We all know how difficult writing a first draft can be, twice as hard when your inner critic questions every decision, every word. Have it removed for one first-draft at this low, low price (subsequent removal fees can be negotiated depending on difficulty of task, disposition of inner critic).
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Historical or contemporary, facts need to be checked. Time you could be using for editing or working on a sequel. Let our experts do it for you and get the first one free.
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These are just some of the Writer’s Coupons available. Please call for information on our other New Year discounts including:
Sex Scenes Dissected
Finding Your Voice
Point of View – His, Hers, Mine, Yours
*The Prairie Chicks are not responsible for the usefulness or content of any offers presented here. We are not nor ever will be affiliated with Tongue-in-Cheek productions, sole distributors of Writer’s Coupons.
So, People of Blogland, which coupon would you most likely use right now? Do you try to remember all the rules of writing a novel? Will all the coupons come in handy this year? Which coupon did I miss? I hope whatever stage of writing you find yourself in, there’s a coupon (writer friend) who can assist, suggest, critique your work – but remember, it is your work (don’t let anyone change what feels right to you).
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