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Professional co-writer - Novel

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Is there any one interested in co-writing Novel?

 

Requirement: Know how about Novel writing.

Language: English / German

Genre:  Crime Tragedy 

Theme: Blackmailing,

Backdrop: Refugee crisis in Germany 

Payment: I can't pay. We must sale to publishers. 

Current status  -   Synopsis + fully developed character 

Time required to complete: 6 months 

Details and Synopsis are available upon request.

 

 

Note: No Hobby writers plz. Only proffessional are prefered. Moreover, strong will is required.

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sorry for the late Reply. Long time i wasn't online. If you r still interested, better would be to excahnage email or phone number

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I have discovered that if I Google translate this post into Corsican and then Google translate that text back into English, the resulting text is actually better than the original post.

I think I am onto something here! This is the result:

 

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Is anyone interested in novel writing?


Disclaimer: Do you know how to write new?
Language: English / German
Genre: Crime Tragedy
Topic: Called,
Contrast: refugee crisis in Germany
Payment: You can not pay. We sell to publishers.
Current status - Synopsis + Character built
Time needed to complete: 6 months
Details and Synopsis are available upon request.

Note: No Hobby writers plz. Only professionals are preferred. In addition, a strong will is required.

 

 

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53 minutes ago, fraufruit said:

Don't professional writers write their own books?

 

I suspect the OP would be the copy writer / editor, there to make sure that grammar, spelling and style are impeccable.

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20 hours ago, Smaug said:

I have discovered that if I Google translate this post into Corsican and then Google translate that text back into English, the resulting text is actually better than the original post.

 

Quite honestly, you could have skipped the second step and left the text in Corsican and it would still be better than the original post, even for those of us who don't speak Corsican.

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57 minutes ago, Tim Hortons Man said:

You don't need to sell it to a publisher with kindle direct you can self publish for free.

 

you can find professional writers on fiverr.com

But  OP wants a professional writer-( fluent English/German) for free!

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tu'lu' vay' wa' Daj qaStaHvIS co-writing Novel?

requirement: chay' ghot tu'lu'. mej Novel ghItlh Sov.
Hol: tera' ghap german
genre: HeS Tragedy
theme: Blackmailing.
backdrop: Refugee crisis qaStaHvIS DoyIchlan
payment: pagh yIDIl jIH. DIlmeH publishers maH qaSnISbej.
Qu'mey potlh Dotlh-Synopsis fully Hach vuDmey'e' +
poH poQ naQ: 6 jar
details Synopsis 'ej lupoQ ghaH request.


note: bel writers hobby pagh. proffessional neH prefered. nep HoS vaj poQlu'.

 

(Klingon)

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Tip: write it in your native language first and then hire someone to do the translation after you have completed the novel.  Completing the novel is the hard part.  

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9 minutes ago, BradinBayern said:

Completing the novel is the hard part.  

That's what the "co-writer" is for, silly!

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I'm a professional writer but I specialise in vowels. As co-writer, you would be expected to provide the consonants.

 

Here's an example of my work in the thriller genre:

 

i  eu  oo ou o o ou a eoiia aa ue o i a u

 

And something a little more raunchy along the lines of "Fifty Shades of Grey" or "i ae o e"  as I like to call it..

 

o o o o eeeeee aaaaaa i i ou o e u i aaa aaa aaaaa oooooooooo

 

I also have a colleague who can provide punctuation, if necessary. She can also translate punctuation into other languages and we may be able to persuade her to provide capitalisation.

 

 

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43 minutes ago, clickety6 said:

I'm a professional writer but I specialise in vowels. As co-writer, you would be expected to provide the consonants.

 

Here's an example of my work in the thriller genre:

 

i  eu  oo ou o o ou a eoiia aa ue o i a u

 

And something a little more raunchy along the lines of "Fifty Shades of Grey" or "i ae o e"  as I like to call it..

 

o o o o eeeeee aaaaaa i i ou o e u i aaa aaa aaaaa oooooooooo

 

I also have a colleague who can provide punctuation, if necessary. She can also translate punctuation into other languages and we may be able to persuade her to provide capitalisation.

 

 

I can provide spaces and tab indents.  Here is an example of my work:

 

 

 

 

 

 

I can even do double spaces after a period, but I have to charge for that.  

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You have periods, Bradin Bayern? Shouldn´t you be on a transgender thread or whatever it´s called these days!:lol:

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