelling, punctuation, sentence structure.

Critique - cover the follow:
 -Introduction
- Development
 -Climax
 -Conclusion
 -Character development
 -Mid point development

Turnaround time is 3 weeks

Edits and Critiques will continue to be offered separately if a writer just wants one or the other.

Edits: $48.00 flat fee
- covers proper formatting, grammar, spelling, punctuation, sentence structure.

Turnaround time 2 weeks

Critique: $58.00 flat fee
-Introduction
- Development
 -Climax
 -Conclusion
 -Character development
 -Mid point development


Turnaround time 2 weeks
Query letter Service

I provide query letter writing service for scripts and books.

Query Letter: $28.00 flat fee

Turnaround time 2 weeks


Book Consulting Service

I only provide Critique service for fiction novels. Why fiction only? Because fiction is my strong point.

Critique: $87.00 flat fee

Turnaround time 3.5 weeks


I do not edit books. I only critique them. Editing books requires a lot of time consuming detail.

Payments are made by Paypal. If you do not have a Paypal account, payments may be made as cashier checks or money orders by postal mail.

If you are interested in my services, feel free to contact me at

ahicks4298@q.com or call at (360) 696 - 4298


I will be happy to work with you.
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Thursday, July 25, 2013

More Resources For Writers



Two Latest Agents Seeking New Writers

These two literary agents below have all been interviewed or profiled on the GLA Blog in the past 2 weeks. Check out their mini-profiles by clicking on their links below, and see if they are a good fit for a query.

1. Peter Knapp of Park Literary Group

He is seeking: He is building his client list with a focus on middle grade and young adult fiction, as well as suspense and thrillers for all ages. He does not represent picture books or nonfiction.

2. Fiona Kenshole of Transatlantic Agency

She is seeking: "I am looking for all kidlit categories from picture book to YA. I've been a publisher in all these areas and my enthusiasm for all categories continues! For picture books, I'm especially interested in talented author/illustrators. In middle grade and chapter books, I like stories that make me laugh, or real children in magical circumstances (Savvy by Ingrid Law) and I love animal stories; In YA, above all else I look for a captivating and distinctive voice. I'm also happy to look at both literary and commercial fiction. I love a great piece of chick lit. I'm not looking for rhyming picture book texts, poetry, faith-based stories, or vampires, paranormal or sword-and-sorcery fantasy."
5 Simple Steps to Completing a First Draft

Writer Peter Stenson, author of the 2013 novel FIEND, recently penned a guest column for the GLA Blog all about how to crank out a first draft in 3 months using very simple steps. It's a fun column that gets back to basics. See the entire piece online, or read an excerpt below.

2) Have Expectations for a Rough Draft. Sure, I'd like to be that one-in-a-million jerk who sits down and spews magic from his fingertips in the form of perfect drafts. But I'm not. And chances are, neither are you. But that's okay. That's reality. And realizing this is all sorts of liberating. A rough draft is meant to be exactly that, rough. It is where you figure out what the heck you are even writing about, what your characters yearn for, what voice, tense, POV, and narrative distance best captures the story you're telling. Allow yourself to be unsure. Allow yourself to make mistakes.

4) Keeping a Notebook. 
There's a reason the majority of writers carry one around (and why you should too): it helps. You never know when a certain image will strike you as somehow significant. When a certain line of eavesdropped dialogue between two teenagers on the bus about how they hate their big toes will unlock your character. When a car driving by with a plastic crow glued to its hood will suddenly clear up a muddled plot point. Write these things down. It doesn't matter if they make sense or not. So much of writing fiction is about focusing on the correct authenticating detail, and the world is chalk-full of such details. Pay attention. Jot them down. If nothing else, this practice will pay the twofold dividends of sharpening your powers of perception, while also keeping your writing project at the forefront of your mind.

Read Peter's entire column online. 
Hello everyone,
If you plan to enter your script in a screenplay contest and would like to have your script proofread or critique by a fresh pair of eyes, I am offering a discount on my  service: 

Edits: $43.00   Contest discount

Critiques: $53.00   Contest discount

Edit and Critique Combo: $ 65.00   Contest discount


****************************************************
 Not entering a contest but need help with your writing?         Try my services at regular prices.

