Author Topic: Hello, anyone interested in reading my script? I will only send you 25 pgs  (Read 8028 times)

Offline ADaniel2013

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Hello, I've been looking for some people to review my script I'm working on and be honest about what you think about it, please leave a comment below if you are interested in reading Dream Flight.

Offline Alice, a Country Gal

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Hello ADaniel, you'll find you may get more taker after member get to know you a bit.

Please, check this out.

You’ll find our members are great at helping one another, but it helps if you read and follow the guidelines first.
Please take the time to visit the Welcome Board and introduce yourself.

Welcome Board:
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Forum Guidelines:
http://www.mywriterscircle.com/index.php?topic=7415.0

Also, you will find Guidelines posted for a number of our boards, especially the prose and poetry boards. They are on the left hand menu when you open the board, generally named something like Read This First and stuck near the top with a Blue Stick Pin.

Please read and follow them.

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Offline purplpepl

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Hello ADaniel2013. I'd be willing to read over your script. Can you give me a little bit of a heads up on what it's about? PM (personal message) me. And if you're interested I have a script I'd like to have your opinion on as well, if you're interested.

Wendy


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