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Script Doctor Eric

As you may have noticed, there has been little activity from me, Script Doctor Eric in a while. Except on Twitter, where I use my smartphone to tweet as @ScriptDrEric

Apologies for radio silence.  I’ve actually landed a full-time job and have full-time things going on in my personal life.  (For way-too-much personal information, hear more about it on a recent episode of Scriptcast – A Screenwriting Podcast  – Episode 56 – Updates

Unfortunately, this means taking a hiatus from giving screenplay notes.

But, if you need feedback on your screenplay, don’t despair!  Instead of leaving screenwriting without any support, I’ve recruited the best screenwriter I know – Joey.

Script Doctor Joey (also known as TV Consultant Joey) writes television and feature scripts.  In fact, she’s currently working with a producer and manager to package one of her features.  Exciting stuff!

Joey has been giving coverage, notes, and analysis on scripts in the entertainment industry for over a decade.  She’s worked for producers, TV shows, actors, etc.

In fact, I get notes on all my feature screenplays from Joey BEFORE I send them to anyone else.  Seriously.  She’s really, really good.

Really.  Really good.  You guys are lucky.

If Joey didn’t have the time to give notes on feature scripts right now, this post would just be about how I’m taking a hiatus from reading scripts.

But, because she is available I know I am leaving you in good hands.

Because if you want help – serious help – on your screenplay, there is no one better than Joey.

So if you’re a new screenwriter or a screenwriter who just finished a new screenplay, just go to the Screenwriting Services Page and order Joey’s service.  I’ve taken my services off of there, as you’ll see – it’s just Joey now.

Which I trust will be fine.  In fact, pretty soon you might just be asking: “Script Doctor Eri-who?”

Seriously.  Best of luck to you all.  And…



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