Monday, March 30, 2015

Need You Book Proofread For An Affordable Cost?

Dear Readers,

Yes. I do proofread books. People have been asking me this. This service is listed on my blog site along with my services for script writers. Below are my fees and services for books:

Query Letters :  $28.00 (scripts/books): 

Synopsis :  $38.00 (script/books): 

Edits/ Proofread for Books:  $90.00

Critiques for Books:  $125.00

( If you are not able to pay in full, the payment for any service can be made on installment - divided in half. If you would like to use my service, let me know whether you need  to pay on installment or can pay in full. I am willing to be flexible.)

All payments are received by Paypal. If you cannot make Paypal payments you may mail payments in the form of cashier checks or money orders. NO personal checks

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

Phone: (360) 696-4298
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2015 Writer's Digest Self-Published Book Awards

Dear Readers,


Lately I've been getting question about self-publishing. Many of you have written books and decided to go the self-publish route after being rejected by agents. Below is a listing for a self -publishing contest put on by WRITERS DIGEST. Check it out if your interested. They're giving some great prizes.

Earn your self-published book the recognition
it deserves—plus a free webinar!

Writer’s Digest is proud to present the 23rd Annual Self-Published Book Awards, the premier competition for self-published authors!

All entrants receive free access to a special 60-minute live webinar (a $79 value) presented by Tim Grahl, author ofYour First 1000 Copies: The Step-by-Step Guide to Marketing Your Book. A brief commentary from a judge is also included with each entry.
Entrants also have the chance to win these incredible prizes:

  • $8,000 in cash
  • A feature article about you and your book for the March/April 2016 issue ofWriter's Digest
  • A trip to the Writer’s Digest Annual Conference
  • A press release from Writer's Digest, to be sent, along with a copy of your book, to 10 different major publishing review houses
  • A guaranteed review in Midwest Book Review, courtesy of Brian Jud & Book Marketing Works, LLC.
  • And much, much more. Too much to even list here, trust us. 
    Explore all the prizes!
Writers from all genres are welcome to vie for this extraordinary prize, including writers of life stories, fiction, non-fiction, inspirational, children’s and poetry, to name just a few. See the full list of categories here.

Don’t let your book slip through the cracks. This competition is the chance to get your book into the hands of people who can help raise your book’s profile and increase your sales. Grab this opportunity, and register today!