Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Resume & Cover Letter Service : Affordable Prices!


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Resumes : $25.00 (  flat fee) Using the information you provide, I will compose a professional resume and cover letter that will distinguish your skills from the rest. I can compose a resume for any profession.

Cover Letters / Business Letters : $20.00 (flat fee) Cover letters are meant to accompany resumes to personalize the applicant. In the cover letter the applicant expresses way he / she is interested in the particular business he / she is applying to work at. So cover letters are might to be individualized for each employer. However, I can write a form letter which would give the general info you would want all employers to know, and in the form letter leave blanks for what you want to say to a particular employer.

I've been getting special requests and doing resumes and cover letters. So I decided to go ahead and offer this as a regular part of my service. This great service comes with an affordable price.

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Good News ! I am now offering writing service for 

Resumes : $25.00 (  flat fee) Using the information you provide, I will compose a professional resume and cover letter that will distinguish your skills from the rest. I can compose a resume for any profession.

Cover Letters / Business Letters : $20.00 (flat fee) Cover letters are meant to accompany resumes to personalize the applicant. In the cover letter the applicant expresses way he / she is interested in the particular business he / she is applying to work at. So cover letters are might to be individualized for each employer. However, I can write a form letter which would give the general info you would want all employers to know, and in the form letter leave blanks for what you want to say to a particular employer.

I've been getting special requests and doing resumes and cover letters. So I decided to go ahead and offer this as a regular part of my service. This great service comes with an affordable price.

If you are interested in my services feel free to contact me at
ahicks4298@q.com

Phone: (360) 696-4298 /or Cell Phone: (360) 566-5641

If you need help with your book or script/screenplay, feel free to try my services.

Coverage for Scripts/Screenplays: $50.00 

Edits / Proofread for Short Stories: $30.00

Treatments : $ 48.00 (2 - 3 pages; for scripts)

Edits/Proofread:  $48.00  (proofread for scripts)

Critique :  $58.00 ( for scripts)

Query Letters :  $28.00 (scripts/books): 

Synopsis :  $38.00 (script/books): 

Edits/ Proofread for Books:  $85.00

Critiques for Books:  $100.00
( 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.)


If you are interested in my services feel free to contact me at
ahicks4298@q.com

Phone: (360) 696-4298 /or Cell Phone: (360) 566-5641
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Monday, July 18, 2016

Good Morning!

Hello, readers!

I don't have anything special to say today. All is well. The weather is fare. Everything is quit so far.




I purchased some books to read, all mystery. They're on the best seller list. I want a idea of want readers are craving. I have a lot of reading to do.

Saturday, July 16, 2016

New Agents Seeking Writers

Here is a list of New Literary Agent you can query:


New Literary Agent Alert: Sarah Manning of United Talent Agency

New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Sarah Manning of United Talent Agency) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.

Sarah's Currently Seeking: She is looking to actively build her list and represents both fiction and non-fiction. Sarah's taste is varied and she enjoys crime, thrillers, historical fiction, commercial women's fiction, accessible literary fiction, fantasy and YA. She likes big ideas that look at events or characters from new perspectives.

Here's how to pitch Sarah ...



1. Marya Spence of Janklow & Nesbit

She is seeking: Marya represents a diverse range in fiction and nonfiction, including, but not limited to, literary novels and collections, upmarket commercial fiction, cultural criticism and voice-driven essays, narrative journalism with a humorous or critical edge, and pop culture.

2. Sarah Manning of United Talent Agency

She is seeking: She is looking to actively build her list and represents both fiction and non-fiction. Sarah's taste is varied and she enjoys crime, thrillers, historical fiction, commercial women's fiction, accessible literary fiction, fantasy and YA. She likes big ideas that look at events or characters from new perspectives.
7 Literary Agents Seeking Thrillers NOW

Sometimes it's difficult to pinpoint which agents are open to submissions at any given time. So with that in mind, I'm creating some new vertical lists of agents seeking queries right now, as of summer 2016. This list is for thrillers. All the agents listed below personally confirmed to me as of July 2016 that they are actively seeking historical romance submissions NOW. Some gave personal notes about their tastes while some did not. Good luck querying! 

1. Carrie Pestritto (Prospect Agency)

Notes: "I am looking for thrillers, but am looking for more high-concept thrillers aimed at a female audience rather than police procedurals, etc."

How to Submit: Upload submission through online submissions page. Do not query by mail or email. Include a synopsis and query letter with your email and contact information at the beginning of the manuscript body (3 chapters or first 30 pages).

2. Bernadette Baker Baughman (Victoria Sanders & Associates)

How to Submit : Send a query letter with the first three chapters (or about 25 pages) pasted into the body of the message to queriesvsa [@] gmail.com. Only accepts queries via e-mail. Query letters should describe the project and the author in the body of a single, one-page e-mail that does not contain any attached files.

See the entire list online here.

Books Wanted by Publishers and Agents

Hello, readers.

Happy Summer!

I've been so busy. I've been working on scripts for clients and working on my own material.

People have been asking me what  can they write to get agents' attention. Well, I'll tell you what agents have told me. In querying my own book, I have been told that the writing quality is good but the story, or subject matter, although it is unique, is not what publishers are looking for. Publishers want mysteries and thrillers for the adult and young adult market. I have been told to apply my quality writing to form a mystery or thriller.