                                                     Screenplay Service

Film Scripts ServiceEdit and Critique combos: $75.00 discount flat fee.

Edit - covers proper formatting, grammar, spelling, punctuation, sentence structure.

Critique - cover the follow:
 -Introduction
- Development
 -Climax
 -Conclusion
 -Character development
 -Mid point development

Turnaround time is 3 weeks

Edits and Critiques will continue to be offered separately if a writer just wants one or the other.

Edits: $48.00 flat fee
- covers proper formatting, grammar, spelling, punctuation, sentence structure.

Turnaround time 2 weeks

Critique: $58.00 flat fee
-Introduction
- Development
 -Climax
 -Conclusion
 -Character development
 -Mid point development


Turnaround time 2 weeks
Query letter Service

I provide query letter writing service for scripts and books.

Query Letter: $28.00 flat fee

Turnaround time 2 weeks


Book Consulting Service

I only provide Critique service for fiction novels. Why fiction only? Because fiction is my strong point.

Critique: $87.00 flat fee

Turnaround time 3.5 weeks


I do not edit books. I only critique them. Editing books requires a lot of time consuming detail.

Payments are made by Paypal. If you do not have a Paypal account, payments may be made as cashier checks or money orders by postal mail.

If you are interested in my services, feel free to contact me at

ahicks4298@q.com or call at (360) 696 - 4298


I will be happy to work with you.
***********************************************

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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Getting a Screenplay Agent: Sunday, July 28, 2013

Breakthrough Strategies For
Landing Your First Agent!

 In this two hour class, you will learn:
  • Strategies from over 100 interviews with agents and managers.
  • Step-by-step process for landing an Agent or Manager.
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Sunday, July 28, 2013, 12pm (noon) Pacific Time




Hello everyone,
If you plan to enter your script in a screenplay contest and would like to have your script proofread or critique by a fresh pair of eyes, I am offering a discount on my  service: 

Edits: $43.00   Contest discount

Critiques: $53.00   Contest discount

Edit and Critique Combo: $ 65.00   Contest discount


****************************************************
 Not entering a contest but need help with your writing?         Try my services at regular prices.

                                                     Screenplay Service

Film Scripts ServiceEdit and Critique combos: $75.00 discount flat fee.

Edit - covers proper formatting, grammar, spelling, punctuation, sentence structure.

Critique - cover the follow:
 -Introduction
- Development
 -Climax
 -Conclusion
 -Character development
 -Mid point development

Turnaround time is 3 weeks

Edits and Critiques will continue to be offered separately if a writer just wants one or the other.

Edits: $48.00 flat fee
- covers proper formatting, grammar, spelling, punctuation, sentence structure.

Turnaround time 2 weeks

Critique: $58.00 flat fee
-Introduction
- Development
 -Climax
 -Conclusion
 -Character development
 -Mid point development


Turnaround time 2 weeks
Query letter Service

I provide query letter writing service for scripts and books.

Query Letter: $28.00 flat fee

Turnaround time 2 weeks


Book Consulting Service

I only provide Critique service for fiction novels. Why fiction only? Because fiction is my strong point.

Critique: $87.00 flat fee

Turnaround time 3.5 weeks


I do not edit books. I only critique them. Editing books requires a lot of time consuming detail.

Payments are made by Paypal. If you do not have a Paypal account, payments may be made as cashier checks or money orders by postal mail.

If you are interested in my services, feel free to contact me at

ahicks4298@q.com or call at (360) 696 - 4298


I will be happy to work with you.
***********************************************

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Plagiarism and Copyright Laws

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Below are some articles about plagiarism and more. Check them out. Also check out my writing services at the bottom of the page.

