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Script Doctor Eric

For some reason, I’ve been getting this question a lot recently:

How much will you charge to read my script?*

The short answer is…nothing!

The long answer is, it’s usually around $100, but I’m not reading scripts right now due to my involvement in a larger project

Sorry for teasing you with the short answer.

The good news is, I can finally see the light at the end of this project’s tunnel – a tunnel that was WAY longer than it appeared to be when I entered it.

But!  It looks like I’ll be back in September.  And the plan is to return with fanfare (and discounts!).

Keep checking back to scriptdoctoreric.com for updates.

Thanks for asking, and…

Onward!

-Eric

I actually answer this question in my Screenwriting Services post, but with this recent array of emails it seems some folks might be skipping that page and just emailing me for help.  While that is awesome (thanks so much for thinking of me!) it is also a bit frustrating, as I keep replying pretty much the same way, and having to disappoint eager screenwriters looking for help. Thus, this post! :)

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