DC Script Writing Consultancy
Have you ever used a Script Consultant?
Have you ever written a book only to realize that it needs refining - either partially or totally?
Have you ever tried to get a book published only to be told it needs substantial work before it can be considered?
Have you ever wanted helpful advice on the best options for publishing but not known where to turn?
Have you ever wondered where you can find an excellent ‘ghost writer’ (someone who will write your book for you)?
If you have, I empathize with you. Each of these scenarios can drain the enthusiasm and drive from even the most motivated writers
A ‘script doctor’ is a highly skilled consultant who has the ability to polish aspects of a script or rewrite an entire text. Originally used only in the context of films (in their pre-production stage), the term ‘script doctor’ is here applied to all kinds of scripts - text books, testimonies, biographies, short stories, manuals, books of Bible teaching or theology, novels, poetry, spirituality, etc.
Ian Doyle (founder of DC Script Writing) was educated at Deakin University in Geelong Victoria and received high distinctions in English Literature. He has been writing stories and poetry for over twenty years and has recently added film scripts and greeting cards to his repertoire. With a keen interest in books and writing literature Ian has decided to share his love of stories through the sale of e-books online.
Let DC Script Writing help to motivate you once again to achieve your goals...
Your script will be notated with suggestions. Typos and formatting mistakes will be highlighted.
The dialogue will be polished as needed. Extraneous scenes will be cut.
Suggestions for improvement (e.g., new scene ideas, enhanced characterizations, plot clarifications, etc.) . . . will be given as needed.
Your script will be notated per a red-ink edit.
An overall evaluation of the quality of the work will be offered in written form.
Companion notes will be returned with the screenplay (as required) -- when the script is mailed back to the writer.
Note that the doctoring quote does not include any phone or e-mail consultation.
Script consultations are offered in written form only.
If a phone or email consultation is requested, then the writer will be billed an extra fee.
evaluation fee -> $34
doctoring fee -> $200 to $350
Note: The screenplay's format density and story complexity are the parameters used in the calculation of the doctoring quote.
* The above fees apply to writers only.
* Studio rates are available upon request.
* No credit cards accepted.
Note: Your $34 evaluation fee is non- refundable
Your fee covers the cost to evaluate your screenplay for the editing process.
Your screenplay will be reviewed, and you will be quoted a doctoring fee -- which can range from $200 to $450 -- depending upon the amount of work needed to edit your script.
No screenplay will be reviewed without the advanced payment of the $34 fee.
Once your screenplay is evaluated -- you will be mailed a letter which quotes the required doctoring fee . . . which must be paid before the work will begin. If you decide not to pay the doctoring fee, you are under no obligation to do so.
Normally, you will receive a doctoring quote within 1 to 2 weeks.
This doctoring quote will include a time estimate -- as to how long the editing work will take.
In most cases the turnaround time will be from 2 to 3 weeks upon receipt of the doctoring fee.
There are no refunds once the doctoring fee is paid and the editing has begun.
* SUBMITTAL PROCESS ->
You can submit a full-length theatrical feature-film screenplay or a 2-hour MOW. 80 to 120 pages. (No TV-show specs.)You must include a self-addressed stamped envelope (SASE) with your screenplay. No material will be returned without an SASE.
You must read the "Evaluation Agreement" -- print each page . . . then fill out the complete "evaluation agreement" and submit the agreement with your screenplay.
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