BlueCat Advice Video: Finding A Writing Partner

In this BlueCat Advice Video, Gordy Hoffman answers the following question:

“I want to see my vision on screen, but do not want to be a screenwriter. How do I find a writing partner?”

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2 Responses to “BlueCat Advice Video: Finding A Writing Partner”

  1. Jordan Speed Says:

    June 26th, 2014 at 7:47 pm

    This was a great article to view. I went down the path of finding a ghostwriter and he was a great one. They’re relatively cheap depending on your stance of income. I found a guy that was already on IMDB for a couple movies and he cost me $800. He based everything off of my treatment and the project was completed in 2 months. He gave great input, suggested many new ideas, and had a great sense of dialogue.

  2. roxanne baker Says:

    December 23rd, 2014 at 8:56 am

    I’d be willing ot communicate with the person who wanted a ghost writer. I love to write and have my own ideas, but I do need more of a writing community and this task would be a great addition to my spare arts community.

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