Every once in a while, now that I’m semi-retired from turning out fiction on a production line, I will take a few manuscripts and give advice on how to make good writing better. I do this kind of work for Writer’s Digest University, but every so often I solicit business on my own. I’m willing to look at your fiction, whatever the length or genre, and give you a professional evaluation, estimating its chances in the market, whether submitted to a traditional publisher or self-published. I point out major problems, if any, and do some line editing, but my job will be primarily that of a writing trainer, analogous to hiring someone to show you the finer points of working out at your gym. My approach will be informal, friendly, and helpful. I don’t tear manuscripts apart and leave them in heaps of scrap. I help writers improve their work from the standpoint of selling it. So get in touch through this web site or firstname.lastname@example.org. I also have a Facebook page. You’ve always wanted to finish that novel and get it out. This is your chance to have a seasoned professional help you to do it. I wish I had this kind of help when I was starting out, but the world was much different then. No computers, no Internet, no Facebook, no texting…it was hard to get in touch with anyone, let alone an established writer. Hopeful writers have an advantage today. The sand is falling through the hourglass. Get that novel done now…or never.
The Writing Trainer
Sep 26th, 12 / 2 Comments /