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Marketing Consultation

Wondering if your manuscript is saleable? Don't know who your target market is? Let someone who knows the traditional and electronic publishing market take a look at your work and advise you which direction to go.

Besides a one page targeted marketing outline, you will receive five markets where you can submit the manuscript. (Disclaimer: Consultant can not guarantee suggested markets will purchase manuscript.)

Visit the "Store" and click on "Services" (the left hand menu) to check prices and see how to submit manuscript.

Manuscript Critique

Need somebody to look over your manuscript and catch all those typos, grammatical errors, weak characters, plot holes, shallow areas, ineffective themes, and author intruded paragraphs? Maybe you're just wondering if your writing is ready to mail to an editor?

Let Deborah, who has been writing and publishing for 20 years, give your manuscript a thorough critique. To see what her clients are saying, check out Deborah's "Testimonial" page.

For a free bid, send the first ten (10) pages (double-spaced) of your manuscript as a MSWord attachment to [email protected] . In your email, tell Deborah what manuscript's targeted market is (romance, mystery, western, horror, non-fiction), how many pages and word count, how long you have been writing, and a little about your writing experience. In email Subject line, type BID.

Non-fiction Book Proposal Writing

Do you have a non-fiction book, but editors keep telling you to write a proposal and then send it to them? Don't know what goes in to a proposal? Does the thought of doing marekting analysis, writing the overview, and coming up with an outline make you want to forget about the whole thing? Maybe you are a professional and don't have time to write a proposal.

Let Deborah, who has written proposals for years, write yours.

If you have questions about the process, email [email protected].

Visit the "Store" to order service.

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Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world. Albert Einstein

Deborah Bouziden
8416 Huckleberry
Edmond, OK 73034

[email protected]

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