Several agents told me not to be too unique. I was told to read the bestsellers in mysteries and thrillers, look at the story content and create a similar story slightly different with different situations and a different twist. To every agent I communicate with I say, "isn't that plagiarism?" They say no. One agent explained it this away. "Think of  an airplane, you have Airbus and you have Boeing. It's like an apple tree. You have granny smith and you have fuji. It's like the ice cream flavor butter pecan, you have Ben and Jerry's butter pecan and Walmart's Great Value butter pecan. The things are the same but there is a unique difference.

So when applying this concept to writing. a writer can create a story that is well formed and written and completely different from what is on the market. In the market, readers of all ages are craving mysteries and thrillers. This is what's bringing in the money. The best sellers are similar yet there is a unique difference, like granny smith and fuji are both apples, but they taste different. This is the fine line that separates your story idea from plagiarism."

Another agent told me that books that are too unique have low sells. The public craves the fad.

I hope this explanation helps everyone. It certainly helped me. Remember. Don't be too unique. Follow the market fads.


Thursday, April 7, 2016

Writer's Resource

Hello everyone!

Happy Spring!

following is some info from an email i got from Writer's Digest. Click and be informed.


See the special report that's life-changing for struggling writers ... 

Wondering how - and when - your writing will start to pay off?

It's time to focus on where writers just like you can earn top dollar for their skills. And, this exclusive special report will show you not just one but NINE ways to turn your words into consistent, lucrative income.
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Dana Elmendorf
6 Hard Truths Every Writer Should Accept
From a person who never dreamed of writing a book to published author, I've learned some things along the way. There are a few hard truths I feel every writer should accept. The sooner you accept them, the sooner you'll stop obsessing about them and the sooner you can do the work to get yourself published. Yes, there are exceptions along the way; examples of authors who have defied the odds and made publishing look easy. This isn't for them. It's for you. Here's a little tough love.

Knowing these will help you be a better writer ... 


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Amazon Keywords Guide:

Learn the easy way to harness the power of search terms to help readers find ­ and buy ­ your eBook with BookBaby's Amazon Keywords guide.

Download your free guide. 
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Lee Eisenberg
What Every Writer Needs to Know about Keeping a Personal Diary
I'd never thought much about diaries until I was well into researching my latest book: The Point Is: Making Sense of Birth, Death, and Everything in Between. The book's about how each of us, beginning a young age, begins collecting memories. And how, as if by magic, we build a story out of them-the story of our life, the narrative we carry in our heads. Just like a written story, it's got a beginning, a middle, and eventually an end. Some chapters are happy, others we'd delete if we could. There are any number of turning points along the way.

Here's what you can learn from keeping a journal ... 




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Lori Galvin
New Literary Agent Alert: Lori Galvin of Zachary Shuster Harmsworth 
New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Lori Galvin of Zachary Shuster Harmsworth) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.

Lori is seeking writers who write ... 

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Jane K. Cleland
How to Use Surprise to Build Suspense
In 1962, Alfred Hitchcock and Francois Truffaut discussed their work during a marathon lasting fifty hours over five days. The two great directors and their French/English interpreter barely paused for meals. It was during this conversation that Hitchcock gave his famous surprise versus suspense example-the bomb planted in the café. He used this example to demonstrate that contrary to popular belief, suspense is far more engaging than surprise.

The difference between surprise and suspense is ... 

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Self-Publishing Competition
WD's 24st Annual Self-Published Book Awards - Deadline May 2
Whether you're a professional writer, a part-time freelancer or a self-starting student, here's your chance to enter the premier self-published competition exclusively for self-published books. Writer's Digest hosts the 24th annual self-published competition-the Annual Self-Published Book Awards. This self-published competition, co-sponsored by Book Marketing Works, LLC spotlights today's self-published works and honors self-published authors. Early bird pricing ends Friday, April 1.

Enter now for a chance to win ... 

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Kurt Dinan
How to Write for Teens Without Sounding Like an Adult Writing for Teens 
Ask any agent and they'll tell you the trick to nailing young adult writing is in the voice. And even though I spend my workdays with teens, I heard it countless times when I was looking for representation for my failed first YA novel. So when I finally buried that novel for good and moved on to what became DON'T GET CAUGHT, I was determined to make sure the voice was right. It took more than eight drafts and constant revisions, but ultimately I signed with an agent who sold the book in a little over a month. The trick, I've found, is first to get yourself back to thinking like a teenager again, and once there, writing your novel as a teenager would. 

Here are 10 practical tips on how to do just that ... 

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Your Weekly Writing Prompt
Dear Me: Opening up your lunch box, you expect to find your normal mixture of baby carrots, a slightly-mushed sandwich and a clementine. But today's different. Instead of the food you swore you had packed that morning, there's a mysterious note signed by-yourself? What does it say, and why can't you remember writing it? Perhaps most important, what will you eat for lunch?

Post your response (500 words or fewer) in the comments below. 

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Services and Fees



If you need help with your book or script/screenplay, feel free to try my services.

Coverage for Scripts/Screenplays: $50.00 

Edits / Proofread for Short Stories: $30.00

Treatments : $ 48.00 (2 - 3 pages; for scripts)

Edits/Proofread:  $48.00  (proofread for scripts)

Critique :  $58.00 ( for scripts)

Query Letters :  $28.00 (scripts/books): 

Synopsis :  $38.00 (script/books): 

Edits/ Proofread for Books:  $85.00

Critiques for Books:  $100.00
( 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.)


If you are interested in my services feel free to contact me at
ahicks4298@q.com

Phone: (360) 696-4298
There's nothing like a good deal.



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