What is Plagiarism? (And other Copyright Law FAQs)

Avoiding plagiarism is easy, but protecting yourself against it is a little more difficult. The key is to recognize the main types of plagiarism. Here are the four main types along with a FREE DOWNLOAD of basic copyright FAQs writers should know.
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How to Make Money Writing for the Web

There are thousands of online writing opportunities for freelancers, many of which pay well. Follow these best practices, and soon you'll be turning pixels into paychecks.
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The Elements of a Successful Book Trailer

The latest indie craze seems to be the book trailer. Here's what you need to consider when thinking about making one for your book.
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Hello everyone,
If you plan to enter your script in a screenplay contest and would like to have your script proofread or critique by a fresh pair of eyes, I am offering a discount on my  service: 

Edits: $43.00   Contest discount

Critiques: $53.00   Contest discount

Edit and Critique Combo: $ 65.00   Contest discount


****************************************************
 Not entering a contest but need help with your writing?         Try my services at regular prices.

                                                     Screenplay Service

Film Scripts ServiceEdit and Critique combos: $75.00 discount flat fee.

Edit - covers proper formatting, grammar, spelling, punctuation, sentence structure.

Critique - cover the follow:
 -Introduction
- Development
 -Climax
 -Conclusion
 -Character development
 -Mid point development

Turnaround time is 3 weeks

Edits and Critiques will continue to be offered separately if a writer just wants one or the other.

Edits: $48.00 flat fee
- covers proper formatting, grammar, spelling, punctuation, sentence structure.

Turnaround time 2 weeks

Critique: $58.00 flat fee
-Introduction
- Development
 -Climax
 -Conclusion
 -Character development
 -Mid point development


Turnaround time 2 weeks
Query letter Service

I provide query letter writing service for scripts and books.

Query Letter: $28.00 flat fee

Turnaround time 2 weeks


Book Consulting Service

I only provide Critique service for fiction novels. Why fiction only? Because fiction is my strong point.

Critique: $87.00 flat fee

Turnaround time 3.5 weeks


I do not edit books. I only critique them. Editing books requires a lot of time consuming detail.

Payments are made by Paypal. If you do not have a Paypal account, payments may be made as cashier checks or money orders by postal mail.

If you are interested in my services, feel free to contact me at

ahicks4298@q.com or call at (360) 696 - 4298


I will be happy to work with you.
***********************************************

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Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Literary Agent Mary Kole on: Writing Query Letters

Hello, readers,

Read this information by Literary agent Mary Kole on query letters:

How to Write the Perfect Query Letter

One of the easiest ways to learn what makes a good, standard query letter is simply to see an example of one that does its job well. If you write fiction or narrative nonfiction, a query letter is your first (and often, your only) chance to get an agent interested in reading (and, with hope, signing) your work. You should put just as much care and attention into crafting and polishing your query as you did into your manuscript. After all, if your pitch doesn't hit its mark, your book will never leave your desktop.

The main objective of a query is simple: Make the agent care enough about your protagonist and your plot that she wants to read more.

Following is a successful query for a middle-grade novel that led to me first requesting this full manuscript and later signing on to represent the author, Dianna Dorisi Winget. Her debut book, A Smidgen of Sky, went on to sell to Harcourt and hits shelves this fall.

No matter what you're writing-fantasy, thriller, sci-fi, romance-or whether you're writing for children or adults, there's a lot you can learn from this example about conveying characters clearly and getting an agent invested in your story in just one short page.

-by Mary Kole, literary agent
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Example of a Query Letter

Dear Ms. Kole,

[1] According to your agency's website you're actively seeking middle-grade fiction, so I'm pleased to introduce my novel, A Smidgen of Sky. [2] This novel won me a scholarship to attend the Highlights Foundation Writers Workshop at Chautauqua. It was also awarded honorable mention in the Smart Writers W.I.N. Competition.

[3] A Smidgen of Sky is the story of ten-year-old Piper Lee DeLuna, a spunky, impulsive dreamer, whose fierce devotion to her missing father is threatened by her mother's upcoming remarriage.

[4] Everyone else has long accepted her father's death, but the fact that his body was never recovered from his wrecked plane leads to Piper's dream that he might one day reappear and free her from the secret guilt she harbors over his accident. Her stubborn focus leaves no room in her affections for her mother's fiancĂ©, Ben, or his princess-like daughter, Ginger.

