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- Sell Your Screenplay, the e-book of 220+ Producers, Agents, and Managers Who Accept Unsolicited Queries from unknown writers
- The Best Movie and TV Script Analysts And Consultants (As Rated By Nearly 1,000 Screenwriters)
I'm the author of these two e-books for screenwriters. The fact that you're on the International Screenwriters' Association list means that you take the craft and business of screenwriting seriously.
So I want to offer you a special price on each of these two e-books:
Starting today (December 4, 2012), I'm putting reducing the price of these two e-books
for you for the next few days.
If you buy by the end of this week (Midnight Saturday, December 8), you'll save:
- $2 off Sell Your Screenplay, the Hollywood insider's directory of producers, agents, and managers who accept unsolicited queries from unknown writers (sale price $17.95 -- regular price $19.95) and
- $1 off The Best Script Analysts As Rated By Screenwriters
(sale price $10.95 -- regular price $11.95).
Both of these comprehensive, one-of-a-kind books are immediate-download e-books in PDF format. To learn about these two e-books, please read the information below. Click the links to buy and download.
Bill Donovan, Author
Sell Your Screenplay
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220* Producers, Agents And Managers
Who Accept Unsolicited Queries
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It is widely believed among writers that the entertainment industry is a
fortress with high walls and closed gates designed to deter unknown writers.
Actually, in many cases, the opposite is true. There are many producers,
agents, and managers who are actively seeking new screenplays,
TV reality shows, and character-based TV show ideas.
The real difficulty for writers (until now) was:
query from you.
What Is Sell Your Screenplay?
This E-book in PDF format is a directory of more than 220 producers, agents, and managers who accept unsolicited queries. It includes:
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Save Time Using THIS Directory:
In addition to those who do accept your query (or, in rare cases these days, script),
the directory includes:
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Sell Your Screenplay has just been updated. We've improved the "How To Write A Query Letter" section and several other sections of the e-book.
Free Winter-Sping 2013 Update If You Buy Now
Our researchers are busy researching the submissions policies of nearly 1,000 other producers, agents, and managers between now and midwinter 2012-2013. Buy now at this discount price, and you will receive the Winter-Spring 2013 updated version of the e-book with these new entries at no cost. We will email it to you when the update is published.
Others will pay the new full price ($19.95 or higher) for the updated version.
As we re-launch this improved directory, we are continuing our research on about 1,000 more producers, and about 100 agents and management companies for which we have not yet not found their submissions policies. Over the coming months, we will contact most of these organizations and ask them what their policies are. Spot-checking has led us to believe that we will add about 50 production companies and about another 50 agents and managers to the list through this additional research.
In other words, the best deal is to pay the low introductory price now.
--Bill Donovan, author
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Includes evaluating the basis elements of a script
Critiques also provide suggestions for improvements and enhancement.