Monthly Archives: December 2016

Do you need feedback on your project?

Hello everyone,

As a writer, you always need someone to proofread and criticize your work. If you want to improve your story, this ‘someone’ shouldn’t be a random friend or your neighbour. This person needs to be someone with experience in storytelling.

I have just finished a screenwriting workshop with Enrique Rentería, a well-known Mexican screenwriter and novelist. During the workshop we had to read everyone else’s stories in order to give them feedback. It was quite fun and interesting to get to know other people’s work, and I must say the advice they gave me was pretty useful.

That being said, if you need feedback on your project, let me know. I will do my best to help you. But before you send me your work, make sure to have it registered at INDAUTOR (for Mexican writers) or at Writers Guild of America. I won’t read it if it’s not registered.

I will only accept story lines, plot lines, treatments and outlines. Please don’t send me screenplays.

Fifty pence ($12 pesos mexicanos) will be charged per page and the feedback will be sent seven working days after submission date. If your project is less than 10 pages, this service will be free.

This opportunity is open to all Spanish and English-speaking writers.

If you’ve got any doubts or questions, feel free to e-mail me: alma88_rc@hotmail.com

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