[5] Determined to stop the wedding, Piper Lee schemes up "Operation Finding Tina"-a sure plan to locate Ben's ex-wife and get the two of them back together. But just as Piper succeeds with step one of her plan, a riot breaks out at the prison where Ben works, and suddenly nothing seems sure.

[6] Since middle-graders care deeply about things and people and love to daydream about their future, I think readers will identify with Piper Lee and find her an appealing heroine as she learns that you can both cherish the past and embrace the future.

[7] This story, set in the coastal region of Georgia, runs about 33,000 words and is somewhat similar in tone to Kate DiCamillo's Because of Winn-Dixie.

[8] I'm a 1990 graduate of the Institute of Children's Literature and my work has been published in U*S* Kids, Child Life, Columbia Kids, True Love, Guide and StoryPlus.

Thanks very much for your time. I have included the first ten pages and look forward to hearing from you.

Truly yours,

Dianna Winget


For the agent notes/comments breaking down this query letter, click here.


Hello everyone,
If you plan to enter your script in a screenplay contest and would like to have your script proofread or critique by a fresh pair of eyes, I am offering a discount on my  service: 

Edits: $43.00   Contest discount

Critiques: $53.00   Contest discount

Edit and Critique Combo: $ 65.00   Contest discount


****************************************************
 Not entering a contest but need help with your writing?         Try my services at regular prices.

                                                     Screenplay Service

Film Scripts ServiceEdit and Critique combos: $75.00 discount flat fee.

Edit - covers proper formatting, grammar, spelling, punctuation, sentence structure.

Critique - cover the follow:
 -Introduction
- Development
 -Climax
 -Conclusion
 -Character development
 -Mid point development

Turnaround time is 3 weeks

Edits and Critiques will continue to be offered separately if a writer just wants one or the other.

Edits: $48.00 flat fee
- covers proper formatting, grammar, spelling, punctuation, sentence structure.

Turnaround time 2 weeks

Critique: $58.00 flat fee
-Introduction
- Development
 -Climax
 -Conclusion
 -Character development
 -Mid point development


Turnaround time 2 weeks

                                                               Query letter Service

I provide query letter writing service for scripts and books.

Query Letter: $28.00 flat fee

Turnaround time 2 weeks


                                                                Book Consulting Service

I only provide Critique service for fiction novels. Why fiction only? Because fiction is my strong point.

Critique: $87.00 flat fee

Turnaround time 3.5 weeks


I do not edit books. I only critique them. Editing books requires a lot of time consuming detail.


Payments are made by Paypal. If you do not have a Paypal account, payments may be made as cashier checks or money orders by postal mail.

If you are interested in my services, feel free to contact me at

ahicks4298@q.com or call at (360) 696 - 4298


I will be happy to work with you.
***********************************************

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Monday, July 22, 2013

Screenwriting Resources

Hello readers.

Following is a list script writing information and resources. Check them out.
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Behind the Lines with DR: The Might to Remain Silent, Part 1

Doug Richardson shares a tale of pitching executives with an overzealous director... silence is not always golden.
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Screenwriters World Conference West

Scribes from around the world unite at Screenwriters World, the annual destination for both professional and aspiring screenwriters to come together to discuss the craft, share ideas, and network with fellow creatives. If you're serious about your screenwriting career, this is an event that's not to be missed.
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Monday Morning Editor Picks: Organize Writing Projects

Editor of Script Magazine, Jeanne Veillette Bowerman, gives her advice on software to help you organize your writing projects.
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Balls of Steel: Script Consultants - Are They Worth It?

