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  • £500
    (approx. $840)
Nick C.Amanda T.Simon O.Linda I.Chico K. + 7 others have already sent a proposal.
Nick C.
Proofreading/Web content /SEO/ Article writing/Blog writer/ Copywriter/ Ghost Writing
Top EndorsedPPH Ambassador
United Kingdom Sittingbourne
Amanda T.
Video Script Writer/Editor, journalist, writer, health writer/editor, blogger, tutor and mentor.
PPH AmbassadorTop Endorsed
United Kingdom Cirencester
Simon O.
Writer/Researcher - Below are the four latest international publications of mine
France Rouvres-les-Bois
Linda I.
Writer, Editor, NLP Trainer, Business coach and lifecoach, Ghost writing,Ghostwriter, Screenwriter, Fundraiser, Tenders and Bids
United Kingdom Saltburn-by-the-Sea
Chico K.
Designer, Writer, Illustrator
United Kingdom Ruislip
Holly R.
Copy Writer
United Kingdom Bristol
Cheryl R.
Freelance writer
United Kingdom Bristol
Lisa E.
Experienced literary consultant and editor
United Kingdom Glasgow
Maddie Y.
Writer, Journalist, Copy Editor
United Kingdom Bristol
Elvira M.
Writer / Editor / Translator
United Kingdom Liverpool
Rupert B.
Writer and video editor
United Kingdom Watford
Smita R.
Writer, Mentor, Trainer, Psychotherapist
United Kingdom Milton Keynes
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Description

I have a fantasy drama novel nearing completion. It is mainly first person narrative, but three third person narritive stories which continue throughout the course of the book. Culminating in a (to be continued) ending. My problem is pace, substance and most of all, setting of these three within the main story. The three subplots have to be integrated at such a point within the main story as to have an impact.
Note : Very graphic in it\'s depiction and could be controversial in it\'s subject matter. Regards David

Clarification Board

  • Nick B.

    Hi David,

    From what I've seen of your manuscript, there is a lot of work needed to bring this up to scratch, just from layout alone.

    With regards the rest, I agree with Laurence in that before anyone can really bid, they need to know what they need to be doing.

    Some clarification would be appreciated.

    Many thanks

    Nick

  • Laurence F.

    Hi David,

    There are several problems with your job request. First, I\'m not sure what you\'d want a writer to do with your manuscript. Are you after a ghost writer or someone to advise you and edit what you\'ve done? Who is your target audience? Do you have a publisher/agent in mind? What\'s the timescale involved? The other problem is the fee you are offering. £100 might get you a day\'s work from a writer. Can you clarify your request before I consider bidding?

    Many thanks

    Laurence