Who won my free script coverage?
What I love about contests like this one is that they remind me just how many people out there have scripts that they are super passionate about getting up on the stage. It’s pretty awesome.
And as you know, part of my mission and the reason for the blog and everything else that I do, including script coverage, is to help you get that script where it belongs . . . in front of people. And to make it a success.
It was trés hard to pick one winner for this one . . . but, we did . . . and that winner of the free script coverage is . . .
Laura and her collaborator she met on a beach that she thought was trying to hit on her!
Congratulations, Laura, and thanks for reminding us all that telling a story is a great way to get your point across (see this blog to learn more about this from one of the best story tellers on the planet). Email me and I’ll set you up.
If any of you are interested in using our script coverage service for your play or musical, check out the link here for information on how to submit. We guarantee our service. Our goal is to get your show better so it has a better chance of success. So if you don’t get constructive comments on your script, you’ll get your money back. Period. Yes, it costs money, but it’s pennies compared to what you could earn with a much better script.
Here’s to all of us improving our material!
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