Are script consultants worth the money? Jeanne Veillette Bowerman shares her opinion on consultants and insights into a professional screenwriter's habits.
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Historical Storytelling: How to Master Your Craft for a Genre Audiences Love

Historical storytelling is the hot trend in entertainment right now. E.K. Prescott explores audiences' current affinity for history as a means of entertainment. There's still time to sign up for E.K. Prescott's upcoming July 24th webinar, History... The New 'IT' Genre, ON SALE until July 21st.
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The Secret to Pixar's Emotional Core

Karl Iglesias illustrates how the emotional core has led to Pixar's record successes in an upcoming webinar on July 22, 2013.
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Indievelopment: The Only Screenwriting Rule Guide You’ll Ever Need

With all the screenwriting rules out there, when is it okay to break them? Jeff Richards gives his insights on being a screenwriting rebel.
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Breaking & Entering: It’s Not Easy Being Green – Being a Screenwriting Amateur is Child’s Play

If your goal is to be seen as green, I can tell you how to write a screenplay that shouts “amateur!” from the very first page. So easy it's child's play!
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Why Spec Scripts Fail: No Backstory thru Subtext, PART 1

Script analyst Stewart Farquhar explains how to convey to a reader the WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN and WHY without presenting obvious details -- use subtext.
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Legitimacy Pending: The Traffic Is Not As Bad As They Say It Is – Breaking Into TV Writing

Writing partners Sarah Carbiener and Erica Rosbe share the value of moving to L.A. to launch their dream of TV writing.
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Improvising Screenplays: Arming Your Characters with a Strong Point of View

How does your character -- we're talking about the protagonist of your script now -- see and emotionally react to the world? Brett Wean explores a character's Point of View.
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Storytelling Strategies: Monsters University's Scary Character Arcs

Things get very complicated and a bit muddy for the undergrads at Monsters U. Paul Joseph Gulino examines the use of character arcs in 'Monsters University.'
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Get your dialogue crisp and clean with Screenwriters University!

There are three kinds of feelings when reading a script -- yes, no, and WOW! Your job as a screenwriter is to create that WOW! Take Writing Dialogue for Emotional Impact with best-selling author and screenwriter, Karl Iglesias, to find out how.
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Learn How to Write Dialogue that Pops with our FREE DownloadToday!

Get 5 tips for dialogue writing as well as a free download with advice from professional screenwriters!
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Specs & The City: Establishing Characters and 'Raiders of the Lost Ark'

Brad Johnson uses 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' as an example of how establishing characters upon first meeting them in a screenplay can expose volumes.
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Screenwriting Product Review: StoryO Software

Forris Day Jr reviews StoryO software and its usefulness for screenwriters not only in writing but in pitching their work.
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Hello everyone,
If you plan to enter your script in a screenplay contest and would like to have your script proofread or critique by a fresh pair of eyes, I am offering a discount on my  service: 

Edits: $43.00   Contest discount

Critiques: $53.00   Contest discount

Edit and Critique Combo: $ 65.00   Contest discount


****************************************************
 Not entering a contest but need help with your writing?         Try my services at regular prices.

Film Scripts ServiceEdit and Critique combos: $75.00 discount flat fee.

Edit - covers proper formatting, grammar, spelling, punctuation, sentence structure.

Critique - cover the follow:
 -Introduction
- Development
 -Climax
 -Conclusion
 -Character development
 -Mid point development

Turnaround time is 3 weeks

Edits and Critiques will continue to be offered separately if a writer just wants one or the other.

Edits: $48.00 flat fee
- covers proper formatting, grammar, spelling, punctuation, sentence structure.

Turnaround time 2 weeks

Critique: $58.00 flat fee
-Introduction
- Development
 -Climax
 -Conclusion
 -Character development
 -Mid point development

Turnaround time 2 weeks
Query letter Service

I provide query letter writing service for scripts and books.

Query Letter: $28.00 flat fee

Turnaround time 2 weeks
Book Consulting Service
I only provide Critique service for fiction novels. Why fiction only? Because fiction is my strong point.

Critique: $87.00 flat fee

Turnaround time 3.5 weeks


I do not edit books. I only critique them. Editing books requires a lot of time consuming detail.

Payments are made by Paypal. If you do not have a Paypal account, payments may be made as cashier checks or money orders by postal mail.

If you are interested in my services, feel free to contact me at

ahicks4298@q.com or call at (360) 696 - 4298


I will be happy to work with you.
***********************************************

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