Award Winning Novelist Johnny Ray To Edit Five Aspring Writer's Manuscripts
How does one break into writing? Most people who know will tell you one thing above all else--you have to have a great story! The problem is simple, however, in that it takes someone special to give you feedback, to coach you, and lead you forward.
By: Novelist Johnny Ray
April 30, 2014 - PRLog -- Award winning novelist Johnny Ray is paying forward his knowledge of writing so that five aspiring writers will have a good chance in making their dream come true. While there are definitely no guarantees for most writers this is still the best hope they will ever receive. Johnny Ray will select five writer's work for editing and critiquing. The details are on his blog page here http://sirjohnnyray.blogspot.com/
There are many editing services out in the market place, but only a few that give the personal attention to the story that a working writer will provide. A story analysis will often mean a full re-write, which is something any major writer will tell you that writers need to expect if they use any major house.
Johnny will also address any line editing problems that need to be currently addressed, but a full line edit is never needed until the story is properly put together. It takes about a week to fully edit a story and this is why Johnny Ray can only do a limited number of these. He has many obligations on his own writing commitments.
Johnny Ray loves talking on radio shows and making TV appearances. He has a fully equipped studio in his office and he can connect with anyone worldwide. With many people wanting to write a novel the incoming calls can be massive. Johnny Ray can be contacted by e-mail at sirjohnnyray@
Johnny Ray won the Royal Palm Literary Award for best thriller and has written 23 novels, many of which have become international best sellers. He is the most followed novelist in America with over 200,000 followers just on twitter alone. More information about him and his social connections can be located on his blog www.sirjohn.us
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